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Product Code: SD-200

SD-200 Sound Level Meter

The SD-200 is a professional, entry level compact and lightweight sound level meter designed for measurement of workplace and general noise levels.

Unlike many low cost sound level meters the SD-200 has full pre and post calibration facilities ensuring measurement accuracy can be constantly maintained using the optional AC-300 Calibrator.

Additional green, yellow and red LEDs on the front of the unit are aligned to the 3M Optime Alert visual indication system of hearing protection values and give an indication of the level of hearing protection required for a particular task.

  • Measures: SPL, LEq, LED Alert (with Hearing Protection icon), MAX/MIN, and Run-Time values
  • Type 2 accuracy
  • 5 button operation provides a simple user friendly interface
  • Recharge the lithium polymer battery via USB using your PC or USB/mains charger for a 50+ hour battery life

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Buy for: £306.82 (ex VAT)
Buy for: £368.18 (inc VAT)
 

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