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NoiseTools 1.8 is now available – Find out what’s new in the Cirrus NoiseTools software

NoiseTools 1.8 is now available for download

We’re pleased to announce that the new version of NoiseTools, the Cirrus software that is supplied with our noise measurement instruments, is available for download. This new version is v1.8.0 and can be downloaded, free of charge, from the Cirrus Website. This new version of NoiseTools incorporates a number of updates and enhancements over the previous version, v.1.7.2, as follows: Read More…

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[How to] Why Do You Need to Calibrate Your Noise Measurement Equipment?

Why do you need to calibrate your noise measurement equipment?

If you are using your noise measurement instruments to meet any Standards, Regulations or Guidelines, it is essential that your equipment is measuring accurately. Most modern standards, regulations of guidelines will clearly state the standards to which the equipment must comply.

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The dBLink App is now available for iOS & Android

The dBLink is now available for iOS & Android

The dBLink App for the New doseBadge5 noise dosimeter is now available for iOS devices as well as for Android. The dBLink App supports the doseBadge⁵ Noise Dosimeters and allows measurements to be controlled and configured wirelessly. Measurement data can be viewed live (mid-shift readings) and all stored measurements can be displayed. dBLink App Features Include: Control multiple doseBadge⁵ noise dosimeters Read More…

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What is an Anechoic Chamber and How Quiet Can It Be?

What is an Anechoic Chamber and How Quiet Can It Be?

One of the things that we often talk about when we’re running our CPTC (Cirrus Product Training Courses) is how our hearing works and we often end up talking about how, if there’s no ambient sound, we can feel uncomfortable and can become disoriented very quickly. One of the best (or maybe the worst) places to experience this is in an Read More…

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LNE Type Approval to IEC 61672-1:2013 & IEC 61260:1995 for the Optimus Red & Optimus Green

Cirrus Optimus LNE Approval to the new sound level meter standards

We’re pleased to announce that the Class 1 Optimus Green and Class 1 Optimus Red Sound Level Meters have passed the latest round of Type Approval Tests and have been certified as meeting the latest version of the sound level meter standard, IEC 61672-1:2013 (and the corresponding NF EN 61672-1:2014 publication). The instruments have been tested and certified by the LNE, Read More…

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NoiseTools v1.6.4 is now available

The latest version of the Cirrus NoiseTools software is now available. Version 1.6.4 of NoiseTools incorporates a number of updates and enhancements over version v.1.6.3 including enchanced support for reports and the combined measurement report generator. Also included in this release are a number of updates to help support older instruments such as the CR:800C and CR:260A Series. Users of Read More…

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