EMF meters measure fluctuations in electromagnetic fields. Theories, from within the branch of paranormal investigations, suggest that ghosts have the ability to manipulate these fields. An EMF meter is a staple piece of equipment used to detect sources of EMFs, or possible manipulation, in order to document and promote potential communication with these entities.
With a digital EMF and temperature readout, the Mel Meter provides a bounty of useful information used for finding and tracking paranormal activity. This EMF reader provides single axis measurements in milliGauss or microTesla, and real-time temperature gauging in both Fahrenheit and Celsius. Both measurements are displayed in red light, in order to preserve the investigator’s vision.
The Rook EMF Meter was designed by GhostStop especially for paranormal investigators. Built in the USA, this ghost meter has a high-resolution, wide range and with many increments between 0 and approximately 20mG to provide clear indication of changes in energy. To indicate the strength of the EM field, there are two on-board panels with 4 LEDs and the piezo speaker increases the volume of its alerts.
This EMF reader is designed with ergonomics in mind to allow for comfortable carrying, and the battery can last for over 50 hours. It also features an improved enclosure design to help fortify against interference of electromagnetic radiation from electrical devices and prevent false readings.
For ghost hunters who like to keep thorough records, the EDI+ Meter is the perfect choice. In addition to measuring electromagnetic fields at low frequency, this multi-tool ghost meter can measure the ambient temperature, detect vibrations, and record pressure and humidity, then display all of these details in graphs and spreadsheets. The data is saved to an SD card as a CSV file so that paranormal investigators can export their findings to the software of their choice.
Perhaps the most important characteristic that distinguishes EMF readers is the direction, or directions, in which they detect electromagnetic fields. Single axis meters must be pointed in the direction of the EM field to detect it. Triaxis EMF detectors, on the other hand, can detect changes from electric fields in all directions (left, right, up, down, and diagonally) simultaneously.
However, don’t assume that triaxis readers will be simpler to use. In fact, many find single axis meters to be more intuitive, especially for new ghost hunters. Not only are they generally easier to use, but they often come with more features to help make ghost hunting simpler, requiring less equipment.
Ghost hunters should consider the specific needs of their investigations when filling out their kit. At GhostStop, we are investigators ourselves, and we have been curating, designing and producing equipment for 15 years. Our experts are ready to help you find the best tools for you, so get in touch with us today!