Brüel & Kjær has a long history of building sound level meters and many acoustic consultants have trusted this equipment for their daily work. Sound level meters (SLMs) have evolved a lot over the years, and Brüel & Kjær has been at the forefront of this change, from the world’s first hand-held transistorized SLM in 1960 through to the computerized SLMs of today.
Type 2250 redefined hand-held SLMs for the 21st century, introducing many new features and technologies that make sound measurement easier and less error-prone, without compromising capability. In this interactive graphic, we invite you to take a peek under the hood of Type 2250 and explore some of its most interesting features and design details.
October 24, 2018
You’ve been working with your trusty old sound level meter for over a decade now. You know it back to front. You can navigate quickly through the setup menus and, although you know technology advances have left you behind, it does the job. In short, if it ain’t broke, why fix it? On the other hand, it does have a few scratches, but it still works fine and every second year you get it calibrated...
September 28, 2018
The historical milestones that shaped the sound level meter of today With the relentless advance of technology, the sound level meters of today are very different creatures to those of the Sixties. This blog post looks at the evolution of sound level meters, delving into history and looking at the trends that are shaping their future. We will look at some of the technological developments and...