EM Pump

EM Pump

The EM Pump creates an EMF Siren by oscillating the field. Just like an audio siren is easy for the human ears to detect, the EM Pump will act as a beacon within the Electromagnetic Fields.

The EM field oscillates from .2 Hz to 250 Hz acting like an EMF beacon.
It’s not about power it’s all about precision.

• Requires 3 AAA batteries

Operating the EM Pump

  1. The EM Pump requires 3 AAA batteries, not included.  Make sure to use high quality, brand name lithium batteries.
  2. Carefully remove back cover and install batteries in their proper orientation; note the + and – of the batteries.
  3. The Power Switch is on the front of the EM Pump.  To turn ON, slide the switch to the left.   To turn OFF, slide to the right.

How the EM Pump Works and What it Does

When turned on, the EM Pump indicator light will turn on and flash slightly.

It creates an EMF Siren by oscillating the field. Just like an audio siren is easy for the human ears to detect, the EM Pump will act as a beacon within the Electromagnetic Fields.

The EM Pump starts out by producing .2Hz ** pulse and increases to 256 Hz ** pulse.

You will notice that the LED becomes brighter as the pulse frequency increases. Since the frequency and duration changes, it is thought of as a beacon or trigger device.

Also it can be used as a sacrificial battery source.  The GAC guys found this happens on film!

The pumps have been used by Ghost Adventures, seen on several episodes since 2009!

** calculated frequencies based on operational rates of the on-board microprocessor.

Where to Use

Set the device in an area where you are trying to capture EVP or photographic evidence.

Simply set the device down, turn it on and let it run. Bring an EMF meter close to the device; you will see the field change.

Don’t set the EMF meter directly on the EM Pump!!  The field strength that close could damage your EMF meter.

EMF emission at 4” inches from the device is very low.  For safety sake, set the unit down, turn it on and stand 12” inches or more away or more.

Download EM Pump Documentation

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