Noise Dosimeters Articles

  • The Measure Issue 10 Autumn 2016 – The Cirrus Research Newsletter

    The latest issue of The Measure, the Cirrus Research newsletter is now available for download. In this issue we’ve covered: The new doseBadge5 Noise Dosimeter with a history and timeline of the doseBadge family A case study for the Optimus Green Sound Level Meter and the Invictus Environmental Noise Monitor at the Classical Haçienda ...


    By Cirrus Research plc

  • Introducing Octave Band Filters for the doseBadge5 Noise Dosimeter

    We’re pleased to announce that the Cirrus doseBadge5 Noise Dosimeter now includes 1:1 Octave Band Filters as standard*, adding to the already comprehensive set of measurement data that the unique doseBadge5 can provide. The doseBadge5 is already the best specified dosimeter available with multiple measurement channels, comprehensive data logging, ...


    By Cirrus Research plc

  • Visit Cirrus at A+A 2017 and see the new doseBadge5 Noise Dosimeter

    Cirrus Research will be presenting a number of new and exciting additions to the existing range at the A+A Exhibition in October 2017. On stand 6C51 will be the new doseBadge5 Noise Dosimeter and the Optimus Sound Level Meters which together provide a complete solution for both occupational and environmental noise measurements. A+A 2017 will be the first opportunity for visitors to see ...


    By Cirrus Research plc

  • doseBadge – 20 Years of Evolutionary Success

    In 1996 Cirrus pioneered the first doseBadge Noise Dosimeter. 20 years later and we are preparing to launch the fifth generation. The philosophy of the doseBadge is to eliminate cables, controls and buttons. This reduces the risk of damage, tampering, weight and service costs for the user. This philosophy will never change. Today, Cirrus has sold more than 20,000 doseBadges to help companies ...


    By Cirrus Research plc

  • Noise in the Animal Shelter Environment: Building Design and the Effects of Daily Noise Exposure

    Sound levels in animal shelters regularly exceed 100 dB. Noise is a physical stressor on animals that can lead to behavioral, physiological and anatomical responses. There are currently no policies regulating noise levels in dog kennels. The objective of this study was to evaluate the noise levels dogs are exposed to in an animal shelter on a continuous basis and to determine the need, if any. ...


    By Troy Acoustics Corporation

  • I Need A Noise Dosimetry Survey. What Do I Do?

    Employees in noisy workplaces are at risk of permanent damage to their hearing. For a noisy workplace, establishing a Hearing Conservation Program is imperative to protecting both employee health and employer liability. Where to start? Sometimes, determining the appropriate type of protection for each employee can be tricky, because individual employees may have varying levels of exposure to ...

  • Canarina CUSTIC software · noise dosimeters and modeling · introduction 5

    Noises are irregular and disordered vibrations including all possible frequencies. The intensity of a sound I can be expressed in decibels with the standard equation: L=10 log(I/I0) where I0 is the quietest sound most people can hear, the threshold of hearing 10-12Wm-2.  When the ratio is between ...

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