Smart Meter Guard
There is no assembly required and only needs a screw driver to install and mount on the smart meter. The Smart Meter Guard has a securing screw clamp for securing to the base ring of your smart meter. Simply tighten the screw once the Guard is installed over the smart meter.
It is constructed of three stainless steel support rings that are spot welded to high grade stainless steel meshing for support and strength. Being made of stainless steel means it won't rust, corrode or deteriorate in the sun's UV rays.
The Smart Meter Guard fits all round smart meters in the US and Canada. The Smart Meter Guard does not fit the rectangular smart meters in Australia, New Zealand, UK or Europe.
Manufactured and made in the US.
- Blocks smart meter EMF radiation inside and outside the house.
- Safe, no drilling or grounding wires needed.
- High quality stainless steel construction lasts 10 to 15 years if not longer.
- No extra shielding needed on the other side of the meter like other products.
- Won't deteriorate in UV exposure from the sun.
- Easy to install/no assembly required.
- Portable so you can take it with you if you move.
- Fully tested and proven to block 98% to 99% of the EMF emissions with real data!
Smart Meter Guard Installation Instructions
The Smart Meter Guard fits all smart meters in the US, Canada and Central America. There are slight variations of how smart meters are mounted but the Guard will fit each one with small differences. Here is an installation guide to the different configurations of smart meters.
Utility Box “Type 1” Installation:
This is the most common type utility box. Simply place the Smart Meter Guard over the smart meter on to the metal ring at the base of the smart meter. Then tighten the securing screw so it is snug. You’re done!
Utility Box “Type 2” Installation:
This is the next most common type of utility box that has a lock or clamp on the metal ring at the base of the smart meter. The Smart Meter Guard has a notch in the rim that fits right around the lock or clamp. Cut the metal mesh at either end of the notch with scissors and bend the mesh up. Place the Smart Meter Guard over the smart meter with the notch over the clamp or lock. Then tighten the securing screw so it is snug and you’re done!
Utility Box “Type 3” Installation:
This is the least common utility box where the metal ring at the base of the smart meter is covered by the utility box lid. In these cases you will need to use one of the two rubber “spacer”. No need to request a spacer, they are included in each order with free. The spacer fits on the inside rim of the Guard that allows it to cinch down around the glass of the smart meter instead of the metal ring that is covered.
Note: The Smart Meter Guard is meant to fit snug. If it doesn't seem to fit over the metal ring at the base of the smart meter please remove the nut and screw. Then gently stretch open the Guard. It's made to stretch. Place it over the metal ring at the base of the smart meter and put the screw and nut back on and tighten until snug.
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Testing the Smart Meter Guard
Our advice is that if you don't see real time data that shows a product blocks RF then it probably doesn't. This is why we have several real time videos showing the Smart Meter Guard blocking the RF
To test the effectiveness of the Smart Meter Guard, which is a custom Faraday cage that blocks smart meter RF waves, we performed several tests on a number of smart meters in different locations. The results were verified in each case by accurately measuring the RF waves emitted from smart meters. The RF waves were measured in micro watts per square meter (uw/M2), before and after the Smart Meter Guard was installed.
In each test we used a GigaHertz Solutions HF35C High Frequency Analyzer with a 20 decibel attenuator. The 20 decibel attenuator on the HF35C analyzer allowed us to measure the total power density output from the smart meters.
In each test, installing the Smart Meter Guard lowered the power density output of the smart meter from the 15,000 to 54,000 uw/M2 range to less than 60 uw/M2. We measured both outside of the house and inside of the house and got the same results, no RF waves.
To view a video of this test please visit this URL: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cmS5pVEZHzg
Why Radiation Doesn't Come Out the Back of the Utility Box
Your electrical utility box is made of and completely surrounded by grounded metal, including the back of the box. The only part of your electrical box that is not grounded metal is the glass part of the smart meter. The glass part of your smart meter is where the RF waves are transmitted from and they're not directional. The RF waves radiates everywhere but can not penetrate grounded metal. Once the Smart Meter Guard is installed it covers that last part of your utility box that is not grounded metal. Once the Smart Meter Guard is in place the high frequency radiation can not escape your utility box and all the radiation is contained.
Here is a simple analogy. Say you have a sound speaker and you put it in a sound proof box that has a hole in it. When you turn on the sound you heard the sound, even from the back of the box. Now, if you cover the hole in the sound proof box you the sound can not escape and you won't hear the sounds. The Smart Meter Guard basically "covers" the hole in your electrical utility box with a "Faraday" cage.
RF radiation is very similar to sound waves except it's dealing with high frequency radio waves and grounded metal.
Testing the Radiation Levels Inside the House
We have done extensive testing of the radiation levels inside the house with the Smart Meter Guard installed.
To view a video of this test please visit this URL: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3tXC8fjrwmY
If you are not satisfied with the fit or performance of the Smart Meter Guard you can return it for a full refund within 30 days. Our goal is to make sure our customers are satisfied with the product and know they are shielded from the RF waves emitting from smart meters.
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