E-meter


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E-meter

Dianetics
A device that measures galvanic skin responses in a client being counselled for traumatic memories, known to Scientologists as “engrams”.
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Qualified according to JESD47, the sensor is ideal for many industrial and consumer applications, including joysticks, control elements in home appliances, multi-function knobs, and e-meter systems that use a 3D magnetic sensor to protect against tampering.
By selecting the right measurement resistor, an E-meter will have a very long calibration period and minimized calibration costs.
Installed in minutes, the PosiCharge wireless E-Meter IV electric vehicle energy meter captures energy and usage data automatically without operator or maintenance staff management.
The couple sits with a device known as an E-meter, which measures unexpressed thoughts.
He asked me to grip tightly on the two metal tubes attached to the e-meter by wires, as he played around with the dials on the front of the machine.
Maybe Jessica's dismissal sends you spinning into a cult that believes that mankind is haunted and harried by the spirits of billions of people brought to Earth 75 million years ago by the intergalactic tyrant Xenu and you need to be hooked up to an e-meter to get free of them, or maybe you become a right-wing blogger and global-warming denier.
Scientologists, the FDA claimed, had been falsely promoting the E-Meter as a medical device.
The purpose of this market survey is to increase our insight of interconnecting an IDIS E-meter with a wired and / or wireless M-Bus based G-meter.
Followers are "audited" using a device called an e-meter, which the church claims can measure a person's state of mind.
Ron Hubbard on, used to claim that the e-meter and auditing can cure or treat various physical and mental illnesses.
The first set of lessons teach that all negative aspects of life are caused by bad memories or "engrams" which are removed by a lengthy process of counselling involving a skin response device called an e-meter.