The SoundEar II Noise Activated Warning Sign is very easy to install. A simple three to four point process:
The mounting point can be seen on the rear of the noise sign. A single screw in the wall is adequate to hold the light-weight sign.
As shown in the image above, the SoundEar II also has standard 75mm x 75mm VESA mounts - this is the standard for mounting televisions and monitors, so many types of mount are available.
A VESA mount is not included with the SoundEar II. The order code is SE2VESA.
The perfect location for a sign depends on the layout and the acoustics of the area in question. The most important aspect of the SoundEar is that it reminds people to keep the level down, so it is best to mount them where clearly visible to anybody entering the room or area.
There is also no simple rule about the level at which the sign should light up. Different areas have different ambient noise levels and different acceptable limits. When a reasonable background level is required for conversation then a good starting point is to set the noise sign to light up at 55 dB(A) - the yellow lights will come on at 50 dB(A). Run the sign for a few hours, or even a few days, and get a feel for whether it is being too sensitive for the given environment or whether it is letting people get away with too much. Adjust up or down by 5 dB as needed.
The SoundEar II comes complete with a plug-top power adapter. This provides the safe low voltage that the noise sign requires.
The SoundEar II has been developed for use in areas that need high electrical safety, such as hospitals, and has been approved in accordance with IEC 60601-1 (medical electrical equipment).
The SoundEar II noise warning sign and its optional data logging module.