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  The Issue: Noise Ordinance Enforcement

Enforcement of local noise ordinances requires field testing of noise levels and documentation of measurement results, particularly in the event a citation is issued. The need exists for a simple system that requires minimal training to be easily deployed in the field by law enforcement personnel. The system must provide credible data and convenient methods for field calibration and printing of test results in the field.

The Solution

Quest Technologies SoundPatrol DP 1200 (Class 1) and SoundPatrol DP 2200 (Class 2) integrating impulse sound level meters with digital printing capabilities were created especially for Noise Ordinace Enforcement. Both noise level meters are rugged, high-quality devices meeting all the applicable accuracy and performance requirements for sound level meters as defined by ANSI S1.4 and S1.43, IEC 61672, 651 and 804.

 

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