Locate outlet closest to your bed and plug in included receptacle tester. If your outlet is properly wired, you should see 2 yellow lights light up (i.e “Correct” setting). If an outlet does not show correct reading, try testing another outlets around your bed area as they may still be properly wired.
Attach included black grounding cord with a snap to the grounding sheet/mat. Plug the other end of the cord into the GROUND port of the outlet.
Place your grounding sheet over your own sleeping sheet, closer towards the lower part of the bed. To get best grounding results your skin has to touch the fabric during your sleep.
How to check conductivity of grounding sheet using your digital multi-meter
Connect the multi-meter's probes to the main body of the meter. Red goes in the positive receptacle, marked with "Volt." Black goes in the negative or ground terminal, marked with "COM."
Turn the multi-meter to the lowest AC voltage range available. AC voltage is labeled as either "VAC" or "V~."
To conduct test properly, we need to increase the visibility of body voltage flowing through your body (it’s not harmful at all). With one hand, pick up a charging phone cable that is plugged into the outlet and with the other hand hold on to the metal part of the Red probe. You will see multi-meter show your body voltage immediately. This is how much static electricity is flowing currently via the charging cable and through your body
Snap on the grounding cable included in the kit, to the fabric and plug it into the Ground/Earth part of outlet. Connect the multi-meter's Black probe to the alligator clamp and clip it to the grounding fabric as well.
* Although pictures shows Grey carbon-fiber fabric, same testing procedures apply to any conductive fabrics we sell.
Without releasing neither cable nor multi-meter probe, touch the fabric with either hand. Your body voltage should be near zero. This is an indication that your fabric is completely grounded and your body gets rid of static electricity.