Personal Noise Dosimeter Comparison
 
Description
  • 2 Modes of Operation   
  • 3 Modes of Operation  
  • Programmable Features
  • Data table and printable
    reports are automatically created in Excel
Color-coded LEDs indicate safe, borderline and high-risk exposure levels
Uses NIOSH criteria
Uses OSHA criteria
Programmable run time
Programmable exchange rate, criterion level and threshold level
Option to disable power on/off
Data tables and printable reports in Excel formats
Operation Modes
  Two
  Three
      Quick Check
            2-minute test estimates dose per hour
      Normal
            Continuously measures noise up to 16 hours
            Programmable to 16 hours, 3, 5, 7 days
            Auto power-off after 16 hours
      Status
            Memory-full alert
            Low-battery alert
Price
NOTE: ER•200 and ER•200D Personal Noise Dosimeters were not designed to be Type 2 devices, although they meet some of the criteria for Type 2 devices (e.g., linearity, microphone response and frequency response). Information regarding ANSI requirements for Type 2 noise dosimeters can be found in ANSI S1.25-1991(R2002), Specifications for Personal Noise Dosimeters.
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