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Black box on an electric pole

Discussion in 'The EMF Rx' started by Sunworshiper123, Apr 1, 2020.

  1. Sunworshiper123

    Sunworshiper123 New Member

    Anyone know what this black box is? It’s on an electric pole near my house. I’m not sure if it’s always been there and I never noticed it or if it’s new?

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  2. Saichi

    Saichi New Member

    Looks new but that isn't what you have to worry about.
     
  3. Sunworshiper123

    Sunworshiper123 New Member

    Agree. Looks new to me. What is it though?!
     
  4. Saichi

    Saichi New Member

    Show me a pic what's on the very top of your pole, make sure you take the pic from at least 50 feet away.
     
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  5. ElectricUniverse

    ElectricUniverse New Member

    Not sure, but it doesn't appear to be a mini-cell antenna (part of 5G rollouts). At least it does not resemble wireless antennae I am familiar with-- they are typically smooth plastic enclosures colored light gray.

    Put your RF meter close to it and see what readings you get.

    Black cylindrical object to right of box looks like either a Google Fiber or cable network fiber/cable distribution node.
     
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  6. Sunworshiper123

    Sunworshiper123 New Member

  7. Sunworshiper123

    Sunworshiper123 New Member

    Emf meter reads 140 v/m standing on the ground near the pole. RF is 0 mW/m
     

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