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Buying Noise Measurement Equipment: how to cut costs, not quality


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At a time when budgets are under strain, the Pulsar Model 14, ultra-simple digital sound level meter offers a compliant, reliable, yet affordable noise meter. It is the preferred choice of employers looking for a meter for general purpose use whilst meeting the “Noise at Work” Regulations and the requirements of IEC 61672 to Class 2.  The Model 14 retails at £260.00 and provides an ideal solution for the measurement and checks of vehicle noise, workplace noise, fire alarms, and audible warning systems.  It can be used also during the installation of sound systems.

  • Simple and easy to use for basic noise level measurement and spot checks
  • dB(A) & dB(C) Frequency Weightings
  • Fast Time Weighting with Maximum Hold (LAFmax or LCFmax)
  • Measurement range of 35dB(A) to 130dB(A)
  • Windshield included as standard

Noise levels can be checked quickly and simply, through the instrument’s large and easy-to-read display, which shows the Sound Level (SPL) with the standard dB(A) frequency weighting.  Also included is the dB(C) frequency weighting.

The ‘A’ weighting filter is the internationally recognised method of replicating the response of the human ear to noise, making the Model 14 the ideal tool for basic noise risk assessments.

The instrument can be calibrated for compliance, using the Pulsar Model 106 Acoustic Calibrator, when used for industrial noise checks.

The meter is supplied with a 24 month warranty, operating manual, certificate of calibration, battery, calibration screwdriver and windshield.

Like most of Pulsar noise meter range, the Model 14 can be ordered as a complete measurement kit, which includes all the accessories needed to carry out noise measurement.

The Pulsar Model 14: Compliant, Easy to Use and Low cost.  The sound investment.

Find out more about the Pulsar Model 14 digital sound level meter and its acoustic calibrator by contacting our team at info@pulsarinstruments.com   To find out more about Pulsar Noise meters and other products, visit www.pulsarinstruments.com

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