• Wearable particulate and noise measurement instrument for peace of mind in the workplace

Noise Monitoring

Wearable particulate and noise measurement instrument for peace of mind in the workplace

May 19 2023

Pambry Instruments has further developed its range of wearable environmental monitoring equipment with a new particulate measurement device. The PED 1780 is small and light enough to be attached to your workwear to monitor the user-experienced noise level/dose and particulates present during the working day. 

The instrument is calibrated and conforms to international health and safety standards and can be configured to use custom levels for specific requirements. The PED 1780 measures particulate matter (PM1.0 to PM10.0), noise level, noise dose, CO2, CO, VOCs and ambient temperature/humidity with a range of optional sensors. The data can be downloaded to a PC, or optional Cloud data analytics, for use in health and safety reporting and record retention, and for early warning of trending issues that may harm your personnel. This device also features Bluetooth connectivity to its mobile app and a klick-fast connector that can be used with a variety of attachments.

Users have the option of a visual or vibrating alarm to warn them of potential hazards. A powerful battery enables multi-day use, with up to 160 hours of usage, or 4 working weeks, depending on sampling time; this can be charged using a USB C or wireless docking station. This is the latest of Pambry Instruments’ products in their highly reputable range of noise level/dose monitoring, noise alert, and CO2/NO2/O3/VOC alert products.

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