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Extech 407736 Type 2 Digital Sound Lever Meter

Extech 407736 Type 2 Digital Sound Lever Meter

Description

The Extech Ditigal Sound Level Meter offers general purpose and high accuracy type 2 measurements.

Features

  • High and low measuring ranges
  • Tripod mount and analog DC/AC conditioned outputs of 10mV/dB
  • Built-in calibration check (94dB)
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The Extech Digital Sound Level Meter serves general purpose and high accuracy type 2 measurements. High and low measuring ranges are from low: 35 to 90dB and high: 75 to 130dB. The meter can also hold the max reading and includes a reset button. If the data seems to be questionable, it includes a built-in calibration check (94dB) when using one of the optional sound calibrators. The meter also has outputs for AC/DC that is used when connected to an analyzer or recorder.

Notable Specifications:
  • Low range: 35 to 90dB
  • High range: 75 to 130dB
  • Basic accuracy: +/-1.5dB (Type 2)
  • Weighting (A&C): Yes
  • Response time (fast/slow): Yes
  • Condenser microphone: 0.5" (12.7mm)
  • Analog output: AC/DC
  • Dimensions: 9.5"x2.7"x1" (241x69x25mm)
  • Weight: 7.6oz (215g)
  • CE: Yes
  • Warranty: 1 year
What's Included:
  • (1) Sound level meter
  • (1) Microphone wind cover
  • (1) 9 V battery
  • (1) Carrying case
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Extech 407736 Type 2 Digital Sound Lever Meter 407736 Dual range sound lever meter, meets Type 2 standards
$279.99
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Extech 407736 Type 2 Digital Sound Lever Meter 407736-NIST Dual range sound lever meter, meets Type 2 standards, NIST traceable
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Extech Sound Calibrators 407744 94dB sound calibrator for 0.5" or 1" microphones
$329.99
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Extech TR100 Tripod TR100 Spare tripod (for meters with tripod mount feature)
$29.99
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Extech 40705X AC/DC Recorder Output Cable 40705X AC/DC recorder output cable
$20.99
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