The SoundEar II can be used in any indoor environment where you need to remind people to keep reasonably quiet.
Hospitals and Neonatal
Controlling sound levels in hospital corridors, rooms and nurses stations. Just the presence of the sign is often reminder enough to a successful noise control program.
Open Plan Offices and Call Centers
Reminding staff and colleagues to talk a little more quietly. Far better than a personal confrontation when the need arises to ask somebody to keep their voice down.
Schools, Libraries and Cafeterias
Study rooms and libraries must be kept quiet, but cafeterias can benefit too. Improve the schoolroom so that students can hear the teacher and concentrate.
Clubs and hotels, particularly those with live music, may need to implement controls to stop excessively high volumes.
Noise in the Workplace - Use the SoundEar II Industrial Version
Staff can be warned when the time has come to reduce the noise levels or fit hearing protection. The SoundEar II Industrial is usually more suitable.
If you have a noise problem, a wall on which to hang the SoundEar and a power outlet nearby then the SoundEar II should be able to help. The level can be set in 5 dB steps from 40 to 115 dB(A), covering all areas from quiet hospital units to noisy music venues.
If you would like advice about whether the SoundEar is the most suitable device for your application then please email us on firstname.lastname@example.org, we will be happy to help.
The SoundEar II noise warning sign and its optional data logging module.