Chauvin Arnoux CA 832 Sound Level Meter 35 → 130 dB

Technical Reference
Legislation and Compliance
RoHS Status: Not Applicable
COO (Country of Origin): TW
Product Details

C.A 832 Recording Sound Level Meter

In a compact case protected by an impact resistant sheath, the C.A 832 tests noise levels between 35 and 130 dB.
3 measurement ranges.
2 integration times / 2 weighting curves.
Hold function.
Analogue output.
Backlit display.
2000-point display.

Specifications
Attribute Value
Maximum Sound Level 130dB
Minimum Sound Level 35dB
Resolution 0.1 dB
Accuracy Class IEC 651 Type 2
Weighting A, C
Display Type LCD
Battery Type 9V
Fast/Slow Time Averaging Both
Maximum Operating Temperature +50°C
Model Number p CA 832
Minimum Operating Temperature 0°C
In stock for delivery within 2 working days
Price Each
kr 3 459,59
(exc. VAT)
kr 4 324,49
(inc. VAT)
Units
Per unit
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kr 3 459,59
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