The Svantek SV971A Sound Meter epitomises everything that Safety and Environmental Health Officers need in a Sound Meter. Capable of taking measurements that meet both the Control of Noise at Work Regulations 2005 and the Environmental Noise Standard BS4142, the SV971A is one of the best value sound meters on the market.
|Measurement Parameters||Dose, Ln, Leq|
|Weightings||A, C, Z|
|Application||Noise at Work|
|Noise Features||1/3 Octaves, 1/1 Octaves, Data Logging|
|Available Outside the UK?||No|
The SV971A is a small Class 1 sound level meter with options for 1/1 and 1/3 octave analysis. The instrument’s user interface makes both configuration and measurement easier than ever before. It offers extremely simple operational mode with Start/Stop only making it the ideal choice for many applications including industrial hygiene noise, short term environmental noise and general noise measurements performed by acoustic consultants or technical engineers.
Harnessing technology combined with a thoughtful insight into how people use it is the key to product development. The SV971A epitomises these concepts bringing state of the art electronics and a clear user-interface to the world of sound level meters.
The result is a very small instrument (only 56mm wide and 20mm thin), with a full range of measurement capabilities including optional 1/1 and 1/3 octave band analysis for a greater understanding of the frequency content of the noise you are measuring. Not only this, but there is a colour display, micro-SD memory card expansion and up to 24 hours running time. All this comes in a package that only weighs 225g.
Another remarkable feature is the built-in self-vibration monitoring which provides information about level of vibration that influences the measurement results.
It also provides broadband results with all required weighting filters plus 1/1 octave and 1/3 octave band filters. They also have time-history logging capability which provides broadband results and spectra with adjustable logging steps. Triggered audio recording is also available whilst logging complete functionality. Data is stored on a microSD card and can be easily downloaded to a PC using the provided SvanPC++ software over either USB or RS 232 interfaces.
The SV971A can also be easily calibrated in the field by using an acoustic calibrator. If you insert the microphone into a calibrator it automatically activates the calibration process and the calibration history is automatically logged. The new PC software, the Supervisor, will help owners of the Svan 971 to organise data from a number of measurements and create measurement reports in a quicker and more efficient way than they’ve ever been before.
Please Note - This product is available in the UK only
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|Standards Class 1||IEC 61672-1:2002|
|Weighting Filters||A,B, C, Z|
|Time Constants||Slow, Fast, Impulse|
|RMS Detector||Digital True RMS detector with Peak detection, resolution 0.1 dB|
|Microphone||ACO 7052E, 35 mV/Pa, prepolarised 1/2” condenser microphone|
|Calibration||Automatic calibration @ 114 dB/1 kHz|
|Linear Operating Range||25 dBA RMS ÷ 140 dBA Peak (in accordance to IEC 61672)|
|Total Dynamic Measurement Range||15 dBA RMS ÷ 140 dBA Peak (typical from noise floor to the maximum level)|
|Internal Noise Level||less than 15 dBA RMS|
|Dynamic Range||>110 dB|
|Frequency Range||10 Hz ÷ 20 kHz|
|Meter Mode Results||SPL, Leq, SEL, Lden, Ltm3, Ltm5, LMax, LMin, LPeak plus “running Leq” up to 60 minutes.|
|Statistics||Ln (L1-L99), complete histogram in meter mode|
|Data Logger||Time-history logging of summary results, spectra with adjustable double logging steps down to 100 s|
|Audio Recording||Audio events recording, trigger and continuous mode, 12 kHz sampling rate, wav format (option)|
|Voice Comments||Audio records on demand, created before or after measurement, added to measurement file|
|Noise Dosemeter Mode Results||SPL, Leq, SEL, LPeak, Dose, D-8h, Lav, SEL8, PSEL, E, E-8h, TWA, ’Peak Counter’ and more Exchange Rate 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 (option)|
|Sound Analyser 1/1 Octave Analysis||Real-time analysis meeting Type 1 requirements of IEC 61260, centre frequencies from 31.5 Hz to 16 kHz (option) available simultaneously with three profiles for broadband measurements (SLM), time-history|
|Sound Analyser 1/3 Octave Analysis||Real-time analysis meeting Type 1 requirements of IEC 61260, centre frequencies from 20 Hz to 20 kHz (option) available simultaneously with three profiles for broadband|
|Ingress Protection Rating||IP 65 (excluding microphone)|
|Input||Preamplifier (60 UNS thread)|
|Memory||MicroSD card 4 GB (removable & upgradeable)|
|Display||Colour 96 x 96 pixels OLED type|
|Keyboard||8 push buttons|
|Communication Interfaces||USB 2.0 client, RS 232 cable (optional)|
|Power Supply||Four AAA alkaline or rechargeable NiMH batteries, operation time 16 h ÷ 24 h (depending on usage), USB interface 100 mA|
|Environmental Conditions||Temperature from -10 oC to 50 oC, Humidity up to 95 % RH, non-condensed|
|Physical Characteristics||Dimensions 232.5mm x 56 x 20mm (including microphone and preamplifier)|
|Weight||Approx. 225 grams with batteries|
This piece of advanced software supports Svantek measuring instruments. Each Svantek device is is easy to use and a complete measuring systems because of the functionalities and extended capabilities in this advanced application. The software has been divided for several specialised modules by distinguishing application fields in order to give users the perfectly customised, powerful and sophisticated tool. The functions provided by the main module include measurement data downloading from instruments to PC, measurement setups creating, basic Leq/RMS recalculation, measurement results in text, tabular and graphical format, export data to spread sheets or text editor applications.Features include: