The latest version of the Cirrus NoiseTools software is now available for download. This new version of NoiseTools incorporates a number of updates and enhancements over the previous version v.1.6.4, including support the new doseBadge5 Noise Dosimeter and a new format for audio storage, as well as a number of updates and enhancements.
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…
Do you have questions about noise measurement that Google or Wikipedia just can’t seem to answer? Ask The Noise Doctor. I’ll be giving answers to our most frequently asked questions and in this article I’ll be covering battery life in the Optimus Sound Level Meter range.
Whenever you buy a new piece of equipment, you always need Product Support. You want to be able contact the manufacturer and get the help you need. It is exactly the same here at Cirrus Research. Did you know you can contact us directly for any hardware or software problems you are facing? If not, here’s now.
When you invest in a Trojan Noise Nuisance Recorder, we also include our NoiseTools software. This makes it easy for you to download, analyse, playback and share your measurement data. To help you get the most out of NoiseTools, we’ve created a series of video tutorials to guide you through different aspects of the software. Watch them here.
We’ve added a number of new features and functions to NoiseTools v1.6.1 to help make analysis and reporting easier for our Trojan Noise Nuisance Users. Take a look at these 5 new features and learn some handy tips for upgrading.
The most advanced environmental noise monitors can measure more than 100 different noise parameters at the same time. Each parameter can tell you something different the environmental noise you’re monitoring. How do you remember what all this noise terminology means and what it does?
Introducing new nuisance noise monitoring equipment can be challenging forÂ Local Councils, Housing Associations and Environmental Health Officers. You can have large teams working over multiple locations and at different times. That’s why we’ve come up with a simple training solution for your team and the Trojan2 Noise Nuisance Recorder. Expand your Noise Knowledge!Signup to the NoiseNews blog for the latest Read More…
The most advanced sound level meters can measure more than 100 different noise parameters at the same time. Each parameter can tell you something different the occupational noise you’re measuring. How do you remember what all this noise terminology means and what it does?
NoiseTools PC Specifications – Last updated February 2017 The NoiseTools software (supplied with the new doseBadge5 Noise Dosimeter, the Optimus Sound Level Meter, doseBadge Noise Dosimeter, Trojan Noise Nuisance Recorder, CR:800C and CR:260A sound level meters) can be run on most modern PCs. To get the best from the software the PC should meet the minimum specifications below and where possible Read More…