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January 29, 2018, 12:48:01 AM
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Jabby brought up EMF in an earlier thread so I thought I would perform some tests. Now these are very non-scientific backyard DIY observations, and no claims are made by me one way or another as to the safety of this equipment. I am just passing on what I saw using a cheap EMF meter. So if you get cancer or grow a 3rd arm IT'S NOT MY FAULT!

The meter I used is here http://amzn.to/2Grg8ov

Alright, so I started roughly 20' away from my 3 miners (2 S9s and 1 S7 all running new Bitmain APW3++). Zero readings on my meter.

10' No reading on the meter

1' from an S9 Jan batch 13.5 TH/s



6.5" From an S9 Jan batch 13.5 TH/s



Right up on the miner



After that I tested some household items.

Regular fan ~12"



Regular fan ~5"



Right up on the fan motor



Breaker panel



Breaker



Brother printer!



Pioneer Stereo Reciver



TV



Microwave running



So I feel that yeah, if you blanket yourself in Antminers it's bad Smiley But more than a foot or so and you do not have to worry. As an anecdote the meter started flashing harmful when I was outside my garage near a power line...











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January 29, 2018, 09:48:24 AM
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This is great! Hahaha! I could only imagine what's happening to me, when I'm at work, processing 1150 ton
plastic injection moulding machines. I do believe you are correct though, unless you are hugging or sleeping
on those miners, for extended periods of time, they are not that bad.

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Please use the existing thread on the same topic.
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