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ElectraHealth Low Radiation-Reduced RF Emission WiFi Router R7
This WiFi Router has a significantly reduced radio frequency output, up to 97-99%, yet most people report coverage is adequate. (That tells you most routers are overpowered in terms of the strength of the radio frequency signal.) We always advocate being hardwired with an Ethernet cable for your computer needs, but when your situation requires a router with WiFi to be present in the home, this is the model to use. To order, click here.
Designed to pulse much less often than regular WiFi routers, and with a signal strength significantly cut back, this router will provide WiFi without saturating your room in unhealthy radio frequency EMF levels. Provides a much safer environment than shielding, which leaves RF levels that are still dangerously high (because the typical router WiFi signal strength is so strong to begin with). This model has a WiFi on/off switch, allowing you to turn WiFi off completely. See the page on ElectraHealth.com with charts comparing RF signal strength readings between a typical WiFi router and the ElectraHealth Low Radiation Router R7.
The power cord on this surge protector power strip is shielded from the wall to the outlets on the surge protector. When you flip off the on/off switch, you kill power (voltage) to any cords that are plugged in, thereby eliminating electric fields from all cords plugged in at once. The surge protector’s power cord to the wall, however, is shielded so it never emits an electric field. You can leave that plugged in and you will have no electric fields from the surge protector itself when you flip off the switch. To order, click here.
Comes in 8, 16, 30 and 60 foot lengths. To order, click here.
The shielded extension cord allows you to shut off the breaker for a plastic-jacketed Romex circuit within six to eight feet of any part of your body where you sit or stand in the day and evening time when you need power. This eliminates unhealthy AC electric field levels. Then, plug this extension cord into an outlet that is powered by a different circuit that is still on (beyond the six to eight foot safe zone around your body) and bring it into your safe space.
You can then plug a lamp into it that is itself rewired with shielded MuCord (see below). (Or, order a piece of MuCord to rewire the lamp that is long enough to reach the distant outlet that is still on and avoid using the shielded extension cord). If you use this shielded extension cord for anything else, be sure that whatever you plug into it is kept as far as possible from any part of your body, preferably beyond six to eight feet. If not, the cord on the appliance itself and the 120 Volt wire inside the appliance will emit an electric field.
Use with your computer monitor, computer tower (central processing unit, or CPU), printer and any other device that matches with the three-slit socket at the end of this cord. (Some monitors, computers and printers will not accept this cord.) Shields AC electric fields.
The USB grounding adapter allows you to ground a PC or Mac laptop through a USB port without losing that port for USB connections. To order, click here.
Use this adapter to keep AC electric field EMFs low and safe when using your PC laptop with a power cord that has an ungrounded two-pronged plug on it, or your Mac laptop has the adapter on the transformer with the two blades that swing out to plug into a surge protector or the wall outlet but no ground prong is present. (Click here to order a Mac grounded AC laptop cord.) If your MacBook has no USB port, this adapter will not help you. In that case, use the Mac grounded AC laptop cord just linked to.
You can also use this USB grounding adaptor when your laptop is on battery but you have an ungrounded Ethernet cable plugged in so it is hardwired to avoid WiFi. (See below for an Ethernet Grounding Adapter Kit to ground the Ethernet cable itself.) This adapter will also help when you use the Ethernet grounding adapter kit listed below but the laptop’s Ethernet port is not surrounded by metal for grounding.
You can always verify that proper grounding has taken place by using a Body Voltage Meter from LessEMF. Set the meter up according to directions and then touch the laptop’s metal surface with the fingers of your free hand (not holding the body voltage kit’s metal handle) to see if the reading goes down, or at least stays the same, on the meter. If it goes up, your laptop is not grounded. To troubleshoot, unplug the USB plug of the grounded adapter and touch it. The reading should go down. If not, the outlet’s ground may not work or it may be loose. Test with an Outlet / Receptacle Tester.
