Q:  How does the eLink Protection Device technology work?
A:  eLink Protection Devices use the same technology that is used to protect computer CPUs. Without protection, a computer's CPU would not be able to function due to all the conflicting EMF radiation. Computer manufacturers have been using this technology for decades, but it wasn't until recently that we have begun using that same technology to protect ourselves.  

Q:  How often should the eLink Protection Devices be replaced? 
A:  All eLink Protection Devices should be replaced approximately every 2 years for maximized protection. 

Q: Can the black cording on the Pendant be replaced with a gold or silver chain?
A: The Pendant and Pocket Protection Devices can be worn on any type of necklace - silver, gold, cloth, etc. 

Q: What are the Pendant and Pocket Protection Device stones made of?
A: The stones are made of the same proprietary material that is used to protect computer CPUs.

Q:  How do you apply the Cell Phone Protection Devices?
A:  To apply the Cell Phone Protection Device, first clean the surface of your phone or tablet. Then simply peel the protection device from the paper, and apply to the back of your phone or tablet.  

Q:  Do these Protection Devices interfere with electronic devices or WIFI signals?
A:  No, all of your electronics will continue to function as normal and will have no bearing on your WIFI signal.  

Q:  Is it necessary to clean the EMF Neutralizing Products?
A:  It is not necessary to clean any of the eLink EMF Neutralizing Products. However,  if you feel the need to clean them, you can do so using mild soap and water.  

Q:  How many square feet of coverage is provided by the Whole House Plug?
A:  Up to a 1500 sq. ft. radius. or 500 sq. meters. 

QDoes the Whole House Plug have an indicator light?
A:  The North American Plug does not have any type of indicator light.  The International Plug, however, is accompanied by a worldwide adapter that does have an indicator light.  This indicator light is red and will be illuminated when the unit is in use. 

Q:  If the Whole House Plug is plugged into an outlet that is operated by a switch, does the switch have to be turned on?
A:  Yes, the switch needs to be in the “on” position for the plug to work.