Following the result of the UK General Election in December 2019, the United Kingdom will be leaving the European Union on January 31st 2020. I’ve covered this topic a few times on our blog and on social media. Still, now we know that the UK will be withdrawing from the EU, I thought it would be in the interests of all our customers and followers, to explain what this means in terms of our business and our relationship with you.
The latest version of NoiseTools is now available. Check out what’s new and download here.
Cirrus Research CEO, Daren Wallis, has answered some of the frequently asked questions we’ve received about what we’re doing to prepare for Brexit.
This week, we’ve taken another leap forward in our product offering with the launch of the dBActive smartphone application! Available for both iOS and Android devices, dBActive works with our new Optimus+ instrument and makes monitoring and measuring noise easier and simpler. As well as being able to view live measurement data for all noise parameters, including octave bands, you’ll be Read More…
Two new sound level meters are now available as Cirrus expands its product offering. Learn more about the Optimus+ and CR:308/310 sound level meters here.
Cirrus Research now holds accreditation for UKAS calibration. Read more about what this means in our newest article.
Cirrus is now offering an exclusive limited-time offer on all UK calibration orders. Read our article to find out more.
Noise has been in the news again recently with the use of anti-child alarms. Learn how they work and the difference between presbycusis and noise-induced hearing loss.
I’m relatively new to the world of acoustic measuring and noise measuring equipment, and one of the very first questions I found myself asking was “what’s the difference between a sound level meter and a noise dosimeter?” Thankfully, the distinction is relatively simple and a complete novice like me can get to grips with it. So if you’re looking to Read More…
AuditStore is a technology that is unique to the Cirrus Optimus sound level meters (and variants such as the Trojan Noise Nuisance Recorder) that helps you to verify that the noise measurement data the you present is trustworthy.