Body Voltage Home Test Kit
For precise measurements of the body voltage according
to International Guidelines for Sleeping Areas
Bau-Biologie (SBM 2008) 1
Measures the amount of AC voltage attached to the human
body from the following:
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Electrical wires hidden in the ceilings, walls and floors
Overhead power lines
Power outlets
Extension cords
Power bars
Appliance power cables etc…
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Contents of Kit
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1 Basic Body Voltage Meter including a 9V Alkaline Battery
2 Test Lead 39 inch / 1 Meter - Red – For Hand Probe (4mm banana)
3 Test Lead 20 foot / 6.1 Meter - Black – For Ground Wire (4mm banana)
4 Hand Probe - 4 inch - Polished Solid Brass
5 Ground Plug – For Grounding to a 120 VAC Electrical Outlet
6 Ground Clamp – For Grounding to a Water Pipe
7 Ground Clip – Alligator Clip to assist with Grounding (4mm banana)
8 Outlet Tester
9 Hard Plastic Carrying Case
International Guidelines for Sleeping Areas Bau-Biologie (SBM 2008) 1
Bau-Biologie (SBM 2008)
Body voltage in millivolts
mV
no
anomaly
weak
anomaly
strong
anomaly
extreme
anomaly
< 10
10 – 100
100 – 1000
> 1000
Understanding the Measurements
Range = 2 Volt
1.998 Volts = 1998 mV
Range = 2 Volt
0.021 Volts = 21 mV
Range = 2 Volt
Value is too high for Range
Switch to 20 Volt Range
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Range = 20 Volt
2.93 Volts = 2930 mV
Body Voltage Measurement Instruction
Assembly of Equipment
- Connect one end of the red wire to the jack of the Body Voltage Meter labeled
and the other end to the Brass Hand Probe
- Connect one end of the black wire to the jack of the Body Voltage Meter labeled
“COM” and clip the other end to the Electrical Ground (Figure 1A, 1C) or the Water Pipe
Clamp via the Alligator clip (Figure 2A, 2B) - See below
Caution! Test Outlet Before Inserting Ground Plug Into The AC Electrical Outlet.
Water Pipe Clamp Assembly (2)
Outlet Ground Assembly (1)
Fig. 1A
Caution: Test Outlet to Verify Correct Wiring
Do Not Proceed Unless Outlet is Verified
Fig. 2A
Clamp
Clip
2 lights Indicates
Correct Wiring
Configuration
Fig. 1B
Fig. 2B
Insert
Into
Outlet
Fig. 1C
1C
Fig.
Note: Either of these grounding points may have a small voltage on them which can cause
deviations in the actual readings. As an additional option, a Ground Rod can be used. This
rod is physically inserted into moist soil outside of the home and provides a direct
connection to the earth. The best ground reference point is the one that yields the highest
reading.
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Conditions for Sleeping Area Measuring
GIGAHERT
- Plug in all power cords from devices, appliances or extension cords that are normally connected to
outlets in the area of measurement (Including rooms beside, above and below area of investigation)
- Persons in the immediate area can influence the measurement. Others should keep a minimum
distance of 5 feet
- The person to be measured should not have direct contact to the black grounding wire, the Body
Voltage Meter or any other connection to ground
- The measurement is “position-sensitive” and will vary from place to place and with the
position of the measurement subject
Configuring the Body Voltage Meter
Meter Configuration
- Rotate the Function Selection Dial to the 20 Volts AC Range (V~ )
- Press in the orange “Power” button to turn on the Body Voltage Meter
- Ensure the blue “Hold” measurement button is in the outward position
- If the value is below 2.0 volts, switch to the more sensitive measurement range 2 (V~ )
Measuring Procedure
- Ensure the equipment is assembled correctly and connected to a proper ground
- Ensure the conditions for proper measuring are met
- Ensure the Body Voltage Meter is configured correctly and the proper function and range is selected
- The person to be measured sits or lies in the position where the body voltage is to be measured
- The person should grip the hand probe tightly in one hand and remain still
- Record the body voltage measurements for future evaluation
Techniques for Reducing Body Voltage
- Begin with unplugging power cords from devices, appliances or extension cords that are normally
connected to outlets in the area of measurement, including rooms beside, above and below area of
investigation
- If there is still a significant body voltage reading then the source is from the electrical wiring in the
walls, ceiling and floors or power lines external to the building
- Temporarily shut off branch circuit breakers that supply power to the room under investigation,
including rooms beside, above and below area of investigation
Caution! If affected circuits are critical and power a refrigerator, furnace, septic pump, life
support systems, smoke or carbon monoxide detectors and so on, do not turn them off!
If the branch circuit is non-critical, one can simply turn it off via the circuit breaker or have
a Demand Switch or a Remote Cut Off Switch installed on the circuit. Please consult with a
licensed electrician for proper installation.
For a digital copy of this manual please visit our website at:
http://slt.co/Products/BodyVoltageKits/HomeTestKit.aspx
Under the downloads tab.
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