Product Specification unless deselected above
|| Noise at Work
|| 1/1 Octaves, 1/3 Octaves, Data Logging
|| Class 2
|| A, C, Z
|Available Outside the UK?
Casella CEL632C Class 2 Noise at Work Meter with 1/3 Octave Bands
This is the Casella CEL632C Class 2 Noise at Work Meter with 1/3 Octave Bands an instrument which can be used for measuring noise and it is capable of simultaneous measurements of all noise parameters within the workplace. It comes as standard to be setup for workplace noise legislation and also has an optional high range microphone that is capable of measuring up to 165 dB. The simple user interface means that it is easy to take and record your noise measurement results. It is also capable of: Simultaneous broadband and frequency measurement, Data markers, Back erase function, Real-time frequency analysis, Single measurement range and Triggered ‘event’ capture. There are advanced automatic timing, time history storage and real-time 1/3 octave band filters, making it suitable for detailed, long-term occupational noise assessments.
- Noise at Work Measurements
- Hearing Protector Checks (SNR, HML and Octave Band methods)
- Real-Time Octave and 1/3 Octave Band Filters
- Data Logging with detailed Time History store
- Voice Notes and Audio Recording
- Automatic On/Off Timers
- Measures Leq, Lepd, Min, Max, etc. Simultaneously
- Range: 20 to 140 dB(A)
- Back Erase to remove unwanted noise events
- Data Markers
The Insight Software.
This software enables you to download noise measurements from the CEL600 series sound level meters and the dBadge range of noise dosemeters. when the measurements are once downloaded you can view them in a graphical or tabular format. These then can be allocated to a person, place or process and reports can be generated. As the Insight software works with the CEL620, 630 and dBadge (CEL350) series meters, you will only have to learn one package and only create the database for your entries once.
Instrument Configuration and Download.
Any new measurements will be immediately detected and downloaded when a meter is connected to the computer (typically via the USB port). Alongside downloading measurements, the software will also show the meter's calibration information which can be used to configure the meter's settings.