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.
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.
Meets ANSI and IEC 651 Type 2 standards
Background noise absorber for machine noise measurements filters ambient noise
30 to 130dB measurement range with ±1.5dB accuracy
Large display with backlighting and analog bargraph
MIN/MAX, Auto/Manual Ranging
Analog AC/DC outputs for connection to a recorder
RS-232 interface for capturing data directly on a PC
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.
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.