Noise Monitoring Equipment in Rhode Island

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SVAN - Model 971 - Sound Level Meter

by Svantek Ltd.     based in Warszawa, POLAND

SVAN 971 Class 1 Sound Level Meter is an extremely small instrument with options for 1/1 & 1/3 octave analysis. The instrument brings unprecedented state of the art technology to a SLM of this size.The user interface makes both configuration and measurement easier than ever before. For those who don't have time to work with measurement ...

Model SV 104IS - Noise Dosimeter

by Svantek Ltd.     based in Warszawa, POLAND

The SV 104IS is the intrinsically safe version of the revolutionary personal noise dosimeter, the SV 104. Both instruments offer a new approach to occupational health and safety noise monitoring presenting features such as 1/1 octave band real-time analysis and audio events recording functions which are a new quality in an instrument of this size. ...

Extech - Model 407355-KIT-5 - Noise Dosimeter/Datalogger Kit

by MeterMall USA     based in Marysville, OHIO (USA)

Kit includes 5 Personal Noise Dosimeters, Sound Level Calibrator and Carry Case. Kit includes five Noise Dosimeters, one dual-point sound level calibrator (407766) and carry case. Perform OSHA and IEC Noise accumulation surveys. Adjustable Criterion Level, Exchange Rate, and Threshold. Applications include Personal accumulated noise exposure ...

NoiseMeters - Model CEL-350 dBadge™ Series - Noise Dosimeter

by NoiseMeters, Inc.     based in Berkley, MICHIGAN (USA)

The dBadge is a noise dosimeter that mounts on the worker's shoulder, monitoring the noise exposure throughout the working shift. Strong (rubber overmoulded) case. No wires to catch on machinery. Lockable Controls and Display. Measures Lavg, TWA, Leq, LEP,d and Peak. Rechargeable battery with 28 hour life. Time history gives a graph of noise ...

Anechoic Chambers

by IAC Acoustics     based in Winchester, UNITED KINGDOM

IAC is a leading specialist in design/construction of vehicle/component anechoic and semi-anechoic test rooms and environmental, ‘shake and rattle’ and hot engine test facilities.

BlackMAX - Submersible Pumping Systems

by Lindsay Corporation     based in Omaha, NEBRASKA (USA)

The BlackMAX system by Watertronics is the industry's leading High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) submerged pump system. Our unique, patented technology is available in either single or multi-pump configurations and delivers precise flow and pressure to any irrigation or water feature application. Simplex, Duplex, and Triplex models available to ...

icListen - Model LF - Smart Hydrophone

by Ocean Sonics Ltd.     based in Great Village, NOVA SCOTIA (CANADA)

The icListen LF is ultra-low noise and is mostly used for earthquake and tsunami monitoring but is suitable for low power deep-water projects.

PocketEar - Noise Monitoring Equipment

by SoundEar A/S     based in Copenhagen, DENMARK

PocketEar – a pocket-size noisemeter, tells you about the noise level you are exposed to.Take PocketEar out of your pocket and check the noise level. If it is too high, the PocketEar lights up yellow then red.If the device lights up red, then help is right at hand - open PocketEar up and inside you will find a pair of good quality ear plugs ...

SoundBuster - Noise Monitoring Equipment

by SoundEar A/S     based in Copenhagen, DENMARK

The relay, that when used together with SoundEarII,can be used to control any hi-fi systems, lights etc.connected to it.SoundBuster can either disconnect or connect the powersupply when the preset noise limit on the SoundEar IIis exceeded.

SoundEar - Model V - Noise Monitoring Equipment

by SoundEar A/S     based in Copenhagen, DENMARK

Virtual SoundEar for open-plan offices and call-centres.SoundEarV is a little noisemeter that measures the sound level in the area around the desk. When the noise around the desk becomes too loud, a pop-up warning appears on the employee's screen. Attach the noisemeter to the side of the computer screen and connect to the USB-port (see picture). ...

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