Electromagnetic pulses (EMPs) can cause serious damage to electronic devices, and it's important to be prepared for the possibility of an EMP attack. The best way to protect your home and equipment is to install an EMP surge protector in your breaker box. This will help protect your electronics from any potential EMPs. A Faraday container is also a great way to ensure that you can still communicate via radio, generate power, and store digital information in the event of an EMP attack.
The Survival Mom has some great advice on why you should consider protecting some of your devices from EMPs. When it comes to vehicles, contrary to popular belief, most cars and trucks can be restarted after an EMP attack. Bradley has conducted extensive tests on the effects of EMPs on vehicles and other electronic devices, and has even developed a device to protect a home's electrical system from an EMP. The EMP Commission conducted a comprehensive study to determine the impact of an EMP in the United States and determined that most cars could survive an EMP.
The effects of an EMP on phones can vary depending on the intensity of the EMP and the distance from the source. Solar EMPs are much more likely than any other type of man-made EMP, but a solar storm cannot generate the types of high-frequency EMPs needed to destroy small electronic devices such as those found in cars. If you're looking for ways to protect your home from an EMP attack, consider investing in an EMP Shield. This device will help protect your home's electrical system from any potential disruptions caused by an EMP.
Additionally, make sure you have all the necessary supplies stored away in a Faraday container so that you can still communicate via radio, generate power, and store digital information in the event of an attack. For more detailed information about why you should consider protecting some of your devices from EMPs, watch The Survival Mom's video. With the right preparation and knowledge, you can ensure that your home is protected from any potential EMP attacks.