optimus green sound level meters for environmental and occupational noise
The optimus green instruments can provide real-time 1:1 and 1:3 Octave Bands, depending upon the version.
You can record the actual noise during a measurement by either pressing the Audio Start/Stop buttons or by using the triggering functions.
The optimus green instruments are supplied with 4GB of memory as standard, capable of storing noise measurements for long periods.
- Simple operation ensures that you get the functions you need quickly & easily
- Class 1 or Class 2 Performance
- Simultaneous measurement & data logging of all available parameters
- Simultaneous A, C & Z Frequency Weightings
- Simultaneous F, S & I Time Weightings
- Real-time 1:1 & 1:3 Octave Band Filters
- 14 Statistical Ln % values
- Single 120dB measurement range
- Audio recording during measurements for replay and analysis
- VoiceTag audio recording before each measurement for note taking
- Repeating measurements with manual or automatic control
- Three independent integrators to give you every function you may need to meet UK, EU, OSHA, MSHA or ACGIH all at the same time
- Latest digital technology with a high resolution colour OLED display and back-lit keypad
- 4GB memory as standard
For example, if you've set the instrument to display the Ln View and you want to see the 1:3 Octave Bands, just press the right arrow key and you'll get the information you want.
What ever function you need, everything is measured at the same time, reducing the risk of errors during your measurements.
- CR:172A & CR:171A
Class 2 & Class 1 Integrating Sound Level Meter with Real-time 1:1 Octave Band Filters, Audio Recording, Data Logging & VoiceTag audio recording
- CR:172B & CR:171B
Class 2 & Class 1 Integrating Sound Level Meter with Real-time 1:1 & 1:3 Octave Band Filters,Audio Recording, Data Logging & VoiceTag audio recording
- Environmental noise impact assessments over short or long periods
- Occupational & Industrial Hygiene Noise Evaluations
- Tonal analysis using 1:3 Octave Band Filters
- Detailed analysis usingAudio Recording
- Noise Ordinance & Community Noise Assessments
- Hearing Protector Selection using HML or 1:1 Octave Band Methods
- General Noise Measurements