The digital sound level meter can detect noise from 45 dB(A) to 160 dB(A), frequency range 10 Hz to 20 kHz, sound level meter has a wide range of applications in transportation, environmental protection, medical and construction fields.
Digital Signal Processing Technology
- The sound decibel meter meets Class 1 standards.
- Advanced digital detection technology, good stability and wide dynamic range.
Overload indication function
- Overload indication, over the measurement range automatically prompt, digital sound level meter is not damaged.
- Single range, wide dynamic range, no need to switch, simple and convenient operation.
The digital sound level meter can be widely used in various machines, vehicles, ships, electrical appliances and other industrial noise measurement and environmental noise measurement, suitable for factory enterprises, architectural design, environmental protection, labor and health, transportation, teaching, medical and health, scientific research and other departments of the sound test field.
Q1: What is a noise detector?
A1: Noise tester is an instrument used for noise detection and testing in public places such as work sites and squares. Factory noise monitoring Noise pollution is one of the environmental pollutions that have a greater impact. Higher decibel noise can even cause serious damage to people's eardrums and cause deafness. The application of the noise tester can provide the decibel that the noise reaches in order to take relevant measures to control and reduce the noise. The measurement unit of the sound level is decibels. The professional noise tester has a highly sensitive sensor, high accuracy, and a wide range of applications. It can be widely used for noise measurement in various environments. Sound level measuring instrument, collectively referred to as sound level meter.
Q2: Sound level meter working principle
A2: The sound level meter uses a microphone to convert the sound into an electrical signal, and then a preamplifier converts the impedance to match the microphone with the attenuator. The amplifier adds the output signal to the weighting network, performs frequency weighting on the signal (or an external filter), and then amplifies the signal to a certain amplitude through the attenuator and amplifier, and sends it to the effective value detector (or external press Level recorder), give the value of the noise level on the indicator head.
Q3: How big is the decibel scale?
A3: Sound is measured in decibels (dB). Whispering is about 30 decibels, normal conversation is about 60 decibels, and motorcycle engines run at about 95 decibels. Noise above 70 decibels for long periods of time may begin to damage your hearing. Loud noises above 120 dB can cause immediate damage to your ears.
Tips: What is the difference between the slow and fast settings of the sound level meter?
Slow: The time constant is 1 second (1000ms). This is the slowest and is commonly used in environmental noise measurements.
Fast: The time constant is 1/8 second (125 ms). This is a less commonly used weighting, but will detect changes in sound level more quickly.
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