What’s new on the B2B Market?
Mar 12 2021
Date: 12 March 2021 11:04 PM
- Power and energy metering (EN ISO 14001)
- Energy efficiency (European directive 2012/27/UE)
- Electricity consumption auditing (NF EN ISO 50001)
- Validation of actual energy consumption
- Maintenance & diagnostics
Mar 12 2021
Date: 12 March 2021 11:12 AM
The CA 1310 is equipped with a foam wind‐shield for outdoor measurements and a microphone with a 5‐metre cable for remote use.
The CA 1310 sound level meter can be used to measure and control noise impact in the environment:
- exposure to noise in the workplace,
- noise of HVAC systems
- building acoustics, neighbourhood problems, etc.
- to draft noise nuisance reports…
The CA 1310 sound level meter offers 2 types of measurement: ‘instantaneous’ (SPL) or 'equivalent continuous sound level' (Leq). For continuous equivalent sound level (Leq) measurements, the integration time can be set to periods from 10 sec to 24 hrs. The CA 1310 can record up to 64,000 measurement points, with a sampling rate definable directly in the instrument's SETUP menu.
The SL‐Software PC software can be used to monitor the measurements in real time, view the data and export them for analysis or measurement report generation
Mar 12 2021
Date: 12 March 2021 11:07 AM
A thermal camera is a simple, effective instrument for quickly identifying anyone suffering from a fever. In the context of a wider set of precautionary measures, each employer can organize temperature testing of the people who enter their sites. With the new CA 1900 thermal camera for measuring human body or skin temperature launched by Chauvin Arnoux, it is particularly easy to set up an operation to detect any people with an abnormally high temperature.
Just like an infrared thermometer, the thermal camera offers remote, no-contact measurement of a living thing’s surface temperature. Both capture the infrared radiation emitted by an individual (invisible to the naked eye). The difference is that the no-contact thermometer will indicate the temperature of a specific point, whereas the camera can measure the temperature of an area. In addition, with the thermometer, a person’s temperature has to be measured at a distance of 5 to 20 cm, whereas you can measure from a distance of up to 1.5 metres with an infrared camera for testing body temperature. This is reassuring for operators who may have to temperature-test tens of people a day
The skirting boards do not interfere with the fastening systems (CLIP, VIP or GF) nor with the assembly of the doors: a single accessory suitable for all situations.