Measuring personal noise exposure made easier

Measuring personal noise exposure made easier

Cirrus Research and Runrite Electronics are introducing the new doseBadge5 Noise Dosimeter to the South African market. It is sold exclusively by Runrite and has been developed from the popular doseBadge Noise Dosimeter, of which over 20 000 units have been sold worldwide.

The doseBadge5 has a “no cables, controls or display” design, and introduces a range of new features. It can be configured to meet any regulations, standards or guidelines worldwide.

It is multi-channelled with one-second data logging. The doseBadge5 provides up to four complete independent noise dosimeters along two peak channels, Lmax and Lmin values and user configurable upper-limit threshold (ULT) levels.

A key feature is the Bluetooth-wireless technology that allows the instrument to communicate with the doseBadge5 Wand and the dBLink App for Android and iOS devices. Individual doseBadge5 units can be controlled and configured remotely and can view measurement data without being connected.

Scheduled timers can be used to control the device, allowing measurements to be started, paused and stopped automatically. This unique feature was developed to help customers easily manage complex working patterns and shifts, while allowing the doseBadge5 to be as flexible as possible.

Battery life is more than 20 hours. The device includes anti-tamper and vibration detection to cut down on measurement anomalies.

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