Many of the sound level meters and noise monitors we offer have the ability to output their results, making it possible to link them to an existing monitoring system or to develop custom software. Meters are available with the following outputs:
If you need more detailed information about interfacing with the sound level meters then please call or contact us by email. We have engineers available with experience of interfacing with these meters who can offer advice and support.
This type of output provides a DC voltage that is proportional to the measured sound level.
Current loop is a common way of interfacing with process control systems.
The audio signal from the microphone, amplified but otherwise unprocessed. For recording and analysis systems.
Standard RS232 serial link, with noise measurements sent as text/csv format for simple decoding.
Choosing a sound level meter or noise monitor that meets the acoustic specifications and with the right output can be a little daunting. We know the meters well and have plenty of experience of interfacing with them and writing custom software. If you need advice or just confirmation that the meter you have selected is the most suitable or cost effective then please contact us on email@example.com.