The perfect accessory to your Expandable FUEL-LESS™ Generator. The EMP Bag, made of woven copper mesh and waterproof ballistics nylon, withstands lightening, solar flares, and even a full on EMP attack. Extremely durable, the EMP Bag protects sensitive electronics from electromagnetic pulse.Read More
The perfect accessory to your Expandable FUEL-LESS™ Generator. The EMP Bag, made of woven copper mesh and waterproof ballistics nylon, withstands lightening, solar flares, and even a full on EMP attack. Extremely durable, the EMP Bag protects sensitive electronics from electromagnetic pulse.
The FUEL-LESS™ Generator tested in the Faraday Bag meets military standard: MIL-STD-461F RS-105 (50kV/m^2 Transient Electromagnetic Field Radiated Susceptibility Test)
When the FUEL-LESS™ Generator is enclosed in the Faraday Bag, it passes the MIL-STD above, and is protected to a minimum of 50kV/m^2 (fifty thousand volts per square meter). 50 kV/m^2 means that the EMP pulse induces a voltage of 50 thousand volts per square meter on to everything in its field- which is what damages electronic equipment.
The proprietary double shielding mesh in the bag blocks the frequencies produced by an EMP and conducts high voltages around the bag, protecting the FUEL-LESS™ Generator that is placed inside. This is demonstrated by the Tesla Coil testing. (Tesla coil voltages can reach upward of 1 million volts.
WARNING: Do not attempt to charge or use your Fuel-Less Generator while it is being stored in the EMP3 Bag.
14.72" W x 24.25" H x 11.02" D
Partner Questions & Answers
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Does the EMP bag fit the older model fuel less generators and do the solar panels require EMP protection ?
Yes, the older model generators will fit into this EMP bag. As for the solar panels, there is mixed information on whether it should or should not be protected from EMP. In most cases, it appears that it depends on your particular setup. We recommend researching EMP effects on solar panels to determine whether or not you will need to protect your solar panel.
I wonder if copper mesh pace maker shield could be a possible thought for product development, being as powerful as the emp force is?
Would you think such a product a possibility?