3M Sound Examiner SE-400 Series Sound Level Meters from Quest Technologies measure noise levels in highly variable environments. 3M Detection Management Software DMS is shipped free of charge with SE-400 series sound level meters through June 30, 2012.
Quest Technologies, a 3M company, is pleased to introduce the 3M Sound Examiner SE-400 Series sound level meters. These advanced instruments compute the average sound pressure level (LEQ/LAVG) over the run time, in addition to measuring maximum, minimum and peak levels.The Sound Examiner is available in two models: the SE-401, a Class/Type 1 sound level meter that offers remote capability using a removable preamp, and the SE-402, a Class/Type 2 sound level measurement.
Both Class/Type 1 and Class/Type 2 meters are available in kits that include calibrators. The NEW 3MAcoustiCal AC-300 calibrator replaces the QC-20 for calibration of Class/Type 1 microphones. Purchase of the SE-401-AC3 Sound Examiner Kit will include the AC-300 calibrator. The SE-402-10 Sound Examiner Kit includes a Class/Type 2 microphone and the QC-10 calibrator.
DMS Supports 3M Sound Examiner SE-400 Series
The Sound Examiner uses the NEW 3MDetection Management Software DMS. DMS is the next generation of 3M Quest instrumentation software, and is intended to replace 3M QuestSuite Professional-II (QSPII) for use in managing and analyzing information collected by 3M Quest data logging instruments. A DMS software CD will be shipped free of charge with SE-400 Series sound level meters and all new 3M Quest data logging instruments shipped through June 30, 2012. For more information, visit www.3M.com/DMS
Optional Portable Printing Capability
Enforcement of local noise ordinances requires measuring noise levels and documenting results, particularly when a citation is issued. The easy-to-use SoundPatrol portable digital printing capability requires minimal training, so it can be easily deployed in the field by law enforcement personnel. Both rugged, high-quality devices meet applicable accuracy and performance requirements for sound level meters as defined by ANSI S1.4, ANSI S1.43, IEC 61672, IEC 61010, and IEC 61000-4.
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SOURCE: 3M Detection Solutions