Monday, 10 February 2014

How To Calibrate Your Mel Meter

 



How To Calibrate Your Mel Meter


As part of a presentation for S.A. Paranormal Meet-ups Allen Tiller made this small video showing you how to calibrate your Mel Meter


How To Calibrate A Mel Meter

 
http://youtu.be/3bMpRSrAxks


Step One: Hold the RECORD/ENTER button and HOLD/ESCAPE button at the same time

Turn power ON


When Mel Meter powers on you will see “S-On” on the display screen – keep holding two buttons


When two buttons are released, “0” (Zero) will appear on screen, Quickly push the UP arrow button until it reaches “9”


Push ENTER


“CAL” will appear on the screen



Numbers will appear on the screen



Let the numbers stabilise



Step Two: press ENTER and then UP arrow



“200” will appear on the bottom of the screen



Let numbers stabilise again



Step Three: Press ENTER and UP Arrow for a third time



“300” will appear on the screen – this is the third and final calibration



press ENTER again



Then Power Down the meter


Calibration procedure now completed



Now turn on your Mel Meter, it should now be calibrated – if done properly should your Mel Meter should read 0.0



Only do this in a place where no EMF has been previously registered
 




        
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