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This low cost and easy-to-use dosimeter is ideal for personal accumulated noise exposure measurement, workplace noise assessment and OSHA compliance surveys. Unit measure sound levels from 70-140dB and features adjustable criterion level, exchange rate and threshold level. Datalogger stores up to five dosimeter surveys. Data stored includes start/stop time, percentage dose, TWA and peak flags. Windows® compatible software can be used to control setup, retrieve stored events or analyze real time measurements. Unit measure 4.2"L X 2.5"W X 1.3"D and includes a belt clip, clip-on microphone, mini screwdriver, software, computer cables and adaptor, four AAA batteries and carrying case.
Perform basic noise level surveys and calculate noise levels. Calibrator calibrates and verifies sound level meter operation. Unit works with Extech #'s 13761-13764, 25905, 25947, 25948, 25950
This sound level meter with PC interface has a large backlit display, PC interface, and background sound absorber for noise measurements with high ambient noise levels. It features A/C weighting, fast/slow response time, min/max, and analog AC/DC outputs for connection to a recorder. Complete with microphone wind screen, 9V battery, and case.
This two range meter measures ranges from 35-100dB and 65-130dB. The data hold and max hold functions allow for the display of current and highest readings. Backlit display makes for easy viewing in low-light areas. Unit measures 8.2"H X 2.1"W X 1.25"D and comes with a microphone windscreen and 9-volt battery. Order a Calibrator (#25951) to calibrate and verify sound level meter operation.
Perform basic noise level surveys and calculate noise levels with these sound level meters by Extech®.
Measure sound levels from 30-130dB with an accuracy of +/- 1.5dB. Meter records readings with a date and time stamp and has data logging capability up to 20,000 records. Unit measures 10.9"H X 3"W X 2"D and comes with Windows-compatible software, cable, windscreen, tripod, 9-volt battery and hard carrying case. Order a Calibrator (#25951) to calibrate and verify sound level meter operation.
Noise Meters measures the intensity of sound at a given moment. A Dosimeter is typically worn by an employee to measure the accumulation of their noise exposure over a work shift.