The Ethernet grounding adapter kit helps keep AC electric field EMFs low when you plug an Ethernet cable into your laptop to connect to the Internet with the laptop in Airplane mode (WiFi and Bluetooth disabled on a Mac). The problem with doing that is the Ethernet cable brings in a high level of AC electric field exposure to the device you are putting your hands on to. This is because the Ethernet cable is plugged into a router, Network Adapter, or data switch/Ethernet hub that is itself powered by a two-pronged, ungrounded plug. To order, click here.
You in effect solve one type of EMF, that is, radio frequencies (RF), by shutting off the WiFi and using an Ethernet cable, but you create a second type of EMF, that is, electric fields, when using an Ethernet cable that is ungrounded and plugged into a laptop that is on battery (and therefore not grounded through an AC power cord with a three-pronged plug). This makes you tired when you use your laptop for extended periods of time. This can also happen when you use the hardwired workaround for iPhones and iPads.
The solution is to use this Ethernet grounding kit along with a shielded, grounded Ethernet cable. This is a simple way to ground an Ethernet cable without having to use your grounded AC power cord to ground your laptop or having to attach a USB-to-Ground adapter to the USB port on the back of your router (although, that is still probably a good idea).
The Ethernet grounding adapter kit comes with a short, 5-inch shielded, grounded Ethernet cable. Plug one end of that into the router, Ethernet hub/switch, or data port at the wall. Plug the other end of the short Ethernet cable into the female-to-female Ethernet coupler of the Ethernet grounding adapter kit. Plug the plug on the end of the green ground wire into a nearby electrical outlet that you verify is properly grounded. Then plug your long Ethernet cable into the other end of the Ethernet coupler. This long Ethernet cable needs to be shielded and grounded. Click here for a large selection of shielded, grounded Cat 6 and 7 Ethernet cables. One suggested choice is the item below, where you can choose from among many different lengths for a shielded, grounded Cat 6 Ethernet cable. This particular link brings up a 50 foot cable, but scroll down to “Size” to choose the length you want:
A 7-foot Cat 7 shielded, grounded Ethernet cable is available here:
A 25-foot Cat 7 shielded, grounded Ethernet cable is available here:
Here is a link to order a Grounded Cat7 Ethernet cable in various lengths. Some come in 2 packs. Click here and choose your length.
By using this Ethernet grounding adapter kit, you could be on battery when using an Ethernet cord plugged into your laptop and therefore be tethered by only one cord, the Ethernet cable, which can be as long as you like. Make sure the ground at your outlet or surge protector is good, verified by an Outlet/Receptacle Tester.
See the Amazon Order Codes page for various adapters to connect Ethernet cables to thinner MacBooks and MicroSoft Surface laptops that don’t have an Ethernet port.
Of course, if you connect your AC power cord to your laptop while you use it, and that AC power cord is properly grounded, you won’t need this grounding adapter kit. Also, if you have a somewhat older MacBook that still has a USB port, you could also use a USB Ground Cord from LessEMF instead of the Ethernet grounding adapter kit. The kit can be used in any application, but it is the only option when you have the newest MacBook with only USB-C adapters. See Safer Use of Computers and scroll to the Radio Frequency EMF section for more details.
Electrahealth sells several models of RF bed canopies made by Swiss Shield, including Naturell and Daylight. This also includes the Conductive Swiss Shield Naturell Ultra. Electrahealth sells all their canopies using the decorative premium style, meaning a larger frame is used to suspend the canopy from above, giving more head room and less of a claustrophobic feeling with narrower models using a mosquito net type of structure. Daylite blocks RF up to 24 dB (99.6%) and Naturell, including Ultra, blocks RF up to 40 dB (99.99%) — in laboratory testing. Use a floor mat when a living space is below the bedroom. See the selection of RF bed canopies from Electrahealth by clicking here.
To specifically link to the Conductive Naturell Ultra canopy, click here.