Addition of 'Voice Recording' functionality allows user to annotate a measurement and eliminate the need for written notes.
Following the launch earlier this year of its ground breaking CEL-630 series of exciting new sound level meters, Casella CEL (www.casellameasurement.com; 01234 844100), has made a number of enhancements that will further improve one of the smallest devices of its kind currently available in the market place.
Among the latest modifications is the addition of ‘Audio Recording’, which has a number of uses and applications including the ability to record voice notes before or after a measurement, allowing the operator to annotate a measurement without needing to write anything down.
In addition, ‘Data Markers’ allow information to be marked when downloaded and the corresponding audio to be captured, either because the operator wishes to note something of significance or to remove extraneous noises.
Another new feature is the ability for events to be triggered from a set decibel level, particularly useful during unattended noise monitoring where it is of interest when noise reaches a certain level. Events on the CEL-630 can be triggered from multiple parameters and conditions and the audio is stored with the event.
For added convenience, all audio recordings can be played back via headphones or downloaded to a PC.
Quick and easy to use the ‘switch on and go’ units’ are available in a range of models, some with voice notes, others with fully triggered events, in order to meet customers’ different requirements and budgets.
Incorporating the latest digital technology, the CEL-630 has a single measurement range of up to 140dB, with no set-up adjustment required when obtaining and viewing different noise parameters.
Tim Turney, Market Manager at Casella Measurement says:
“The CEL-630 range is designed to accurately measure environmental, industrial and other occupational noise levels. With these latest enhancements, it provides an even more competitive option for use in a wide range of noise monitoring situations to ensure compliance with the requirements of noise measurement protocols.”