MCM Electronics

Digital Sound Level Meter By Tenma (72-942) MCM Part #72-942

4.5 stars 1 review
$59.99 
MSRP: $169.00
You Save: $109.01 (65 %)

Compact Digital Sound Level Meter
Compact sound level meter measures less than 9" in length, including the windscreen, yet provides selectable response time and frequency weighting. It is perfect for sound system testing, speaker system measurement and environmental noise level monitoring.

Specifications Top

  • Compact Size
  • A and C weighting
  • Selectable fast / slow response time
  • Selectable MAX hold and data hold function
  • Two measurement ranges
  • Large ¾" digit LCD backlit display
  • Threaded insert which accepts standard tripod mount
  • Auto power off
  • 1999 count display with 0.1dB resolution
  • Removable windscreen
  • Includes manual and 9V battery

    Specifications:

  • Frequency range: 31.5Hz ~ 8KHz
  • Measurement range:
    30 ~ 100dB (low)
    60 ~ 130dB (high)
  • Microphone element: ½" electret condenser
  • Sample rate: 0.5 seconds
  • Time weighting: 125mS (fast), 1 Sec. (slow)
  • Accuracy: ±1.4dB @ 1KHz, 94dB
  • Dimensions: 8¼" (L) x 2¼" (W) x 1¼" (D)
    Part Numbers
    MCM Part #:72-942
    Tenma Part #:72-942
    Package Specifications & Dimensions
    Weight:1.45 lbs.
    Hazardous:No
    Warranty:365 days
    Need to Return?
    Length:12 in.
    Width:7.25 in.
    Height:2.75 in.
    Shipping Information
    Extra Shipping Charge:No
    Drop Ship:No
    Catalog Pages
    Catalog/Page:
    MCM Cat 57, Page 1289
    MCM Cat 56, Page 1130
    View in Catalog
  • Product Reviews Top

    • by birnbaum

      on 6/21/2015

      Excellent value with an impressive feature set.

      Overall: 4.5 out of 5
      Value:
      Quality:

      This instrument has every feature the on-line description mentions, thoughtfully implemented. The display is expecially clear, and evenly illuminated by the switchable backlight. Not mentioned were the included 9-v battery and the decent case with a nicely fitted foam insert. No complaints at all, but a couple of enhancements would be appreciated. The instructions say to remove the battery when the meter is not to be used for a time--a prudent suggestion. However, this means that the recess in the foam insert for the battery will be occupied. A second slot for a (user provided) spare battery would be nice, and should add little or nothing to the cost. Also, the battery compartment cover is secured by a small, Phillips-head screw (mind you, a machine screw with a threaded metal insert in the body). I would be neat if they included an inexpensive Phillips screwdriver with its own slot in the foam insert.

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