Extech 407780A Integrating Sound Level Datalogger

The Extech Integrating Sound Level Meter takes Leq and SEL measurements with a built-in data logger and PC interface.

Features

  • Precise linearity over wide range (100dB)
  • Data logging function can record up to 32,000 records
  • Programmable integrating time
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Extech 407780A Integrating Sound Level Datalogger
407780A
Integrating sound level data logger
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$1,499.00
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407780A-NIST
Integrating sound level data logger, NIST traceable
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
$1,699.00
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94dB sound calibrator for 0.5" or 1" microphones
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407744-NIST
94dB sound calibrator for 0.5" or 1" microphones, NIST traceable
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407766
94/114dB sound calibrator for 0.5" or 1" microphones
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407766-NIST
94/114dB sound calibrator for 0.5" or 1" microphones, NIST traceable
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  • 4-digit multifunction LCD with analog bargraph
  • Precise linearity over wide range (100dB)
  • Display modes: SPL, SPL MIN/MAX, SEL, and Leq
  • Programmable integrating time
  • A and C Frequency weighting
  • Impulse/Fast/Slow response settings
  • Datalogging function records up to 32,000 records
  • Real time calendar/clock
  • Analog and alarm output features can be used to connect with Frequency analyzers, chart recorders, external dataloggers, and sound level alarms
  • Built-in USB interface with included Windows® datalogging software
  • Tripod mount
  • Meets IEC 61672-1, 60651/60804 Type 2 and ANSI S1.4 Type 2 specifi cations
  • Complete with windscreen, adjustment screwdriver, USB cable, Windows® compatible software, battery, and case
  • (1) Sound level meter
  • (1) USB cable
  • (1) Windows compatible software
  • (1) Windscreen
  • (4) AA batteries
  • (1) Carrying case
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