Examine the general overall features of that Casella 240 series as well as the specific differences between the Casella 240,242, 244, and 246 sound level meters.
Experience the ease and performance of Casella noise testing equipment. This course contains a guide with pictures to change settings for the Casella 246 sound level meter.
See the Casella 246 specifications. Listed are the standards, operating and storage environmental conditions, and properties of the Casella 246 sound level meter.
Use AA batteries or a USB connection for Casella 246 power supply when conducting a workplace, product/service, or nuisance noise survey.
View the Casella 246 interface. The Casella 246 has three buttons: On/Off button, Left key and Right Key. It also has two connections ports to input and output data.
Complete Casella 246 calibration with confidence. Casella recommends calibration noise testing equipment before and after each measurement run when conducting surveys.
Visit each Casella 246 Instrument Setting Screen to change parameters as necessary. Settings screens include Recording Data, Display Type, Measurement Range, Time Weightings, Frequency Weightings, Average Settings, and Logging Interval Screen.
Adjust the display contrast, switch the signal input source, and set the calibration reference level within the Casella 246 Configuration menu screens.
Visit the Memory and Time menu screen. Learn how to check the Casella 246 memory and erase the entire results. Furthermore, learn how set the time and date.