Neulog Sound Sensor NUL-212
Item # NL-2120
This sensor has two modes of operation. In slow mode it can be used to measure Sound-pressure level in decibels. In fast mode it can be used to compare different sources of sound, their waveforms can also be displayed.
This Neulog Sound Sensor NUL-212 sensor has two modes of operation. In slow mode, it can be used to measure the Sound-pressure level in decibels. In fast mode it can be used to compare different sources of sound, their waveform can also be displayed.
The frequencies of tuning forks and wind-chimes can be determined and simple electronic signal generators calibrated using it. With two sound sensors, the velocity of propagation of sound in various media can be determined by timing a pulse traveling between them.
The sound sensor is located in a plastic box accessible to the atmosphere via a hole in its side.
Experiment Duration: 25 milliseconds to 31 days.
Range and operation modes:
Level: 40 to 110 dB
ADC resolution: 12 bit
Accuracy: ±2 dB and 1 signal
Resolution: 0.1 dB and 1 signal
Max Sample Rate (S/sec):
Please note: A connection between your sensors and hardware is required. You can choose from the USB Module, WiFi Module, RF Module, or Display Module. A Battery Module is also required for any connection other then USB Module, which is powered through the cable. View the Neulog Connection Interface Group for accessories.
Products being sold are not toys. They are for Educational / Labratory use only. They are not for use by children 12 and under.