Explore the general overall features of that Casella 630 series as well as the specific differences between the Casella 630, 631, 632, 633 and their variations.
Be confidant conducting with your noise testing equipment! The Casella 633 Sound Level Meter Training Course contains lessons with pictures to guide you through setting parameters for a survey.
Investigate the Casella 633 specifications. Listed are the standards, features, capabilities, and physical properties of the Casella 633 sound level meter.
Use AA batteries, a Mains 12 volt DC charger, or a USB cable for Casella 633 Power Supply when conducting a workplace, industrial or environmental noise survey.
Become familiar with the Casella 633 Interface. Navigate the menus with the A key, B key, the four navigational arrow keys, and the Run/Stop Button as well as the color coded menus.
Set the Casella 633 Time and Date. The proper time and date makes organizing and performing general, industrial, and environmental noise easier. It is also needed for certain functions.
Familiarize yourself with Casella 633 Calibration to accurately compile results. Calibration of Casella sound meters is recommended before and after recordings.
Select different methods that the the sound level meter compiles Casella 633 data sets including a cumulative data sets that gives one overall result for a measurement or a periodic data set that takes incremental measurements and displays individual results.
The Casella has seven different display views and six predefined Casella 633 measurement views. In additions the user can defined two different measurement views.
Select the proper Casella 633 Start and Stop Modes for your noise level survey. Start and stop methods include the Key Press, Fixed Duration, and Timer modes.
Create a Casella 633 event that can be triggered by a predetermined parameter and threshold or by an external button. Events are different than normal measurement runs in that they are triggered by an external source.
Did you know that the Casella 633 can record audio? Learn about Casella 633 audio options and how to set parameters to best suit your noise meter survey.
Enter the Casella 633 Meter Mode to choose either Octave or 1/3 Octave measurement frequencies. Use the Octave Band Table as reference to lower, center, and upper cutoff frequencies.
View measurement results, delete measurement results, record audio notes, play audio files, and print run results with the Casella 633 Memory Results Menu.
Open the Casella 633 connection's panel to access the instrument's three ports: a power input port, a Mini B USB Port, and the AC/DC output port. Furthermore, the AC/DC output port has a tip, ring, and barrel connection.
Select one of three Casella 633 mode: SLM, Online, or NNR. The SLM mode is your default mode of operation while Online mode allows operation in conjunction with a computer. Finally, NNR mode is made to complete nuisance noise reports.
Casella 633 printing contains a myriad options for printing both sound level meter results and display screens with the Casella thermal printer (-CMC73).
Properly set the parameters for the Casella 633 Online mode. Record period, profile, or both results. Set different handshaking methods to pause data output.