No we do not. I just had measured the microwave/radio level on my EMF meter and it was higher than usual and got to examining the microwave and it had a gap in the bottom so I'm scared what it has done etc.
My device only goes to 1, its not digital it has a hand that goes like a clock, and it would go to the maximum level back and forth, like .5 to maximum back and forth, of course next to the microwave it stayed on the maximum.
I should have said about 20 inches away from the microwave it had those readings, and then when it was touching it almost or a few inches away it was all the way as far as it goes (it only goes to 1).
Actually my meter wont go past 1 mw, so I'm unsure of the measurement. I took measurements from 20 inches, 3 feet, 4 feet, and up close. All the ones that were not right up next to the microwave were .05 going up and down to 1 back to .05 or .5 bouncing back and forths for the numbers. But up close it pegged out at the maximum as it would go, its not digital just has a hand that goes to 1 but thats as far as it measures. So it only measured 1 mw and under, if it is higher, then I dont know what the number would be as mine wont read higher numbers. I wont be using the microwave anymore, but fear what damage it has done?
Ok thanks! When you say get it checked by the public health authority to know the exact amount of leakage from it what did you mean, or I should say what would this do or what type of information would this help me with ect? (Im not sure if I'm making sense :)
OH and how soon would I know if I had been harmed healthwise or visionwise? or whatever that could damage me ect?
Also would you know about IR light and affects on eyes?
Thanks so much, speaking of seeing, do you know if IR light can cause harm to your eyes?
Thanks! I already rated you. The IR light was from a night vision camera I was setting up and it had IR Leds and I looked at the lights about a foot and a half from the lights and was worried I may have caused damage. If i read correctly it says the IR LED Lights on the cameras release invisible light, the wavelength band is 850 nm (not sure if that means my specific model though)