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Noise Dosimeter and Hand-Held Noise Meter Combinations


Noise Dosimeter or Sound Level Meter?

A kit with both hand-held meter and noise dosimeter offers:

  • Measurement of each worker's daily noise exposure
  • Quick spot checks with hand-held sound level meter
  • Easily monitor roving workers
  • Make detailed measurements for hearing protector assessments
  • Housed in a strong Peli casehelp

For occupational noise measurement either a dosimeter or a sound level meter can often be used to achieve the same result: the measurement of noise and calculation of a worker's time weighted average, or TWA. In some workplaces it is better to use a hand-held sound level meter, while in others the best option is to use a noise dosimeter mounted on the worker. Here are some guidelines:

dosimeter and sound level meter combination kit
Occupational Noise Combination Kit
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Use a dosimeter when the worker is moving around continuously, or between many different locations. A dosimeter is also a better option when the worker is in a location that makes the use of a hand-held meter difficult, such as confined spaces or the cab on moving machinery. Finally, a dosimeter can take much less time to use as you do not have to follow the worker around while making measurements. This is particularly important when monitoring the noise exposure of large numbers of workers.

Use a sound level meter to make quick and accurate spot-checks of the noise levels. A hand-held meter is ideal when people are only working at a few fixed locations - you measure at each and calculate the exposure as a Time Weighted Average. When the noise levels are particularly high a more advanced meter should be used to assess the level at the ear when wearing hearing protectors. The greatest benefit when using a sound level meter rather than a dosemeter is that you are present when the noise occurs, so you can assess if the sound levels are representative of normal operations.

Standard Combination Kits

We can create many combinations of sound level meter and dosimeters but the following are the most popular, covering most applications. Below are the most popular kits. If you want something different then just email us on



  Benefits Order Code
dosimeter and sound level meter kit Economy Combination Kit
Includes dBadges and the popular CEL240 Sound Level Meter. More...
  Make spot-checks using the sound level meter or longer term exposure measurements with the dBadge noise dosimeter. Prices from
dbadge and integrating noise meter kit Integrating Combination Kit
Includes dBadges with an Integrating Sound Level Meter. More...
  The Integrating Noise Meter is ideal for making manual measurements and the dBadge assesses the workers daily noise exposure. Prices from
dosimeter and octave band sound level meter Octave Band Combination Kit
Includes dBadges and an advanced Octave Band Sound Level Meter and a calibrator. More...
  The dBadges are used to assess workers exposure and the meter for detailed assessment and to select the correct hearing protectors. Prices from
dbadge dosimeter with octave band analyser Custom Combination Kit
Select the number of dBadges along with the sound level meter to suit your application. More...
  The dBadges are used to assess a worker's daily exposure and a sound level meter to suit. Custom

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