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Mel-8704 ProNavigator

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Mel-8704 ProNavigator
The large, clear display shows EMF AND Ambient Temperature simultaneously to provide the user with a direct correlation between EMF and Temperature change in the surrounding area. This is the only meter that can do this! We have personally tested this meter and it is a fantastic new tool. This Instrument was designed by Pro-measure for Paranormal enthusiasts. The Mel ProNavigator was specifically designed for Paranormal Investigators. Many important features have been incorporated into this durable, precision hand held instrument. • ELF Range down to 30Hz ! This is 20Hz lower than the KII • Built in Night Vision Safe, High Intensity Red LED flashlight objects within a 30' Range. • Custom Dual Display Correlates EMF & Temperature Cold Spots Simultaneously! • Custom Glow-In-The-Dark Push Buttons. A 30 sec. Charge from Your Flashlight Lasts 3 Hours! • Custom Glow-In-The-Dark Lightning Bolt EMF Stickers Help Identify EMF "Hot Spots" for De-Bunking During Baseline Analysis. • EMF "Burst" Mode Feature for Tracking Dynamic EMF movement • Measurement Ranges: 20, 200, 2000 uTesla 200, 2000, 20,000 mGauss • Super Bright Custom "Night view" Display with On/Off Button • Fast Response Thermocouple Temperature Sensor • Record Feature Captures Min & Max Values • Tripod mountable Measures EMF & Temperature "Cold Spots" Simultaneously That's right...the Mel Meter is the only Instrument that can do this. If you're a Sci Fi Ghost Hunter fan, you'll notice that during their Investigations, they will often encounter an EMF change which is usually followed by a significant Temperature drop. Now, imagine being able to validate both changes simultaneously, and be able to track the source in real time with one hand in total darkness! No more fumbling for a flashlight to see the display in the dark. Custom "Night View" Display The Backlight display measures a full 2" x 1" with a 0.60" EMF display and 0.25" Ambient Temperature on the same screen. Both measurements can be read from 10' to 15' away. The display can be turned On or OFF manually for display viewing in dark areas, and it is also bright enough so that it can be used in total darkness to navigate stairwells, corridors and door ways. Illumination of objects up to 8' away is possible with this special display once your eyes become adjusted to the light. EMF "Burst Mode" This feature allocates 100% of the micro-processors scan speed to monitor dynamic EMF changes. The display can update so quickly that your eyes will barley be able to keep up with it. If something is on the move, this feature can be activated with the push of a button. I like to use the "Record" function in this mode because it can capture the Min & Max measured values. So, if you have a EMF meter with a standard LCD display, get ready for a big change! Red Navigator Flashlight This feature utilizes a high intensity long life (100,000 hours) Collimated Red LED to provide instant illumination of the floor in front of you, and of objects up to 30' away. Ideal for fast paced tracking of EMF and Cold Spot changes in total darkness while using the backlight display, this 670nm wavelength will not interfere with Night Vision Equipment. Even after 5 hours of 100% continuous uninterrupted usage, The digital current regulation circuitry provides plenty of energy to power the Mel Meter and backlight Display for many more hours. Mel-Cal The Mel Meter is the only Intelligent EMF / Temperature device that uses a proprietary "Smart Calibration" function that allows the user to Calibrate the instrument in the field. Should the unlikely event ever occur, and the unit performs out of Spec. All you need to do is contact us and give us your serial number ID. We will provide you with a special code sequence to get your unit working in "Like New" condition again...it's that simple
Posted by Dennie Guppy on November 13, 2009 Full Size| Slideshow

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