We bring forth our vast industrial experience and expertise in this business. This range is widely appreciated for hassle free working.
The iT401 is the first alarm module designed to work with any 4-20mA loop-powered device and/or the iT Series sensor signal-conditioning modules, providing easily-programable relay activation for use in condition-based monitorinng or process control. Digital technology, along with simple face-panel push-buttons and a bright digital display means never having to open the unit to alter setpoints. Memory allows user to decide to keep changes permanently, or restore manufacturer defaults.
Environmental Sound Analyzer dBAir
It brings the power of wireless technology to sound measurement. From one button, all your measurement results are on your fingertips - plug the meter in and simply copy a csv file to your computer.
Measuring environmental noise often involves working in bad weather and at difficult locations during unsociable hours. The instrumentation employed needs to be tough, weatherproof, designed for the purpose and easy to use. With every Castle dBAir Environment Assessment System you’ll find exactly that.
Specifically designed to help you with assessments to BS4142, site noise survey reports, local authority complaint measurements and much more, these dBAir Environment Assessment Systems are the result of nearly 50 years of knowledge and experience with noise in the environment.
Although Hearing Protection Assessments can be carried out using SNR and HML, the addition of 1/1 Octave Band Analysis provides the user with the most accurate method possible ensuring staff are properly protected.
Noise Dosimeter - dBadge2
Ideal for making noise exposure measurements, the dBadge2 is a shoulder worn dose meter that measures all workplace noise parameters simultaneously.
Linear Operating Range
55.0-140.3 dB (A) RMS
Peak Measurement Range
90.0-143.3dB (C or Z weighted)
Sound Exposure Range
0.0- 6,100.0 Pa2Hours
A, C and Z, Type 2
Operating Temperature Range
0°C to +40°C (for <±0.5dB error limit)
-10°C to +50°C (for <±0.8dB error limit)
Ambient Pressure Range
<±0.5dB over 85 - 112kPa,
<± 0.5dB over 30% - 90% (non-condensing)
Storage Temperature Range
-10°C to +50°C
Internal NiMH, 800mAH
Sound Intensity Inspector CAE
The "Intensity Inspector Sound Power" determines sound power levels of noise sources using sound intensity measurements according to DIN EN ISO 9614-2 and sound pressure levels at workstations according to DIN EN ISO 11201, 11202 and 11205. This sound power information DIN EN ISO 9614 is required e.g. for the CE identification for machines. The easy-to-use software guides you with image and text through the standardized sound power measurement, so that even unexperienced users can perform the acoustic measurement correctly.
The Intensity Inspector Sound Power software guides the user step-by-step through a standard measurement. An application-oriented and user-friendly interface guarantees a fast and flawless operation. Criteria for determination of accuracy class are being monitored through the measurement so that faulty measurements are avoided. The test sequence as well as the automatically generated report layout can be customized to your application needs.
Sound Level & Noise Exposure Meter
There are a number of system packages available to suit many applications from simple tasks such as alarm monitoring, to a fully weatherproof system for long-term environmental solutions, there are also dedicated packages for Noise at Work requirements.
The flagship model of the Pocket Sonus Meter range is the class one Sonus GA116L which is a full data logging, integrating sound and noise exposure meter (dose meter) which has been designed for both Noise at Work assessments and Environmental Sound monitoring.
Simply unplug the sound meter pre-amplifier and plug in the dose meter cable which is available as an optional accessory to convert to a fully functional dose meter.
It has the capability to combined sound and dose meters with time and date stamped data logging.
The meter features dual measurement, so two versions of most parameters can be measured simultaneously. This feature means you only need to measure once and for Noise at Work assessments you’ll have the correct parameters recorded to determine suitable hearing protection using the HML method, a function available in dBdataPro software. Connectivity is via high speed USB and the meter ships with free noise analysis software dBdataPro-Lite and download cable.