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.
Complete Casella 246 calibration with confidence. Casella recommends calibration noise testing equipment before and after each measurement run when conducting surveys.
Adjust the display contrast, switch the signal input source, and set the calibration reference level within the Casella 246 Configuration menu screens.
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.
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.
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.
Use AA batteries or a USB connection for Casella 246 power supply when conducting a workplace, product/service, or nuisance noise survey.
See the Casella 246 specifications. Listed are the standards, operating and storage environmental conditions, and properties of the Casella 246 sound level meter.
Discover the general features of that Casella 350 series dosimeters as well as the specific differences between the Casella 350, 350 Lite, and the 352 Plus.
Begin and end each measurement run with a Casella 352 Plus calibration to ensure an accurate and consistent personal noise investigation.
Cycle through the Casella 352 Plus Configuration Menu screens to set the contrast, language, pro mode, display, LCD scrolling, threshold, dB alarm, pre-set mode, auto lock, and memory deletion settings.
The Casella 352 Plus Interface is straightforward. With only two control buttons, operation is easy. Likewise, components of Casella dosimeters are of a simple and effective design.
Learn how to start, lock, unlock, and stop a Casella 352 Plus measurement run. Furthermore, review the measurement results on the Casella Personal dosimeter.
Read the Casella 352 Plus specifications to familiarize yourself with its features and capabilities as a personal industrial and/ workplace dosimeter.
Scan the Casella 352 Plus Start-up menus to gather pertinent information such as model, firmware version, battery status, memory usage, results and more.
Peruse over the general overall features of that Casella 620 series as well as the specific differences between the Casella 620, 621, and its variations.
Understand procedures of Casella 621 Calibration to ensure the accuracy and creditability of your sound level meter survey. Calibration should be done before and after each measurement run.
Open the Casella 621 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. Learn about the importance and functions of each port.
Understand the Casella 621 Interface keys to operate the instrument as well as the color coded menus to signify what mode the sound level meter is in.
The Casella 621 has four display views and six predefined Casella 621 Measurement views and two user defined measurement views. Learn how to navigate and pick/alter these views.
Navigate and view the Casella 621 memory result screens. In addition, learn to clear the Casella 621 sound meter memory or delete a single measurement run.
Use AA batteries, a Mains 12 volt DC charger, or a USB cable for Casella 621 power supply when conducting a workplace, industrial or environmental noise survey.
Want a sound level measurement run to last a specified time? Enter Casella 621 Run Duration menu and input a time duration from 1 second to 24 hours for your noise testing survey.
Investigate the Casella 621 specifications. Listed are the standards, features, capabilities, and physical properties of the Casella 621 sound level meter.
Properly set the Casella 621 Time and Date before your sound level meter survey to ensure accurate and organized measurement runs. Calibrate the time and date with these easy tutorial.
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.
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.
Familiarize yourself with Casella 633 Calibration to accurately compile results. Calibration of Casella sound meters is recommended before and after recordings.
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 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.
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.
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.
The Casella has seven different display views and six predefined Casella 633 measurement views. In additions the user can defined two different measurement views.
View measurement results, delete measurement results, record audio notes, play audio files, and print run results with the Casella 633 Memory Results Menu.
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.
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.
Discover the different methods of Casella 352 Plus Mounting. Use pin mounting clips, crocodile mounting clips, a harness mounting kit, or the hard hat mounting kit.
Learn about Casella 352 Plus Power Supply. Know how and when to charge the dosimeter using a single battery charger. Furthermore, examine connecting up to three chargers to each other to charge a large amount of dosimeters.
Properly set the parameters for the Casella 633 Online mode. Record period, profile, or both results. Set different handshaking methods to pause data output.
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.
Investigate the Casella 633 specifications. Listed are the standards, features, capabilities, and physical properties of the Casella 633 sound level meter.
Casella 633 printing contains a myriad options for printing both sound level meter results and display screens with the Casella thermal printer (-CMC73).
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.
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.
Learn how to transfer Casella 621 data from the noise testing equipment to a computer via USB cable. Also, learn how to access the System Tools menu to write, recover, and delete the USB memory.