EMP Shield is very happy to announce that we now offer payment plans. Added as a payment option by popular demand from thousands of customers, Klarna payment options will enable our customers the option to split their payments into 4x installments. This option will require no money up front and is interst free.


How to Use Our BUY NOW, PAY LATER Payment Option:

1.  After You have added items into your cart, you will proceed to the checkout page.

2.  On the checkout page there is now a payment option available for BUY NOW, PAY LATER.

3.  Select that option and enter your credit card information. That’s all you need to do!

You will not be required to pay the first installment until the product is shipped.

The remaining payments will be collected every 2x weeks after the product is shipped. 


Thank you so much to everyone who has requested this feature and we hope you take advantage of this risk free payment option!


If you have any other suggestions for payment options or have questions about EMP Shield please be sure to let us know below in the comments. 

Did you know that EMP Shield is now shipping internationally!

If you are Canadian or a US Resident, you can use any of the models listed below. 

If you operate on the European electrical system, click here 


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Electromagnetic Pulse or EMP and the E1, E2 and E3 Components

Electromagnetic Pulse or EMP and the E1, E2 and E3 Components

E1 vs E2 vs E3, Oh My!
When a Nuclear Weapon is detonated in the atmosphere it produces Gamma Radiation which ionizes atoms in the upper atmosphere. This is typically part of the E1 Pulse. In this article we will look at the three types of energy pulse created during an Electromagnetic Pulse or EMP.

E1 Pulse – Like a thief in the night…
The E1 pulse is the very fast component of nuclear EMP. E1 is a brief but intense electromagnetic field that induces high voltages in electrical conductors. E1 causes most of its damage by causing electrical breakdown voltages to be exceeded. E1 can destroy computers and communications equipment and it changes too quickly ( several nanoseconds) for ordinary surge protectors to provide effective protection from it. Fast-acting surge protectors (acting in less than 1-10 nanoseconds) will block the E1 pulse, like those produced by www.empshield.com of Burlington, Kansas.

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