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Unattended Environmental Noise and Weather Measurement

Unattended Environmental Noise and Weather Measurement 

The NoiseScout noise monitoring system is designed for unattended monitoring of noise levels in environments such as construction sites and airports. It is a professional system that provides a wide range of configuration options. These now include Plug & Play interfaces to a weather station and a GPS receiver.

NoiseScout update: What`s new?
NoiseScout can now provide up-to-the-minute weather and GPS data. Further, the WP30 microphone weather protection kit is now type-approved for vertical and horizontal sound incidence.

NoiseScout provides a complete solution
The primary task of the NoiseScout system is to record noise level and audio data measured by the XL2 Sound Level Meter. This data can be viewed live online in a web browser, and reports generated - even during the ongoing measurement.



New functions for the XL2-TA Outdoor Noise Measuring Station

New functions for the XL2-TA Outdoor Noise Measuring Station 

From now on, the XL2-TA Sound Level Meter and Acoustic Analyzer can also be used as a permanent outdoor measuring station. The latest Firmware version V4.21 is type-approved by the Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt (PTB) in Braunschweig. The type-approval also covers accessories, such as the WP30 Weather Protection kit for the class 1 M2230 microphone. The free Firmware update also provides improvements for building acoustics and consultants.

The new XL2-TA: even more versatile and comprehensive
There are many fields of application for the XL2-TA. The meter can be used with a measurement microphone directly plugged-in, extended on the cable, or in the weatherproof housing. All of these configurations are type-approved in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. The system complies with the extensive requirements of class 1 accuracy, as listed in the current IEC 61672-1, IEC 61260 and DIN 45657 standards.


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New functions for the XL2-TA Outdoor Noise Measuring Station

Webinar: Sound System Troubleshooting

Sound Bite


Meet NTi Audio at the following Events:

29 Nov. 2019
Structural Engineers Conference 2019
Stuttgart, Germany

11 - 14 Feb. 2020
ISE 2020
Hall 1, Booth E135
Amsterdam, Netherland

16 - 19 March 2020
DAGA 2020
Booth No. 24
Hannover, Germany

Sound System Troubleshooting

NTi Audio cordially invites you to a free live webinar.

When setting up a sound system, you frequently encounter problems such as no signal, hum or bad sound quality. The XL2 Audio Analyzer, together with the MR-PRO Signal Generator represent the perfect combination of handy tools that assist you to cope with these challenges.

The webinar covers the most common issues that may result in sound system flaws, be it for live sound or a permanent installation. We will explain efficient and quick approaches to identify and overcome such issues in practice.


Sound Bite

What does sound really look like?

When sound waves travel through air, the air vibrates. Air is invisible, so sound is invisible.

Perhaps the closest we can get to "seeing" sound is this experiment where the air vibrations divert light.

Read more!

See all the past Sound Bites and interesting customer responses in our archive.

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