Faraway Cage for Wifi
The Faraday Cage for Wi-Fi Router blocks about 95 percent of harmful electromagnetic field (EMF) radiation caused by Wi-Fi router plugins when the router is placed inside the cage.
When you work from home and use the Internet for long periods, you create even more EMF exposures and emissions that are harmful to your health and cause both long and short-term issues. This Faraday cage is everything you need to protect your family and home from harmful electricity. Built to last, it protects the interior of your modem, a difference you’ll feel right away. Sleep better, work better, get more out of your workday.
- Increases health and energy and reduces exposure to harmful EMFs from Internet modems.
- Fits Most Home Internet Routers. Designed to exactly fit your brand and model of WiFi router, including AT&T Uverse and Comcast Xfinity.
- Easy to Use and Set-Up. Electric gloves are provided - pass the cable through the rubber plug and attach the top.
- Simple and Efficient. Fit and forget it, maintenance-free, this cage is built to last.
- Made of high-quality stainless steel mesh with a specific mesh size, it allows good air circulation.
- The one-size-fits-all electric gloves can be easily set up. Simply place your Internet modem inside and cut the rubber plug to route the cables. This item is important to protect your health from harmful radio frequency (RF) poisoning.
What are Faraday Cages Made of?
Faraday cages are an enclosure used to protect objects from EMFs (both static and non-static). Static electricity is that in which charges are at rest, thus its name. In fact, they accumulate on the surface of a specific insulator. With non-static electricity, electrons move in a conductor.
Faraday cages can protect their contents or even their occupants from the effects of both. They can comprise a fine mesh of conductive material or a continuous coating of conductive material. Faraday cage is named after its inventor, Michael Faraday – the English scientist. He designed it in 1836.
What Does a Faraday Cage do?
Faraday’s cage concept is nothing new. Faraday cages have been around since they were invented by Michael Faraday in 1836.
You probably already have a Faraday cage in your home. Every microwave oven is a Faraday cage!
A Faraday cage comprises a mesh of highly conductive metal, typically copper. When the pulsed EMF generated by your wireless network comes in contact with the metal grille of your router’s case, small amounts of electrical current dissipate it, so most of the EMF radiation generated by your router is shielded from your family.
Of course, the Faraday Cage for Wi-Fi router does not block all the radiation it generates. Otherwise, you will not get a signal.
The Faraday Cage minimizes the EMF radiation but does not block it completely. The Faraday cage absorbs about 90% of the electromagnetic fields.
How Much Radiation Does a Faraday Cage Block?
Although not all metallic materials block electromagnetic field radiation 100 percent, they ultimately attenuate radiation signals. As radiation signals penetrate the metallic material, this attenuation process gradually results in a loss of force.
The Faraday cage is made of aluminum and copper materials. The Faraday cage’s metal mesh scatters the radiation photons as they pass through, thereby weakening their power. Faraday cage blocks 90 to 95 percent of EMF radiation and has an attenuation of up to 10 to 15 decibels (dB).
Why Do You Need a Faraday Cage?
A Faraday cage protects you from the hazards of WLAN radiation. The radiofrequency (RF) radiation given off by your wireless routers increases Wi-Fi radiation exposure. This can have several harmful effects on your health. Wi-Fi routers send RF signals that can penetrate walls to allow users to connect to the router. The signals from the wireless device are sent continuously, so it is exposed to high levels of radiation. High levels of radiation have effects on the health of people, particularly those who are hypersensitive to EMF radiation.
RF radiation given off by the Wi-Fi router when it sends signals can affect the quality of your sleep and your sleep pattern.
According to a study, radiation from mobile phones and routers affects the quality of your sleep. Continued exposure to this type of electromagnetic field radiation affects the production of the hormone melatonin, which regulates the pineal gland. It affects the overall quality of your sleep.
Do you Sleep with your Cellphone Beside your Bed?
If you sleep with the WLAN router on and place your mobile phone next to your bed, you are also exposed to high EMF radiation levels, which has a negative effect.
For instance, if your body is deprived of a good night’s sleep, it will not be able to fight disease. Also, it will affect other functions of the body, such as cleaning toxins from the body and repairing cells. It can also interfere with the body’s production of red blood cells.
Normally, the body produces about 2-3 million blood cells per second. Exposure to electromagnetic radiation affects the production process of these red blood cells and makes us more vulnerable to disease. The Faraday cage for Wi-Fi router protects you by reducing the negative effects of Wi-Fi radiation on your body.
Sadly, no one can escape radiation from Wi-Fi devices. Most people don’t even want it and think we can’t live without Netflix, Alexa, or tablets and video games. A wireless connection is almost vital to be part of modern culture. And that won’t change anytime soon. So you need to protect your home and your family from the negative effects of electromagnetic radiation.
Regulating the negative effects of your Wi-Fi router is a big step in the right direction. A Faraday cage for Wi-Fi routers can help you with this, as it is very effective in reducing overall exposure to EMFs. Once you purchase your Faraday cage, installation isn’t difficult. Just follow the manufacturer’s instructions. In a 5G world, the Faraday cage is important for maintaining optimum health. And in residential apartments, protecting your router is just being a good neighbor.
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