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Defibrillator/pacemaker affected by device measuring capacitance?

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BWilder
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Feb27-11, 08:52 PM
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would a 1.5 volt electronic device that measures capacitance to turn on or off a regulator that controls water flow affect a defibrillator or pacemaker?
Another way to ask this,
A kitchen faucet that is touch sensitive would be safe or not safe for a heart patient who has defibrillator and pacemaker?
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