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Message non lu par Dana Scully » jeu. 2 févr. 2017 14:04

ok ce n'est pas la solution
alors je sèche complètement :shock:

le bidouillage de la vidéo avec du scotch et une pince : ça donne des fiches UBS des 2 cotés: ce serait bon pour mettre derrière la box et sur le boitier réducteur de tension :lol:

si on déconnecte le cpl : on ne capte plus la tv non plus

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Dana Scully a écrit :ok ce n'est pas la solution
alors je sèche complètement :shock:

le bidouillage de la vidéo avec du scotch et une pince : ça donne des fiches UBS des 2 cotés: ce serait bon pour mettre derrière la box et sur le boitier réducteur de tension :lol:

si on déconnecte le cpl : on ne capte plus la tv non plus

Mais non pas des 2 cotés, une pince croco n'est pas une fiche USB.

Pas besoin de mettre aussi sur "boitier réducteur de tension" ( transformateur d'alimentation), les parasites seront absorbés par le cable USB-Croco. vers la Terre.

Mais non, les CPL ne passe pas par la Masse de la BOX, c'est un conducteur a part sa.
Il n'y a que ce qui est rayonné par toute cette électronique, sur la Masse de la BOX, qui sera évacué par le Cable USB-Croco. vers la Terre.
Par contre un rayonnement, sa va dans TOUS les sens... donc "horizontalement" (a plat) sur la Masse de la BOX mais aussi vers l'exterieur,
et c'est là que une Housse en fil metallique, branchée a la Terre peut atténué, le rayonnement qui n'a pas été absorbé par la Masse de la BOX.

A defaut d'une toile anti-onde trés cher, certains magasins de bricolage vende de fine toiles de métal (grillage fin) pour envelloper la BOX....
sinon ya aussi les espéces de grilles anti-éclaboussures a mettre sur les poeles a frire... tu peu en sortir le grillage et en envelloper la BOX (puis mettre a la Terre)

t'a aussi des Toiles metal vendu sur internet....
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attend, on est en train de double-poster là, pour ton sujet de la BOX, faut revenir sur un seul post
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ici on parle de prise à la terre pour les box ;)

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Dana,

BOX = WIFI ( Ondes ) = Santé / Prévention = Electrosensibles
Linky = Vie Privée, Big Data , Droits ,Argent , Arnaque , Ondes ( donc Santé / ElectroSensibles / Protections Electromagnétiques )

Ici c'est plutot d'ordre général,
pour des questions en Technologie + Pollution EM + Protections Electromagnétique
il serai bon de débattre pour décider ensemble quels posts serai le mieux adapté ( Posts RACINES ) pour les cotés Pratiques et Technologiques....

Au final on retombera systématiquement en AMONT a une Technologie, donc quelque chose de bien physique,
qui dérivera donc vers les Ondes, la Santé, la Prévention par les Protections.

Si on mélange tous par des pages entiéres sa va étre chaotique, j'ai moi-méme du mal a gérer chacun de mes posts vu la quantité d'informations que me neurones veulent absolument traiter.

:oops: :sweat:
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Surtensions, Foudre, dégats, EDF ne paie pas de remboursement...Linky ou pas,
car ils ne "controle" pas la météo... Et si EDF la "controlait" involontairement quand méme ? Indirectement ? De part leurs Lignes Hautes Tensions irritant l'Atmosphére ? On peut appeler cela l'ElectroSmog a Haute Tension et ses Surtensions perturbatrices...surtout lors de CPL Ultra-Basses Fréquences mettant en résonance les Courants de Sol, ainsi que les Surtensions perturbatrices générées par L'industrie...etc...

Quelques signaux Ultra-Basses fréquences harmoniques dans les lignes HT et THT peuvent suffirent pour AMPLIFIER le Potentiel Electrique d'un orage approchant ET L'ENTRETENIR,
Les constats sont là.....archivés, attestant ces correlations de Résonances Meteo + ElectroSmog Haute Tension,
des constats, basés sur des faits réels...
...relire tous les posts précédent sur les analyses Meteos+Impacts de Foudre etc...

Surtensions, Meteo irritée, dégats méme avec Parafoudres, en plus de l'Arrivée du Linky...rien n'est rembourser...Bonjour les Dégats
http://droit-finances.commentcamarche.n ... surtension
http://bricolage.linternaute.com/forum/ ... surtension
http://www.cyberbricoleur.com/index.php ... 2100056362
https://forums.macg.co/threads/grosse-s ... df.204903/
http://fr.sci.electrotechnique.narkive. ... sans-terre
https://www.chauffage-aterno.com/surten ... iques.html

le commerce des parafoudre et parasurtenseurs vont donc augmenter, grace a l'expansion d'une technologie de plus en plus polluante et génératrice de surtension....
Accusée a tord...la météo est pourtant l'une des premieres victime....les faits sont là, et Incontestables !

Trop chére cette pollution...
(les surtensions donc participent a l'augmentation du Commerce des appareils electroniques...pfff :shock:
( Surtensions = Business )
http://forums.futura-sciences.com/elect ... phone.html
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Je remet ici le lien des bébés irradiés, car vue l'enjeu des risques sanitaires il convient de le placer dans les liens Santé/Ondes
https://lesmoutonsenrages.fr/forum/view ... 672#p50313

Vérifiez bien vos taux d'exposition aux Ondes, sinon un jour vous entendrez des Voix, dans votre téte...ou dans celles de vos bébés/enfants/ados/P.Agées...( et ce principe n'exclut PAS l'apparition de douleurs induites par les ondes )

Norme actuelle d'exposition internationnale pour les HF = 61V/m , (décrét CE du 3 mai 2002) ,
équivalent a 1mW/cm2, alors que 0.5 mW/cm² est la puissance induite dans la téte par des micro-ondes dirigées pour entendre des voix...
http://lesmoutonsenrages.fr/forum/viewt ... 456#p50456
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Pourquoi toujours plus d'ondes rayonnées sur les Humains?

:?:
Avec la censure anticonstitutionnelle grandissante sur le Net, qui efface de plus en plus d'informations, qu'elles soient vraies ou fausses, il ne faut pas s'etonner de l'inaccessibilité grandissante vers ces infos.

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