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Quest Q-200

Q200 Users

The Q-200, has been replaced by the Noise-Pro  dosimeter.  


Click here for a description. Quest NoisePro Dosimeters


Reasons to upgrade to NoisePro®:

  • Time Keeping; Real Time clock, Programmable Run time.
  • Simple menu driven setup.
  • Preprogrammed setups, less confusing for the user.
  • Vibrating Alarm based on TWA.
  • Report capabilities (QSP compatible).
  • Recalculated exposure data (Requires QSP).
  • Better battery life.
  • Meet or exceed all relevant measuring standards.
  • Intrinsic safety to the ATEX directive, UL/cUL, and MSHA.

Additional Reasons to upgrade to NoisePro®DL:

  • Minute by minute data logging of Average and Max levels.
  • Vibrating Alarm based on TWA and Rolling Lavg.

Additional Reasons to upgrade to NoisePro®DLX:

  • User selectable data logging rates.
  • 4 virtual dosimeters.
  • Statistical Distribution information to 1/10 of a dB.
  • Remotely retrieve and view data from other units in the series.




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