IMPORTANT: Please note that you must now log in with your email address and not your username! My question is, wouldn't a gun safe provide the same level of protection a metal garbage can would?
Although not an expert, my brother seemed to think the seal on the gun safe door would be tight enough to protect from an EMP blast. The issue with EMP damage usually (not always) revolves around wires acting as an antenna to collect the charge and zap the electronics in question. Originally Posted By aeropilot4fun: Seems to me that a gun safe is an expensive way to store things against EMP. One of the scarier survival events that preppers need to be concerned about is an attack involving a High-altitude ElectroMagnetic Pulse, also called HEMP.  All nuclear weapons create EMP, but when detonated high in the atmosphere, the EMP generated is so massive that it can destroy electronics and permanently knock out the power grid across the entire country. However, unlike EMP, a CME event does not destroy electronic devices, unless they happen to be connected to the power grid or long lines that will collect the induced current.  For more on the differences between EMP and CME, you can read about it here. One test involved being on top of a mountain that was filled with radio antennas.  The collective power of all these radio towers was 9,000,000 watts of RF (Radio Frequency) energy!  Another test was standing at the base of a 50,000 watt AM station. This means that you should be able to easily protect your electronic gear from EMP simply by wrapping it in aluminum foil.  I also found that placing the foil-wrapped radio inside a galvanized steel trash can greatly increased the effectiveness of the shielding. There needs to be a minimum of 3 layers of aluminum foil completely surrounding the device. When you wrap your electronic device, it’s important to prevent it from touching the foil.
If the device has a removable battery, remove it and store it separately.  The last thing you want is to find out that the batteries leaked and ruined the equipment that you went to so much trouble to protect.
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For Anne, battery backups, solar power tied to battery banks and generators will still run a lot of electronic equipment.
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When it comes to expensive optics, I would think its pretty safe from EMP, though I'd might inquire with Aimpoint as to any testing with regard to effects.
BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA, your brother might want to get his money back for that "electrical engineer" degree. Because of this, many preppers are interested in EMP protection measures for their electronics. Followed closely, I think, by how to manage those devices that don’t have removable batteries, but you want to store anyway. There has been no hard-core conclusive testing on vehicles, so a lot of what scientists and engineers talk about are only educated guesses. The problem arises in the fact that I am not so sure modern day gasoline pumps have manual capabilities. Few of us stop to consider what would happen if there were a sudden failure of all personal electronics and a collapse of the power grid. External influences such as solar flares, natural disasters and cyber warfare may cause interruptions in power service that can only worsen the corrosive effects of fluctuating electric current on modern electronic devices. You may not be not be so inclined to have a large metallic Faraday cage with you at all times, these shielding bags are a great choice of use. Batteries will normally not be affected by an EMP if they are separate or disconnected from a circuit pathway, but I store mine in the same place as that of my protected electronics for organizational reasons.
Granted, these are very educated guesses, but there’s enough dispute among them to be able to derive a conclusive answer from it. It’s called the Silent Pocket, which is designed to stop signals from entering an electronic device for the purpose of leaving the device on, but not transferring information or ringing when in important meetings.
Also, I do not know how severe an EMP that occurs might be or how close the source that generated it is. I keep my radios disconnected when not in use and try to keep them stored in a manner that gives them protection. For these devices, I think it’s just a matter of having to have the discipline to take these out every 30 to 60 days and charge them up.
Every circuit board trace, electrical circuit, and wire in your car will act like an antenna and must be enclosed in a Faraday cage to protect from EMP.
This will help to prevent the Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP) from entering the unit and harming the circuits inside the device. Think of the metallic outer shell as if it were an atmosphere, protecting your electronic world. Even if not in the safe, the rifle can act as an antenna, though the electronics are already isolated from the optic case metals already.



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