In areas where the noise levels are only occasionally high, it is unreasonable to ask staff to wear hearing protection all the time. However, it can be very difficult for staff to know when the time to fit protection has arrived, especially as the sensitivity of the hearing declines during the day, even in moderate and safe noise levels. Take the guesswork out by fitting signs that light up automatically when the noise levels are high enough to cause hearing damage.
The SoundEar 2 Industrial Noise Sign clearly indicates when it is time to reduce the noise levels or to fit hearing protection. It lights up green to show all is fine. When the sound levels get close to the adjustable level the yellow light comes on. When the trigger level is exceeded the red light comes on. Basic data logging is available as a plug-in option.
An extra-large version of the SoundEar Industrial sign. It lights up green to show all is fine. When the sound levels get close to the adjustable level the yellow light comes on. When the trigger level is exceeded the red light comes on. Basic data logging is available as a plug-in option. This sign is twice the width and twice the height of the standard SoundEar Industrial.
The SoundEar 3 adds to the functionality of the SoundEar 2, offering independently configurable lights (each has its own trigger level), much more detailed data logging (included in the price) and software for configuring and downloading data. The SoundEar 3 Industrial also has 4-20mA Current Loop and 0-10V DC outputs for integrating with existing process control and monitoring systems
For low-key, long term noise monitoring, the SoundEar 3-320 can be mounted on the wall, where it can display the sound level on its digital display, or it can be set to show the time, temperature or nothing at all. It stores the sound levels for download to a computer or it can be linked to process control or monitoring system via 4-20mA loop or DC 0-10V output.