Kanomax Announces New Sound Level and Vibration Meters

Kanomax Announces world’s first “0-dB-function” Sound Level Meter & Ultra-small Pocket-sized Vibration Meter for Industrial Hygiene and Industrial Vibration Testing

Online PR News – 16-June-2012 – Andover, NJ – The new Kanomax sound and vibration meters are designed to be compact, lightweight and easy to use. The sound meter complies with type 2 ANSI S1.4 1983, and has an innovative, unique 0-dB feature that eliminates the self-noise of the microphone. This technology extends the lower limit of the measurement range to lower than 0 dB-SPL. The vibration meter features a magnetic accelerometer which makes measurements both easier and more reliable.
Model 4431 Sound Level Meter

Features: 0-dB feature eliminates microphone self-noise, Meets type 2 standard for ANSI S1.4 1983 and IEC 61672-1, A, C and F weighting modes, 28 to 130 dB measurement range, Measures Lp, Leq, Le, Lmax, Lmin and Lx, Large 4 digit display with 0.1 dB resolution with backlighting & analog bar graph, 2 Year Warranty

Benefits: Optional program cards give you the flexibility to add additional functions as needed, Noise cancelling microphone eliminates noise generated by the instrument, Small, lightweight unit is easy to transport

Model 4200 Vibration Meter

Features: Acceleration measurement range 0.02 to 200 m/s2 RMS, Velocity measurement range 0.02 to 200 m/s2 RMS, Displacement measurement range 2 to 2000µm EQp-p, Readings: RMS, Peak, EQ Peak, EQ Peak-to-Peak, 2 Year Warranty

Benefits: Compact Size, Magnetic accelerometer increase accuracy and ease-of-use

About Kanomax USA, Inc.

Kanomax has delivered the best measurement solutions in its products and services that adapt precision measurement technology for fluids and particles. Kanomax product lines include anemometers, particle counters, dust monitors, and IAQ monitors. Kanomax is contributing to technological innovation and quality improvement for the processes of quality management, environment management, and technology development in the areas of environment, health, and energy, which are essential to sustain human well-being, as well as in other industrial areas including automobile, aerospace, semiconductor, electronics manufacture, heavy industry, steel, shipbuilding, pharmaceutical, biotechnology, food-processing, medical, construction, and civil engineering.