Extech 407732 Type 2 Sound Level Meter

The Extech Sound Level Meter is a dual-range type 2 digital sound level meter.

Features

  • High and low measuring ranges
  • Backlit display to view in dimly lit area
  • Data hold and max hold functions
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Extech 407732 Type 2 Sound Level Meter407732 Type 2 sound level meter, low/high range
$225.49
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Extech 407732-NIST Type 2 sound level meter, low/high range, NIST traceable
$362.99
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Extech 407732 Type 2 Sound Level Meter
407732
Type 2 sound level meter, low/high range
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
$225.49
Extech
407732-NIST
Type 2 sound level meter, low/high range, NIST traceable
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
$362.99
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The Extech Sound Level Meter has a backlit display and meets the high-accuracy Type 2 standards. These standards include ANSI S1.4-1983, IEC 60651, and EN 60651. It measures both high and low ranges as well as offering the data hold and max hold functions. Applications include enforcing community noise ordinances, meeting government safety issues, installing audio systems, and procuct noise certification and reduction.

  • Display counts: 2000 count LCD
  • Low range: 35 to 100dB
  • High range: 65 to 130dB
  • Basic accuracy: +/-1.5dB (Type 2)
  • Weighting (A & C): Yes
  • Response time (fast/slow): Yes
  • Condenser microphone: 0.5" (12.7mm)
  • Dimensions: 8.2"x2.1"x1.25" (210x55x32mm)
  • Weight: 8.1oz (230g)
  • CE: Yes
  • Warranty: 1 year
  • (1) Sound level meter
  • (1) Microphone wind cover
  • (1) 9 V battery
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