A sound level meter is the perfect choice when measuring noise pollution within any industry. We stock a wide range of noise and sound level meters from leading manufactures such as Quest and Casella. All of our equipment is designed to meet the strict requirements of acoustic standards and regulations. With multiple options and models available, you can guarantee we have a sound level meter to fit your exact need.
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The SoundPro™ DL's powerful feature set makes it easy to document and analyze noise exposures. This hand-held instrument includes two virtual sound level meters to take full or third octave band real-time measurements while simultaneously measuring broadband sound and features time history data logging with 1 second to 60 minute intervals.
The Casella CEL 360 (sound level meter) data logging personal noise dosimeter is one of the most versatile noise-sampling instruments available to hire. It is the ideal rental instrument for the professional occupational hygienist or healthand safety manager who wants to know whether the overall limit was exceeded during a working day (TWA). The data logging history profile function adds the vital information to the run data by storing the changing pattern of noise levels to show exactly when significant event occurred making this the perfect sound level meter for dosimeter applications. Intrinsically safe and ATEX certified, the CEL-360/IS an ideal sound level survey rental instrument for use in hazardous areas such as mines, printing works, petrochemical plants and other areas that require area noise monitoring.
The Casella CEL-490 sound level meter is the perfect rental solution for environmental noise applications. The CEL-490 noise analyzer allows Broadband, octave and 1/3 octave monitoring in addition to a dynamic 140 dB measurement range. The 2Mb onboard memory stores time history as well as the measured parameters. Typical applications include boundary noise monitoring, impact assessments, sound pressure monitoring, transport noise studies and sound power determination making this the ideal sound level meter for your rental and hire solution.
This product is has an optional Environmental Kit Case. Casella CEL’s 490 environmental system is designed to give protection from the elements for medium or long term unattended monitoring. Whether simple or in-depth measurements are required, an appropriate meter from the CEL-450/490 range can be selected for the application. The system is completely stand-alone, with the internal battery lasting up to 10 days. The microphone is covered by an acoustically transparent rain shield that also prevents noise measurements being effected by wind noise - attached as related item on right.
The CEL-633 is an easy to use instrument designed to undertake the measurement requirements of workplace and environmental noise. It also complies with the latest IEC and ANSI international standards for sound level meters. Just switch on the instrument, auto-calibrate and start measuring with one of the predefined views. Regardless of the view selected, all data is measured and stored simultaneously so no mistakes can be made.
By implementing the latest digital technology, the meter has a single measurement range so no range adjustment is required, ensuring the highest levels of performance with all noise sources. Models are available for both environmental and/or occupational noise with the availability of frequency analysis and advance functions such as data markers, timers and logging of time history data. Even with such advanced functionality, the CEL-630 Series remains very simple to use.
Audio recording is a standard feature of the CEL-633, all models having a voice notes capability. This allows you to speak into the microphone before or after a measurement in order to annotate the result, so you don’t need to write things down. Data can also be ‘marked’ during a measurement to signify either an anomalous or significant event and audio is also recorded for later noise source identification. If the instrument is used for unattended measurements, audio recording can be triggered by a condition such as a given level being exceeded for a period of time. In this case additional data will be collected along with the audio. This can be especially useful where the noise source of interest is transient.
The Casella CEL-480 Type 1 Sound Level Meters are used for a broad range of applications. The instrument offers broadband, octave or one-third octave frequencies, so it is ideal for common noise measurement problems, including general environmental and transportation surveys, noise control analysis, industrial site boundary noise levels, envrironmental audits and product noise assessments.
The Casella CEL-480 Type 1 and Type 2 Sound Level Meters are used for a broad range of applications. The instrument offers broadband, octave or one-third octave frequencies, so it is ideal for common noise measurement problems, including general environmental audits and product noise assessments. The meter features a 70 dB dynamic range adjustable in 10 dB steps, allowing the user to set the most appropriate range for measurement. Frequency analysis includes full octaves and one-third octave bands.
The Model 2800 is a rugged Type 2 integrating sound level meter that provides comprehensive data for occupational and environmental noise measurements. The meter displays and prints sound level, integrated sound level, maximum and minimum level, SEL, peak and impulse readings. The Quest 2800 outputs directly to almost any serial printer to provide exceedance level charts. When used with the Quest octave band filter sets, the 2800 also prints each octave or one-third octave band reading from memory.
The Quest 2900 is an advanced sound level meter which performs a wide variety of acoustical measurements. Both exponential averaged and time integrated measurements may be made, with the capability of either internal or external data logging. The output of an independently weighted peak detector may also be displayed or logged. Applications include laboratory, industrial, community and audiometric measurement and analysis. The user ultimately controls what is logged, displayed, and printed; select from SPL, LAVG, TWA, max, min, LDN, CNEL, Pa2Hrs, SEL, exceedance levels and time information. Manual, automatic, or threshold-triggered studies provide the user with versatile control. The 2900 provide fast, slow, peak and impulse response with A, C, or linear weighting.