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Carry online with interactive sound level meters

19 November 2009

Brüel & Kjær has developed a high-speed, web-browser functionality for its family of hand-held analysers. This allows operators remote control access to the instrument - or instruments -from a mobile phone, PDA, iPhone or PC with Internet browser capability.

Carry online with interactive sound level meters
Carry online with interactive sound level meters

It enables the user to monitor prevailing noise levels in real-time, manage the measurement setup and retrieve measurement data, thereby keeping the operator in touch with their measurements at all times.

The remote-connection functionality is hosted in the instrument, so the user does not need any special software installed on their PC or phone.

Brüel & Kjær's 2250, 2250 Light and 2270 meters are simply required to be active on a WLAN connection or available on the internet via a 3G, GPRS, EDGE or GPRS router connection. The user enters the IP address - or address label - of the instrument into the Internet address field, on the browser, to access the instrument via a mimic keyboard and touch screen display.

The 2250 or 2270 can also be configured to automatically send an SMS text or e-mail status message when pre-defined conditions or events occur. This is primarily designed for unattended monitoring and serves to keep the operator informed of measurement progress or factors affecting measurement quality.

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