Microphone Calibrators - aka Microphone Calibration
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NC-74 - Sound Calibrator Allows calibration of 1-inch and 1/2-inch microphones. No need for atmospheric pressure compensation. Frequency 1 kHz, SPL 94 dB.
SV 31A - Acoustic Calibrator The SV 30A type 1, two levels acoustic calibrator is the State of the Art instrument. The design of this calibrator is based on the dedicated ½" condenser microphone and microprocessor controlled signal source including digital static pressure and temperature compensation. These both features assure excellent stability of the calibration levels and their frequency. The SV 30A calibrator offer exceptional price versus performance ratio on the world market.
05000 Sound Level Calibrator Calibration sound source for microphones and sound measuring systems. Sound pressure level: 94 dB (1 Pa). Frequency: 1000 Hz.
Type IFC-1 - Infrasound Calibrator Infrasound Calibrator Ttype IFC-1 is designed for calibration of acoustical instruments intended to meter of low-frequency signals according to ISO 7196 :1995 "Acoustics - Frequency weighting characteristic for infrasound measurements". Measuring microphone of the tested instrument is tightly coupled to the acoustic actuator of the infrasound calibrator by a pressure chamber. Internal acoustical actuator produces a low-frequency sound pressure in the cavity.
CAL150 - Microphone Calibrator The Larson Davis Model CAL150 is a precise microphone calibrator intended for the 3/8" diameter microphones typically used on the, SoundTrack Lxt class 2, Model 700, 710, 712, and 720 SLM/Dosimeters and the Model 705 Noise Badge. The CAL150 provides a choice of calibration sound pressure levels, 94.0 and 114.0 dB (switch selectable) at a frequency of 1 kHz.
CAL200 - Microphone Calibrator The Larson Davis Model CAL200 is a Class 1 microphone calibrator intended for the Larson Davis 1/2" or 1/4" diameter microphones. The CAL200 provides a choice of calibration sound pressure levels, 94.0 and 114.0 dB (switch selectable) at a frequency of 1 kHz.
DVM1356 - SOUND LEVEL CALIBRATOR 114dB & 94dB at 1kHz * calibration levels of 94dB and 114dB * output frequency: 1kHz * suitable for microphones with diameter 1", 1/2" and 1/4" * comes with 1/2" and 1/4" microphone adapters
Type PF-12 - Infrasound Calibrator Infrasound Calibrator Type PF-12 with a low-frequency pressure chamber is a source of acoustic infrasound wave designed for qualify effectiveness of a half-inch measuring microphones by simoultanous comparing method.
M2211 - Measurement Microphone for XL2 Analyzer Frequency Response Class 1 / Type 1 Noise Measurements Cinema Calibration PA Rental
M30 - Omnidirectional measurement microphone Electronic calibration files can be used to import the M30?s amplitude frequency response directly into your measurement system.
9350C - Microphone Calibration Workstation The Precision Acoustic Calibration Workstation Model 9350C is an accurate, turnkey, automated PC-based system that features cost-effective calibration of ¼", ½" and 1" microphone cartridges (open-circuit sensitivity), microphone cartridges with preamplifiers (closed-circuit sensitivity) and microphone Frequency Response Function.
M23 - Omnidirectional measurement microphone Earthworks M23 is ideally suited for acoustical measurements sound system setup and troubleshooting, room acoustics, or any application where an accurate free-field measurement microphone is required. Each M23 is delivered with its own calibration chart providing its individually measured open-circuit sensitivity and the frequency response curve.
840005 - Sound Meter The two scales cover the 40-80dB and 80-120dB ranges, with an accuracy of ±3.0 dB. Simple to operate; one selection dial with battery test mode and easy-to-read results. Stable, reliable operation with signal oscillator calibration and a capacitance microphone. Based on the "A" decibel frequency weighting. CE Approved. Comes with a carrying case, instructions and a 9-Volt battery.
40AC - ½" Free-field microphone Wide-frequency The Type 40AC is a high precision microphone for laboratory work and as a working standard microphone in calibration laboratories. It covers a frequency range from 3.15 Hz to 40 kHz. Its small size and lower sensitivity make it extremely robust and stable. The Type 40AC is capable of measuring sound levels up to 160 dB re. 20µPa.
SL-4011 - Sound Level Meter Large LCD display, easy to read bullet A &C frequency weighting networks bullet 30 to 130 dB, 3 ranges bullet FAST & SLOW dynamic characteristics modes bullet AC/D output for system expansion bullet Built-in Adj. VR, available for easy calibration bullet Condenser microphone for high accuracy & long term stability bullet Max. Hold function for storing the maximum value on the display bullet Warning indicator for over an under load values
FINE R+D - Acoustic Measurement System Anechoic FFT measurements in rooms with Acoustic Auto-delay Up-to-date replacement for LMS and MLSSA SPL/Frequency, Phase and Impedance responses at same level Multiple Display of 16 +16 responses (depending on memory) THD and 2nd to 9th harmonics in % and dB Cumulative Decay Spectrum “Waterfall” Room measurements: 1/12 - 1/6 - 1/3 – 1/2 – 1/1 octave Smoothing Thiele Small parameters at correct level: Fixed Mass/Delta Mass/Added Box Full System calibration incl. Microphone Fast measurements <1s File-sharing of measurements with phase to FINE QC and all Loudsoft software Drag and Drop *.txt format files from/to Klippel, MLSSA, LMS etc. Loudsoft FINE Hardware (USB) with built-in 25W Power Amplifier Windows 7 - 64bit compatible
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Microphone Calibrators - an accurate sound units of measure to facilitate comparison to and adjustment of instruments. Sound Calibrators
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