MS6702 digital sound level meter is a measuring instrument that converts the ambient noise into electrical signals, processes the data and displays the results on the LCD. It is lightweight, compact, ergonomic and user-friendly. Measures noise levels in halls, hospitals, schools, and other noise-sensitive environments. It can also measure temperature, relative humidity and frequency.
Briefly about the product
CE / ETL / RoHS
Battery and User's manual
Range of measurements
Auto & Manual Ranging
Auto Power Off
2 times / second
125ms / 1 sec
Over Range Indication
MAX value hold function
Low Battery Display
AC Signal Output
DC Signal Output
- For measuring sound levels in halls, home cinema, hospitals, schools and other noise-sensitive environments.
- In the manufacturing and construction industry to measure the noise at the workplace
- For measurement and calculation of acoustic parameters
Auto Power Off
Auto Power Off function shutting down the device after a certain inactivity time.
Rear screen illumination is an important advantage for any device that owns it. Thanks to it, the visibility and legibility of the screen is increased, thus the device is much more subtle and reliable in small ambient light and long-term use.
The indication for low battery level is a useful feature and alert the user when needed battery unit to be changed. So you will still have a functioning device for use.
Temperature measurement is done in degrees (°). The unit of measurement adopted by SI is Celsius (° C), but it can also be measured in Fahrenheit (° F). The freezing point of 0 °C = 32 °F and the boiling point 100 °C = 212 °F.
The "MAX" function shows the highest value reached during the measurement.
Relative Humidity (%RH)
The ratio of the actual amount of water vapor present in the air at a given temperature to the maximum amount that the air could hold at that temperature. Relative humidity is expressed as a percentage. From 0% which indicates the air is absolutely dry to 100% which indicates the air is saturated.
The meter reads noise in factories, schools, offices, airports, and more. It can also be used to check the acoustics of studios, scenes and sound system installations.
A and C frequency weighing modes.
Fast / Slow
Fast / Slow Measurement function
Brochures and instructions