Typical applications for the SoundAlert desk, wal or tripodl mounted sound level meter.
For areas that are not always above the 80 or 85 dB action level. The SoundAlert devices clearly shows employees when it is time to wear hearing protection. The use of the optional Warning Sign helps to attract attention.
The SoundAlert continuously shows the current sound level and the maximum level that has been reached. When the noise level exceeds the trigger level (often set to the first action level of 85 dB), the bright LEDs start to flash.
Employees who are unsure of the current noise level can simply glance at the Sound Alert to find out.
If something more obvious is needed then the optional Warning Sign can be used, as shown on the right.
To give staff an unbiased view of the noise levels they are creating, strategically placed SoundAlert devices and Warning Signs gives an unavoidable message - reduce your noise.
The SoundAlert can be used alone to give a clear message to staff and visitors. The noise level is shown at all times and the bright LEDS show when the level is too high.
An optional remote Noise Sign reading Staff Notice - Excessive Sound Levels is also available.
For hospitals and neonatal wards, strategically mounted Sound Alerts and Noise Signs reminds both staff and visitors to keep the noise levels down. Sound Alert devices and Noise Signs are usually mounted in the corridors as well as within the wards.
The SoundEar Noise Warning Sign is also very popular in hospitals and on neonatal wards.