Sonómetros Clase 1 y Clase 2

Sonómetros Clase 1 y Clase 2 - tenemos el instrumentos de medición de ruido ideal para cada aplicación. Especialmente diseñados para ser la ayuda perfecta en cada una de tus tareas.

Nuestra gama de productos va desde los instrumentos sencillos de clase 2, hasta analizadores de espectros de alto nivel en tiempo real y de clase 1, así como soluciones completas para mediciones en la intemperie.

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We supply a wide range of sound measurement devices from low-cost digital noise meters suitable for quick noise measurements, through to Class 1 and Class 2 decibel meters, which are ideal for legally compliant occupational noise measurements and more detailed noise frequency analysis as well as environmental noise monitoring. 

Class 1 (Type 1) & Class 2 (Type 2) Sound Level Meters for all applications including:

  • Type Approved Sound Level Meters to international standards IEC 61672-1:2002 and IEC 61672-2:2003 from the PTB
  • Data Logging Sound Meters with up to 32GB of memory (enough for 1 month of noise and audio measurements)
  • Integrating Sound Level Meters for occupational noise & workplace noise exposure measurements
  • Decibel Level Meters with a dynamic measurement range from 20dB(A) - 140dB(A), C-peak 143dB(C)
  • Octave Band Sound Level Meters for octave band analysis and the selection of hearing PPE & Noise Control
  • High-performance Decibel Meters with real-time 1:1 and 1:3 Octave Bands and Audio Recording for Environmental Noise
  • Noise Frequency Real-time Analyser for detailed acoustic analysis
  • A simple noise meter for basic noise testing applications

Sound Level Meters & Decibel Meters

All of the sound level meters and noise meters in our range of can be supplied as a complete noise measurement kit containing acoustic calibrator, windshield and other essential accessories. The Pulsar Nova Decibel Meters, as well as other selected meters, can also be used with an all-weather outdoor measurement kit which provides protection for the meter and its microphone from the elements and dust, allowing sound intensity measurements to be made over long periods in a variety of environments.