Acousticom 2 Radiofrequency RF Meter
The Acousticom 2 Radio Frequency Meter for ghost hunting will paint you an audible picture when paranormal entities interact with the radio frequency.
The Spirit Shack Acousticom 2 for ghost hunting by EMFields is a professional and accurate radio frequency meter that is designed for the precise measurement of radio signals. This meter is incredibly unique due to the sound it makes when it detects any variation in radiofrequency. It’s the first meter we have come across here at Spirit Shack that is able to paint an audible picture of the frequency variations.
It is widely known throughout the paranormal investigation community that spirits are able to manipulate any type of electrical signal, including radio frequencies. Although this product is not specifically designed for ghost hunters, it is a great addition to your kit for your paranormal investigation because of this and will give you evidence of paranormal activity from a realm which you are unable to see with the naked eye.
We have used the Acousticom 2 Radio Frequency Meter throughout many investigations in order to test the accuracy when in contact with paranormal entities and spirits and have seen some great and promising results.
The radiofrequency meter reading is shown via LED lights on the unit, and you can choose to turn the sound alert on or off which provides you with an audible alarm also. You might want to do this if you are filming the investigation, or are using any other equipment with which the sound could possibly interfere. The device covers a range from 200MHz to 8GHz and is incredibly sensitive. It is also highly portable due to its small and lightweight design and comes with a handy carry pouch.
How to use it:
Before you start using the Spirit Shack Acousticom 2 Radio Frequency Meter, make sure you turn off any mobile phones and WiFi that might be within the vicinity, including those of any crew members you have working with you on your paranormal investigations.
To turn on the device, simply hold the button which is located on the front of the device. When first turned on, the Acousticom 2 will be silent. You can use the same button to turn the sound on and off, pressing it once. The device also has an alarm sounder, which emits a pulsing warning at higher exposure levels. You can also turn this off with the button, each time you power up the device.
With some experience in using the device, you will soon be able to determine which type of device is creating the pulsing microwave levels that are present. All of these features make the Spirit Shack Acousticom 2 for ghost hunting incredibly useful and practical.
The Acousticom 2 reacts to very short pulses in RF. Peak readings on the device are as they say – the highest sampled reading – though the sampling and processing rate does mean that there are some gaps and it might not react to a single very short pulse, which is less that 5 microseconds in duration. It will react correctly to much shorter pulses that are regularly transmitted, for example from WiFi.
Please note: The internal antenna is at the upper half of the case and the back. Signals are best measured when the source is behind the instrument, but also quite good with the source to one or other side. Turn the Acousticom 2 for the highest reading.
What signals does the Acousticom 2 pick up?
- VHF Television
- FM Radio
- UHF Television
- Mobile Phones
- Cell Towers
- Satellite Communications
- Radiofrequency (RF)
The Acousticom 2 presents all radio frequency measurements as an audio signal. The device lights up with LEDs and makes different sounds through an alarm depending on the radio frequency measurements, and when there are high levels of RF within the area. You have the choice of switching off the alarm if you want, keeping only the LEDs on to take readings from.
The Acousticom 2 is a great piece of equipment but is incredibly simple to use, making it a fantastic piece of equipment for beginner and experienced ghost hunters alike. The results are easy to read, and it is the perfect instrument for those on a budget due to its low price point. It is smaller and more lightweight than the Acoustimeter, coming in its own carry pouch.
Acousticom 2 Colour Codes
- Red: Too high for ambient levels
- Orange: Too high for many people
- Yellow: Many people may have symptoms
- Green: Most people are okay at green levels