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Product Code: SE-402

Sound Examiner SE-402

Standard Sound Examiner

The Sound Examiner data logging SLM range from 3M is the ideal solution to measure and manage workplace noise exposure as part of a hearing conservation program.

Sound Patrol portable digital printing capability allows for field testing of noise levels and the documenting of measurement

  • Two models: SE-401 _ Class/Type 1, SE-402 _ Class/Type 2
  • Measures: SPL, Peak (Lpk), L Max, L Min, Leq, Elapsed Time
  • A, C and Z weightings
  • User selectable data logging intervals
  • Remote capability with removable preamp (SE-401 only)
  • 2MB Internal storage
  • Large backlit LCD display
  • Lithium battery rechargeable via USB charger provides a minimum of 18 hours run time
  • Casing IP65 rated
  • DMS data management software

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Buy for: £1,138.33 (ex VAT)
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ATEX is the name commonly given to the two European Directives for controlling explosive atmospheres.

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