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LCD Bass Meter (Second Edition)

LCD Bass Meter (Second Edition)

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Sensor minimum SPL:
Sensor maximum SPL:
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The LCD BASS METER SE portable noise meter is intended for measuring noise level and sound
pressure at the low frequency. The source of the measured signal can be provided by both industrial
equipment and acoustic systems. The main advantage of this noise meter is complete autonomy of
work. For carrying out measurements you won`t need a computer; all data is processed and
calculated in the device and depicted on its display. If it is necessary to receive more detailed
information, such as spectrum or signal waveform, the device can be connected to a PC using
USB port. The NEXT-LAB SPL Pressure Sensor, which is included in the equipment distribution kit,
allows receiving results with high accuracy of 0.1 dB. The device has Lab-Bus digital bus port,
to which the pressure sensor, microphone or power sensor can be connected. When users in
the beginning purchase a set for measuring sound pressure, in future they can supplement it
with the microphone for measuring AFC or with the power sensor for measuring current and voltage.


- Displaying the peak values and average level of sound pressure, as well as harmonic distortion coefficient.
- Measuring the sound pressure using Next-Lab SPL Sensor.
- Measuring AFC and performing a spectral analysis of the signal using Next-Lab RTA Microphone
  (should be purchased separately)
- Measuring the current-voltage characteristics of direct and alternating current circuits using
  Next-Lab Power Sensor (should be purchased separately)
- Possibility of controlling the device and transmitting data to the PC via USB port
- Measuring the characteristics of home, car or concert hall acoustic systems and setting them up
Measuring the characteristics of home, car or industrial power supply networks and setting them up
- Preparing to and holding of the autosound competitions of any kind
  (AMT, EMMA, dB Drag, IASCA, BassRace, etc.)