SL130G

Extech SL130G Sound Level Alert with Alarm

Extech SL130G Sound Level Alert with Alarm

Description

The Extech Sound Level Alert with Alarm has built-in LED's that alert users when sound level is too high or too low.

Features

  • User settable high or low limit (30 to 130dB) indication
  • Microphone rotates 180° for desired placement
  • Optional 5m (15ft) microphone extension cable for remote monitoring
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The Extech Sound Level Alert with Alarm is ideal for industrial, hospital, auditoriums, schools, and other areas where there is a need for being alerted when sound level reaches a set point. The user settable high or low limits from 30 to 130dB indication contains an output to drive the external relay module. The microphone rotates 180° for desired placement, and the optional 5 meter (15ft) microphone extension cable is for remote monitoring. 

Notable Specifications:
  • Display: 4.6"x3.125" multi-function LCD
  • Frequency bandwidth: 31.5Hz to 8kHz
  • Microphone: 0.5" electret condenser microphone (remoteable)
  • Measurement ranges: 30 to 80dB, 60 to 110dB, 80 to 130dB
  • Frequency weighting: A & C (programmable)
  • Response time: Fast (125ms), Slow (1s) (programmable)
  • Resolution: 0.1dB
  • Alarm output: 3.5mm mono phone plug, maximum: 3.4mA @ 5 VDC
  • Minimum output Voltage: 2.5 VDC
  • Power: AC/DC adapter for full functions; 8xAA batteries for
  • monitoring function only without LED alert
  • Dimensions: 8.75"x7.1"x1.25" (22x18x3.2mm)
  • Weight: 0.63 lbs. (285g)
  • CE: Yes
  • Warranty: 1 year
What's Included:
  • (1) Sound level alert
  • (1) AC adapter
  • (1) Microphone wind cover
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