Some of you may have heard about "low radiation" monitors approved according to MPR-II, TCO´92 or TCO´95, but what does that mean?
Contrary to what one may be led to believe a "low radiation" monitor may radiate arbitrary much! Why? Simple because the MPR like methods of measuring does not measure radiation! They measure fields, and fields are not equivallent to radiation!
The history behind MPR-II is a very interesting piece of lobby, technical thinking, politics and foremost heavy commercial interests.
The document I wrote in 1995 is an interesting story that reveals some surprising conclusions... Please read "Measure Fields - Truth or what" (or as 190KB postscript) presented at the 2nd Copenhagen Conference on electrical hypersensitivity.
The document is also available in Swedish as "Mäta fält - lögn eller sanning (114KB html)" (or as 196 KB postscript). That report was sent to TCO before TCO´95 was finalized acompanied with a letter "Remissyttrande till TCO´95"
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