- General Analyser
- Building Acoustics
- Sound Power
- Appliance Noise
The Nor850-MF1 rack is designed to contain up to 10 measurement channels. Each channel module has the same features and specifications as the Nor140, but can only be remotely controlled from the Nor850 Suite via LAN interface. For wireless connection, a router is attached to the LAN connector. The rack is powered by 115/230 Vac or by 12Vdc.
The Nor850-MF1 rack is delivered with a selectable number of measurement channels, and may be upgraded with additional channels as the needs grow. Multiple racks may be used in the same system alternatively in a mix with Nor140 or Nor150 Sound level meters as additional frontends. Optionally, selected channels may be fitted with signal generator outputs.
Features all modes
In the heart of the Nor850 Suite there is a sensor database containing all possible information about each user complete list of measurement transducers (microphones, preamplifiers, accelerometers, etc.) including serial numbers, product name, producer, calibration history, verification laboratories, the date of next verification, correction data, and more. The data base may also include similar data for calibrators and reference sound sources.
Logging of DC-voltage levels in parallel with the acoustic measurements is available, as well as direct read-in of temperature, humidity and pressure from external sensors.
Individual units for each measuring channel offer a very high degree of operating flexibility. It allows the user to operate a multichannel system one day – or many individual measuring units another day!
The multichannel system Nor850 is expanding as the needs grow. Start with the new Nor150 sound and vibration analyser, or two units of the standardized Nor140 Sound Level Meters, and increase step-by-step by adding additional Sound Level Meter units – or mix with Nor850-MF1 Racks containing 1-10 measuring channels.
By connecting a number of individual measuring units through various communication channels – including both LAN and USB – the user may create the optimal multichannel system for any task. Wireless communication through Bluetooth or WLAN is also available.
Each individual measuring unit may be homologated by independent verification laboratories that means even the entire multichannel system may be homologated!