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Whether completely new to the HBK range of Sound Level Meters or looking for a refresher, join this session for an introduction to the Type 2250 and Type 2270.
Working together with Type 2250 and 2270, Measurement Partner Suite is the software for reviewing data and performing analysis for your projects. From importing data, to performing FFT analysis on WAV files and creating reports, this session provides an overview of the Measurement Partner Suite software Type BZ-5503.
Join this webinar for a thorough introduction to our data analysis software, BK Connect. With modern and efficient work processes, getting the job done is easy. This session provides attendees with an overview of BK Connect and an understanding of the general scope of time data post-processing.
Join this session for an introduction to the Type 2245 and 2255 Sound Level Meters including the all new IOS apps and PC software packages.
In this webinar, we will show the value of using Aqira to manage large quantities of measured data and how to automate the extraction of insights using customer defined analysis apps. We will also highlight some of the key new capabilities of Aqira 2023 and demonstrate the software in action.
Join this webinar to find out how to use the meter stand alone, alongside the IOS app and how to download and analyse your data in the Environoise Partner PC app.
Join this session to find out how the HBK’s 2245 Sound Level Meter is a complete, focused toolset for measuring occupational noise to ISO 9612.
Join this session to learn how to easily setup projects for multiple partition tests, review data and generate reports with the all new IOS apps and PC Software.
Join this session to see how Product Noise Partner, in combination with our latest sound level meter Type 2245, can help you to calculate pressure-based sound power on a device under test.
Join this session for an introduction to the theory of Sound Intensity, see setup and measurement demonstrations – and a review of data, including the use of colour contour maps.