Basic sound level meter for general noise assessments

Basic sound level meter [CR308/310]

Basic sound level meter being used in a factory.
Basic sound level meter being used at a roadside.
Vehicle noise measurement being done with a basic sound level meter.

Conduct easy and accurate noise assessments with a basic sound level meter. The device is easy to use, has a backlit screen and a long battery life, so you can use it in any situation. The sound meter is designed to international standards (IEC 61672, class 2), giving you confidence in its accuracy and reliability.

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Basic sound level meter for general noise assessments

The CR:308/310 basic sound meter requires no specialist knowledge. It has an easy-to-read display, large buttons and a backlit screen, so it’s easy to use in any situation. 

The class 2 sound meter meets international standards (IEC 61672). The device measures sound pressure (SPL) and maximum sound level (Lmax), making it ideal for a variety of acoustic testing:

  • Simple noise testing.
  • Machine and factory noise measurement.
  • Noise ordinance surveying.
  • Fire alarm testing.
  • Basic noise at work assessments.

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Basic sound level meter technical specifications

Industry standards IEC 61672-1:2013, class 2
Operating humidity 25% to 90%
Operating temperature

0°C to 40°C

Dimensions (millimetres) 215 x 68 x 32
Battery life and type 24 hours with 2 AA batteries
Weight 220 grams
Product code

CR:308 and CR:310

About Cirrus Research plc

Cirrus Research has been manufacturing noise measurement devices since 1970. The company is a world leader in the design of acoustic assessment devices. Thousands of businesses around the world rely on Cirrus products.

Cirrus Research prides itself on creating easy-to-use devices, with the latest technology. The company provides a 15-year warranty and extensive customer support. You can have confidence in the reliability, accuracy and longevity of your Cirrus product.

Contact Cirrus for advice about the best basic sound level meter for you.

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