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- Rotate: Use top-to-bottom, side-to-side by use of mouse arrow.
- Zoom In: Double click on image.
- Zoom Out/Reset: Put photo at full zoom & then double click.
- ItemData Logging Sound Level Meter
- dB Range30 to 130
- Frequency Range31.5 to 8000 Hz
- Frequency WeightingA and C
- Resolution0.1 dB
- Display2000 Count LCD
- Response TimeFast/Slow
- InterfaceBuilt-in USB
- StandardsANSI and IEC Type 2
- Records Up To20,000 Records
- Output JackYes
- IncludesSoftware, USB Interface Cable, Windscreen, Tripod, 9 V Battery, Carrying Case and Instructions
- Manufacturers Warranty Length1 Year
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1. Turn the meter ON
2. Put the meter in the ‘A’ weighting mode
3. Put the meter in the ‘SLOW’ response mode
4. Place the calibrator onto the microphone.
5. Turn the calibrator ON.
6. Adjust the meter’s CAL potentiometer located on the side panel so that the meter’s display matches the output of the calibrator (typically 94dB or 114dB).
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