The Dirty Electricity Destroyer is a EMF Power Factor Correction Filter. Each filter provides a minimum of 83%-87% Power Factor Correction to a circuit to help eliminate RF/EMI (dirty electricity) - our Dirty Electricity Destroyer is a six node suppression design.
What does a six node design mean?
Typically a noise filter in the EHS world offer single node suppression – nodes are based on frequency range – a single node design only handles a narrow frequency band.
A little background info about node suppression; node suppression is based on filter part oscillation frequency vs. circuit AWG oscillation vs. circuit frequency vs. load demand. The industry uses terminology like “DE” to confuse the consumer into thinking their product actually did something worthy. A single node bypass filter is what we find in a cheap $35 Chinese DVD Player only designed to last a day or two after the 30 day limited warranty runs out – it is basically a throw away that is consider a toy – a toy doesn’t solve any problems. When you start moving upscale to the $1000 DVD price range you’ll find a dual bypass design – 2 filter nodes working in tandem to extend the frequency range. At the $5000 DVD price range you’ll find a quad-bypass design – a quad design adds additional extension but also doubles down on the suppression specs compared to a dual bypass. In the $7500-$10,000 DVD price range you’ll find a 6 node bypass design. Unlike the cheaper versions, the 6 node is able to act as a clean power source for the DVD player. It does the same exact thing when used as a parallel PFC Dirty Electric filter on the circuit – it stiffens the power enough to eliminate harmonics using 6 different frequency cancellations up to the max of the circuit.
What does that mean?
“DE” scams try to promote endless “DE” problems on each circuit – the harmonic max value of the circuit is based on the thickness of the wire – 10ga wiring will experience less harmonics compared to 12ga – 12ga will have less compared to 14ga – and so on. The thickness of the wire regulates the oscillations of the electrical delivery – meaning, thicker wire has a slower vibrational pattern – slow produces more inductance and fast produces more capacitance. So the question should be, in a single node design how do you know the exact frequency range to filter in every home? The industry uses smoke and mirrors misdirection to change the subject from PFC to the evil “dirty electricity” villain - If you ask an EE, they’ll measure the circuit and take into account everything I listed and will actually give you the exact node value for your installation – and 9 times out of 10 the value needed isn’t anything close to what you’ll find in your typical DE filter.
The beautiful thing about a 6 node design is that it covers each one of the frequency ranges for a typical 10ga-14ga in-wall installation – allowing for a more plug and play friendly consumer installation. Everything we do in electrical is based on power factor correction – If the circuit PFC is greater than 80% the circuit is considered to be noise-free – anything over 80% is gravy – over 80% the circuit begins to produce its own energy to help lower your overall energy costs.
Recommended Installation: Install one to two DED per problematic circuit.
Recomended to be used in conjunction with PLT EMI Wrap and EARTH Outlet Covers.
Build time approx 6-8 days