NoiseTools 1.8.2 is now available – Find out what’s new

NoiseTools 1.8.2 is now available

The latest version of our NoiseTools software is now available to download.

This new version of our download and analysis software provides a range of new functions and features to the previous version and includes a number of minor fixes and updates.

Key highlights of this new version are:

  • Support for the forthcoming new outdoor noise measurement kits
    The new CK:685 Outdoor Kits will provide a simple, robust way to communicate remotely with your Optimus sound level meters with updated technology giving a while new range of features
  • Support for the new Optimus Cloud which will be released alongside the new outdoor measurement kits
    The updated Optimus Cloud supports the new Outdoor Kits (CK:685) as well as the new Optimus Cloud Notification App which provides real-time alerts and notifications
  • Enhancements to the file attachment option on the summary screen
  • Enhancements to the octave band time history data that is downloaded from the doseBadge5 Noise Dosimeters

NoiseTools is designed for use with the following Cirrus noise measurement instruments:

NoiseTools supports the following instruments

  • Optimus Sound Level Meters
    • Optimus Yellow (CR:150 Series B Versions)
    • Optimus Red (CR:160 Series B,C & D Versions)
    • Optimus Green (CR:170 Series 0,A,B & C Versions)
  • Trojan Noise Nuisance Recorders
    • Trojan2 (All Versions)
    • TrojanLITE
    • Trojan1 (All Versions)

 doseBadge Noise Dosimeters

  • doseBadge5 (All Versions)
  • CR:110A/AIS doseBadge (when used with RC:110A Reader)
  • CR:110AL doseBadge (when used with RC:110AL Reader)
  • CR:112A/AIS doseBadge (when used with RC:112A Reader)
  • Legacy Instruments
    • CR:800C Sound Level Meters (with USB)
    • CR:260A+ Sound Level Meters (with USB & Download Option)

Key Features of NoiseTools

James Tingay

James Tingay

Marketing Manager at Cirrus Research plc
Marketing Manager at Cirrus Research plc, the leading manufacturer of noise measurement instruments.
James Tingay