The wait is over! For customers taking worker noise dose measurements where intrinsic safety ratings are required, the Spartan Intrinsically Safe Noise Dosimeter Model 730IS is now available. With all of the features of the Spartan Series, Spartan-IS provides completely wireless noise exposure measurements in hazardous areas such as petrochemical sites, chemical manufacturing plants, pharmaceutical manufacturing facilities and other potentially hazardous locations where ATEX/IECEx (Ex ia I/IIC), UL 913 / CAN/CSA C22.2 (Class 1 Div 1), and FCC approvals are required.
Use the dosimeter with the LD Atlas™ mobile app and wirelessly connect for test setup, live view, data download, and voice-to-text annotation. Plus, share reports right from your phone!
Have an older model dosimeter? Learn more about our trade-in program and get started with Spartan today!
Ken Cox, Product Manager, will walk you through methods of evaluating human vibration exposure - from quick assessment to measurement techniques. We’ll also expand on some unique terminology used in the field and the various weightings applied for measurements. Coming Up Soon - Register Now!
Latest Firmware Offers Spartan Series Upgrades
Have a Spartan Noise Dosimeter? Update to the latest firmware to improve your testing with these enhanced features:
Selectable time history sample period (1 second or 1 minute)
Calibration level included in reports
Data files now searchable in G4 LD Utility software
Current sound levels displayed on a newly available Live View screen
What Does it Mean for Equipment to be Intrinsically Safe?
A piece of equipment that is designated as intrinsically safe has been designed to operate in a potentially explosive environment. In the simplest terms, under any operating conditions, the equipment and wiring is not capable of releasing sufficient electrical or thermal energy for ignition.
What types of environments are potentially explosive? We often think of flammable gasses or fuels, but dust and fine powder can also create potentially explosive environments. Common work environments for which intrinsically safe devices are necessary include on oil rigs, in refineries, in mining operations, pharmaceutical manufacturing, and farming...
Read the label carefully to determine where it’s safe to use your device.
HVM100 Product Notice
The Larson Davis HVM100 Human Vibration Meter is being discontinued this summer. The next generation of Human Vibration Meter, Model HVM200, allows you to control and view data directly from your phone via the LD Atlas app - making ISO-compliant hand-arm, whole body, and general vibration measurements easy. Contact our team of experts for details.
MTS Sensors, a division of MTS Systems Corporation (NASDAQ: MTSC), vastly expanded its range of products and solutions after MTS acquired PCB Piezotronics, Inc. in July 2016. PCB Piezotronics, Inc. is a wholly owned subsidiary of MTS Systems Corp.; IMI Sensors and Larson Davis are divisions of PCB Piezotronics, Inc.; Accumetrics, Inc. and The Modal Shop, Inc. are subsidiaries of PCB Piezotronics, Inc.