Not a problem if you don't have a standard grounded socket in the room. There are still plenty of 100% working solutions for you to ground yourself perfectly. All super easy to apply, without any technical knowledge.
In short: You can easily use your own grounded extension cord (also to a grounded socket), a grounding pin or a cable with alligator clip on a central heating pipe, which are always grounded via the boiler. The grounding pin, alligator clip and any grounding distribution boxes can be ordered separately.
In more detail:
- If the distance to a grounded wall socket is greater than 4-5m (the length of the connection cable):
You can easily use astandard grounded extension cord to get closer to a grounded socket. This extension cord must also be in another well-grounded socket, so that contact with the earth is ensured and everything can work optimally for you.
You can also work with our finerextension cable (12m) that you e.g. can attach in the skirting boards, almost invisible.
An ideal solution is to use our handyvoltage free distribution box with standard pin, so that together you have 2 x 5m cord.
You can then connect up to 4 (and more) earthing products and go to the socket with 1 cable.
The advantage of this distribution box is that it only contains the grounding cable and no electricity. So you don't bring any extra voltage closer to your bed. With a regular extension cord you do so.
- With the ground pin outside
An excellent solution is to work with thegrounding pin, if you sleep up to 1 or 2 high.
The fine grounding cable then goes through your window (can still be closed perfectly) and the pin is simply pushed into the ground. The discreet grey cable can then be attached to the facade in a nicer way. This gives perfect grounding in the most natural way. You can then bridge a total of 12m (pin cable) + 5m (product cable) = 17m to ground yourself.
If you want to place 2 grounding products on 1 grounding pin, you need an extrasplitter. For 2 products 3 splitters, etc… You can instead. the splitter also neatly use the abovedistribution box with standard pin to connect multiple items.
The grounding pin: /products/earthing-pin-earthing-rod
- On a pipe of the central heating
You can also easily work with acable with an alligator clip and attach it to a piece of unpainted metal radiator tube (e.g. you can scrape some paint off the back, which may be minimal), because these are also always grounded via the boiler. As long as there is metal (clip) to metal (tube) contact, everything works fine:
To connect multiple grounding products with a clip on a radiator (pipe), it is more convenient to use thedistribution box with alligator clip. You then also have the 5m of your connection cable + 5m of your junction box, so 10m in length, available (instead of 5m of a crocodile clip), should this be necessary.
All of these solutions giveno loss of grounding to your body, are all secured and can easily be measured with the body voltmeter if you wish (e.g. you can return the meter after use for a full refund).