LF ANALYSER ME3830B | Low frequency meter for electromagnetic smog | Detection of alternating electric fields and magnetic fields | Measuring range 16 Hz to 100 kHz

261.80 (220.00 excl. VAT)

The LF Analyser ME3830B is an electromagnetic smog measuring device for low-frequency alternating electric fields and magnetic fields. The measurable frequency range from 16 Hz to 100 kHz provides the optimal condition for detecting electrical and magnetic exposures.

High-voltage lines or a railway track in front of the house? Problematic harmonics from switching power supplies, ballasts of lamps, or simply the radio alarm clock on the bedside table. In every household and office, everyday radiation sources are hidden. The high measurement range up to 100 kHz (100,000 Hz) also allows the detection of “Dirty Power”.

The LF Analyser ME3830B measuring device provides insights and can be used both grounded and ungrounded.

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The LF ANALYSER ME3830B is a low-frequency measuring device with digital display for simple and quick detection of electrosmog caused by low-frequency alternating electric fields and magnetic fields. Its high detection radius of 16 Hz – 100 kHz makes it unique. Ideal for beginners!

The LF-ANALYSER ME3830B is a straightforward electrosmog measuring device for the low-frequency range (LF). It is reliable and greatly facilitates the detection of magnetic alternating fields and electric alternating fields. It’s a highly valuable tool to identify a restful sleeping place or a healthy workplace.

The measurable frequency range of the LF Analyser ME3830B extends from 15 Hz to 100 kHz (100.000 Hz). The measuring range for electric field strength ranges from 1 to 1999 V/m (volts per meter). The measurement range for magnetic alternating fields ranges from 1 to 1999 nT (nanotesla).

LF ANALYSER ME3830B | Low frequency meter for electromagnetic smog | Detection of alternating electric fields and magnetic fields | Measuring range 16 Hz to 100 kHz
Building Biology Evaluation Guidelines (AC) for Sleeping Areas (SBM-2015)

LF Analyser ME3830B, a powerful detector for low-frequency electrosmog

The analyser captures the entire low-frequency spectrum with its very wide frequency range from 16 to 100.000 Hz (100 kHz). Starting with deep railway power frequencies of 16,7 Hz, over the usual 50 Hz household power supply frequencies, up to problematic harmonics (Dirty Power) from switching power supplies, pre-control units of LED lamps, dimmers, energy-saving lamps, or consumer electronics. The fact that the meter recognizes Dirty Electricity (dirty power) without complicated settings is a clear advantage!

Because of constant new developments in the industry, like induction cookers, wireless chargers, light bulbs with built-in electronics, etc., the application area for this low-frequency measuring device grows larger every day. It’s the ideal device for everyone who prefers to measure themselves rather than relying on manufacturers and operators’ statements.

Is it impossible to estimate how far the high-voltage line in the neighbouring street actually radiates or where exactly the electrical lines in the flat are laid? It often starts with small things that you don’t think about, like the radio alarm clock on the bedside table and its strong EM fields. Is the Euro flat plug “correctly” in the socket, or am I exposing myself to unnecessarily high electric fields just because the switch integrated into the electrical line only switches single-phase?

Every household and office hides everyday sources of radiation. The LF ANALYSER ME3830B provides clarity!

LF ANALYSER ME3830B | Low frequency meter for electromagnetic smog | Detection of alternating electric fields and magnetic fields | Measuring range 16 Hz to 100 kHz

New dimensions and price range in low-frequency electrosmog measurement

Due to the simple operation with only two switches, this measuring device is suitable for measurement beginners. One switch for turning on and off (with or without acoustics) and a second switch for choosing between alternating electric field measurement (V/m) and magnetic field measurement (nT).

The analyser ME3830B can be used both potential-bound and potential-free. It’s always an advantage when both measurement methods are possible, as this particularly increases flexibility in application. Numerous low-frequency devices measure only the electric field against earth potential. This is a problem because the quality of the earth must be determined first. With potential-connected devices alone, no statement can be made about the effectiveness of shielding (since these are connected to the same potential as the shielding). The display logically remains at zero, even if in reality, there may still be a significant residual field. A complementary check, potential-free over 3 axes, is therefore very advantageous, and we expressly recommend it.

The measuring device is operated with a conventional 9-volt block battery and is ready for use immediately. The field probes (low-frequency antennas) are built into the device, so it does not need any protruding parts.

The analyser reliably captures the existing fields and displays the field strength on a large, 4-digit display in the units common to us, Tesla or in this case nT (nanotesla) and V/m (volts per meter). Building biology already speaks of a strong anomaly here. From 100 nT or from 5 V/m (potential-bound) or 1.5 V/m (potential-free), a strong burden on the body becomes apparent. Above 500 nT or above 50 V/m (potential-bound) or above 10 (potential-free), the emissions are considered extreme in terms of building biology.

The WHO classifies magnetic alternating fields from 300 – 400 nT as potentially carcinogenic! Studies attribute oxidative stress, the formation of free radicals, and a decrease in melatonin to electric alternating fields already from 20 V/m.

Technical data of the LF Analyser ME3830B

  • 4-digit, large digital display
  • Frequency range: 16 Hz – 100 KHz (compensated, better than -2 dB)
  • Measurement range: Electric field strength: 1 – 1999 V/m
  • Measurement range: Magnetic flux density (one-dimensional): 1 – 1999 nT
  • Accuracy: +/- 2 %, +/- 14 digits @ 50/60 Hz
  • E-field sensor for electrical LF alternating fields
  • H-field sensor for magnetic LF alternating fields (one-dimensional)
  • Audio analysis: Field strength proportional audio signal (with “Geiger counter effect”, switchable)
  • Signal evaluation: RMS
  • Power supply: 9-Volt battery, average operating time: 24 to 36 hours (depending on operating mode) | Low-Batt.-display | Auto-Power-Off function
  • Warranty: 2 years
  • Size (mm): 180 x 70 x 30 (LxWxH)
  • Weight: 170 g | 210 g with battery
Weight 0.5 kg
Dimensions 28 × 15 × 5 cm
Scope of delivery

Measuring device, grounding cable, detailed operating instructions with neutral background information, list of guideline values and comparative values according to the standard of building biology measurement technology.

Measurement scale

nT, V/m


Country of origin


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