A sound level sensor, commonly referred to as a sound level metre or decibel metre, is a tool used to gauge how loud or intense a sound is in a certain setting. The sensor functions by turning sound waves into an electrical signal, which is processed to produce a numerical value of the sound level in decibels (dB).
In order to monitor noise levels and make sure that safety requirements are being followed, sound level sensors are frequently employed in industrial, environmental, and occupational contexts. They can also be applied in scientific studies to examine how noise pollution affects people’s health and wellbeing.
Sound level sensors come in a variety of forms, including handheld metres, moveable devices, and fixed installations. Further characteristics that certain sensors might include include data logging, real-time monitoring, and Bluetooth connectivity enabling control from a distance and data analysis.
Global sound level sensor market accounted for $XX Billion in 2022 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2024 to 2030.
THE NEW LAUNCH!With a backlit 3 1/2-digit display, data hold, Min/Max, Slow/Fast response, and 1.5 dB accuracy, the digital sound level metre ranges from 30 dB to 130 dB.
The Metravi ET-99SL Digital Sound Level Meter was created to satisfy the measuring needs of sound quality control, health and industrial safety departments, and safety engineers in a variety of settings,ranges between 31.5Hz and 8kHz, between 30dB and 130dB.
Applicable Standards: IEC61672-1 CLASS 2.Frequency between 31.5Hz and 8kHz.Level measurement range: 30 to 130 dB.Frequency A Weighting.Miniature electret condenser microphone, 1/2 inch.LCD with 3-1/2 digits.0.1dB resolution.Data Display Up: 0.5 seconds.
Time Fast (125mS), slow weighting (1000mS).Precision: 1.5 dB (at 1kHz, Standard-Audioquelle).Alarm Mechanism.Min/Max Auto Power Off Records.Hold Data.Tripod-mountable
The metres’ outer case is made of die-cast aluminium, which provides the utmost robustness and dependability required by heavy industries including engineering, manufacturing, construction, and transportation while requiring the least amount of training. There are conventional measurement kits and longer-term outdoor monitoring systems for the Pulsar Nova metres.
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