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ZE: 908 Acoustic Interface – The simple way to integrate noise measurements in industrial settings


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Cirrus Environmental, a leading specialist in the design and manufacture of environmental noise monitoring solutions provide a specially designed acoustic interface, ZE: 908, which allows users to add a noise measurement capability to an existing process control system.

The ZE: 908 is a small, lightweight power supply and acoustic conditioning unit for microphone preamplifiers, it is ideal as a front-end for data logging and analysis systems where a simple and accurate acoustic input is required as an interface between an acoustic transducer and a process monitoring system. The ZE: 908 is ideal for use alongside process sensors that are strategically placed around industrial plants so that environmental impact and efficiency can be monitored and managed safely in real time.

With front panel indicators showing configuration and output status, live noise levels can be displayed and stored using your own system software, eliminating the need to install third party software, where the complexity of extra software systems or security could be an issue.

The ZE: 908 can be used with the Cirrus MV: 200 microphone preamplifiers and MK: 170 outdoor microphone units. With a choice of output signals including; 4-20mA alongside AC and DC voltage outputs, the ZE: 908 is unlike any other conventional sound level meter.

This acoustic interface converts noise levels in decibels into an industry standard 4-20mA output, which can be fed directly into a SCADA-type control system.

With simple mounting and installation, this means the ZE: 908 is ideal for organisations looking for quick deployment of noise measurement inside the workplace environment, for longer term outdoor noise measurement, the MK: 427 NoiseSensor is the ideal solution.

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