Build A EMP Protector
How To Build an Electromagnetic Pulse Protector
In today’s digital age, we rely heavily on electronic devices for communication, transportation, and entertainment. However, the convenience that technology brings also makes us vulnerable to threats such as an Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP) attack.
An EMP can be generated by a nuclear explosion or a solar storm, and it has the potential to render all electronic devices within its range useless. The devastating effects of an EMP attack can be mitigated by building an EMP protector. In this article, we will explore the steps to build an EMP protector that can safeguard your electronic devices from such an attack.
EMP Protector Plans
While Iran is talking a nuclear deal with Obama, they are also calling for an outright EMP attack on the US. It is a big enough threat that NORAD is spending $700 million to once again go back to their underground bunkers. Should you also not be concerned?
An EMP interacts with the earth magnetic field and will create?up to 10,000 VOLTS PER FOOT of power surge in unshielded conductors. How many miles of cross-country power cable bring electricity to your house?? ?Your vehicles will no longer run and your expensive solar and wind systems will fry from overvoltages. This would be equivalent of plugging a 12v appliance into 120v outlet, it would fry it instantly!
Mike from Michigan looked around for a means of protecting his solar panels and house battery system not to mention a way of keeping his wife’s car running so she could at least get home if the unthinkable happened. There was nothing available on the market so he decided to build his own. It contains few components and the only skills needed are basic soldering and drilling. Obviously the only way to “field test” this is when “IT HAPPENS” but if you try nothing you for sure will lose it all.
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