Acoustic Calibrators

Device Sensitivity

The most important parameter for any measurement device is sensitivity. The sensitivity can be defined as the ratio of the output parameter to the input parameter. To determine the sensitivity is to calibrate the measurement device.

A calibration is performed:

  • To ensure that your measurements are correct
  • To prove that measurement methods and the equipment used are accurate, for example, to prove that a measurement complies with the requirements of national legislation, standard bodies and customers
  • To verify the stability of the measurement equipment, including equipment used to perform calibration
  • To account for local measurement conditions, for example, variations in ambient pressure and temperature
  • To ensure product quality
  • To build confidence in measurement results
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Features of Acoustic Calibrators

Available Acoustic Calibrators:

  • Sound intensity calibrator Type 4297
  • Pistonphone Type 4228
  • Sound Calibrator Type 4231
  • Sound intensity calibrator Type 3541-A
  • Multifunction acoustic calibrator Type 4226
  • Hydrophone calibrator Type 4229
  • Polarization Voltage Calibration Unit – Type 5008

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Acoustic Calibrators

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