Sound Level Meter (Class 1) (With Low Frequency sound measurement function)
Rion’s NL-62 Low Frequency Sound Level Meter allows for measurements from 1 to 20000Hz in a single hand held portable Unit. It combines cutting edge technology with excellent quality and unrivalled ease of use.
With the Auto store function included as standard, as well as a timer function and external power supply support, the NL-62 is ideal for continuous measurement.
Key Features Include:
Ease of use – main functions on dedicated, backlit keys
Superb high-contrast backlit TFT-LCD colour display
The unit (except for the microphone) is water-resistant, which means that it is unaffected by sudden rain showers
Auto-store function included as standard
Massive storage capacity using text files stored to Compact Flash memory cards
Flexible and simple PC connectivity (CF card and USB Virtual Disk)
Exceptional battery life
NL-62 Complies with the following standards for Sound Level Measurement
IEC 61672-1: 2002 Class 1
ANSI S1.4-1983 Type 1
ANSI S1.4A-1985 Type 1
ANSI S1.43-1997 Type 1
JISC 1509-1: 2005 Class 1
Optional Program Cards allow for easy and convenient expansion of functionality
By adding a program to the NL-62, octave band and 1/3 octave band real-time analysis can be realized. Saved analysis results can be loaded and shown in an overlay graph display together with current analysis data. NC curve graph display and NC value calculation/display are also possible.
Makes it possible to measure sound pressure levels together with sound pressure waveforms during frequency analysis. This allows you to listen to specific events. Recorded data can be played back on the PC and used for frequency analysis
This program card adds FFT analysis capability to NL-62, with an analysis frequency range of 20kHz and 8000 analysis lines. Saved analysis results ccan be loaded and shown in an overlay graph display
together with current analysis data. Maximum zoon ratio is x40 and the top list screen can show up to 20 lines
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