Spl-Lab sound pressure sensors are designed to measure the volume and frequency response of low-frequency sound sources up to 120Hz, such as subwoofers. The amplitude of the signal can reach 190dB! Accuracy of measurements is 0.1 dB due to use of a solid-state sensor. Instruments do not require additional calibration.
These microphones and noise meters allow you to measure Amplitude-Frequency response, Phase Frequency response and sound delays over the entire audible range up to 20KHz. All instruments have a built-in amplifier and an analog-to-digital converter, thus avoiding additional settings and calibrations.
Multipurpose Spl-Lab devices allow you to measure several values at once when connecting appropriate sensors. It is possible to measure sound pressure, frequency response across the entire audible range and current-voltage characteristics of electrical circuits.
The category includes instruments for measuring the current-voltage characteristics of electric circuits of automobiles and sound paths of audio systems. The equipment is designed to measure AC and DC circuits.