The new Rook EMF Meter with sound detects small changes in electromagnetic energy and alerts with lights and sound. This detector is specifically designed for ghost hunting with an emphasis on detecting energy changes and proximity so you can be alerted to a presence and track down the source easily. The Rook is fortified to reduce outside interference and false readings. The Rook is built from our experience as paranormal investigators with features we need for quality evidence and source tracking.
- EMF sensor with lights visible all around the unit
- Sound alert that varies with proximity of the EMF detected
- Highly sensitive EMF detects even small changes
- Quality detection fortified from most interference
- Detects NATURAL magnetic and man-made EMF
- Ergonomically built for comfortable carrying with grip texture
- All red lighting used to preserve night vision
- Lighted on/off power switch and power indicator for finding it in the dark
- Balanced to sit upright on its own for viewing in 360 degrees
- Tripod mountable for flexibility in various applications
An EMF meter is a popular, easy-to-use tool to detect spikes in electromagnetic energy. Theories within the field of paranormal research suggest that these fluctuations may indicate a presence of a paranormal nature. Once all sources have been ruled out, changes on this meter may signify activity or communication from the beyond or the unknown. Spikes and fluctuations, on the Rook, are indicated by the dual lighted panel on the top with an audible buzzer to indicate proximity/strength.
How is the Rook different?
When compared to other energy meters the Rook towers above in many respects. The Rook has been built, specifically, for paranormal investigations from years of experience knowing what we wanted in an easy-to-use, go-to sensor.Sound and lights.
The Rook includes a sound alert which gets louder and faster as an audible indicator of EMF strength and proximity. You will hear a progressive change in tone as an indicator in addition to the light panel. The tone is made light enough to not interfere with potential EVPs but loud enough for indication as you scan the room.
Fortified from interference.
As you may know, many EMF meters are broadly affected by frequencies such as those produced by radios, walkie-talkies and cell phones. By ruling out these commonly-used frequencies, the Rook is NOT nearly as susceptible to these kinds of false readings, making it a stronghold of quality evidence. It is, however, sensitive to magnetic and electronic frequencies so you can easily track down sources of EMF leaks which can have adverse effects to those exposed. Note: while we have done our best to rule out as much interference as possible, as technology changes there may be some device models using frequencies not covered.
The Rook offers a high resolution, highly sensitive reading to alert you to much smaller changes in the environment with a sound alert to indicate proximity. The Rook allows you to see and hear even small fluctuations in energy change. The Rook's dual-light panel indicate energy change. These lights will pulse and get brighter to indicate fractional changes in strength.
Long-lasting battery that's easy to swap.
The battery on the Rook lasts a long time and will, likely, get you through several investigations. At such time you do need to swap out the battery, changing it is a snap! The battery compartment has been uniquely designed to allow quick and easy swapping. The battery door, itself, is designed to pop out the battery and align it back into place in one motion. Yes, there is a bit of a trick to it (and we'll work on uploading a video to show how). Use the battery door to easily wedge the 9-volt battery from its connection and lay in a new battery. As long as you match up the negative and positive right, once you close the door, it will align and seat the battery on its own as you press the door in. We think it's pretty clever and should make swapping easy in the dark with no need for any tools.
Red lighting to preserve night vision.
The Rook utilizes only red lighting. This is purposed to help investigators preserve their night vision. In short, the human eye takes quite some time to adjust into dark environments and can have a harder time seeing properly when certain color lights are present. Different colors have various effects on the human eye from green (having the longest recovery time) to red which has little to no affect.