PM and Magnetic Fields in RV or Camper Van
I have read the manual for my Boston Sci PM and am acquainted with the cautions and distances recommended. But some things aren't addressed.
We have an RV that we use from time to time but want to downsize to a Class B camper van. After a lot of online research we are finding that most vans (and some RVs) have the battery bank under the bed(s).
Using an EF/RF/EMF meter in our RV I discovered that the only time the meter registered a magnetic field above recommended limits was when I got near the battery bank. Due to Covid I haven't been able to take the meter to check out a van. But I know that there are a lot of electronics packed into the high tech Class B vans.
Has anyone dealt with this issue? We don't want to make an expensive mistake.