SAFE for Noise

Noise measurements are vital for the enviroment in order to have proper living and working conditions. It is therefore important to have good data on noise levels. SAFE has several features to help you make long term noise measurements.

SAFE makes automatic noise measurements easy accessible. Either with or without a sound level meter. Start making noise measurements conforming with relevant noise standards using one of SAFEs many templates. Noise measurements are often long term measurements and data can be difficult to capture and seperate for easy analysis. SAFE uses smart monitoring to ensure you catch each noisy event and get a great dataset to analyse futher.

Automatic Monitoring

Ensure you do not miss any moments by using automatic monitoring to catch them for you

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Tons of Templates

SAFE has noise measurement templates with different use-cases for e.g. consultancy work

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Conform with ISO Standards

Ensure your noise measurements conforms with the latest standard using SAFE templates

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Noise Toolbox

The noise toolbox contains all the relevant analysis tools you need to make short and long term noise measurements and analysis. The tools are included in many of the room acoustic specific templates to make it easy for you to get started with using the toolbox. The data can easily be reported using SAFEs automatic reporting or export the results to Excel and many other formats.

  • SPL Level
  • LAeq, LCeq
  • Statistics
  • Histogram
  • Box Plot
  • Spectrogram

Use Any Hardware

SAFE works with almost any hardware e.g. sound level meters, USB soundcards, National Instrument hardware  and much more. Hardware for room acoustic testing depends on what the use-case is. Sound level meters are very handy but also expensive and has a small amount of channels, while USB soundcards can have several microphones and are less expensive. SAFE can inteface to most equipment so you can either use your existing equipment or use the equipment that fits best for the job. If you have doubts about what to buy let us know and we will help you to choose the best equipmet for your use-case.

Conform With Noise ISO Standards

SAFE is tightly integrated with relevant noise ISO standards to quickly let you conform with standards and get valid results. All tools in the noise toolbox conforms with relevant standards and many of the noise measurement templates are build from relevant standards. Look for the standardisation tag when choosing your template. What it means when templates conform with standards is that the template will help you not only with analysis data but also ensure that you have knowledge of equipment placement procedures and reporting, saving you weeks of work. Some of the standards SAFE uses are listed below

If the standard your are using or want to use is not mentioned get in touch and let us integrate it for you so you can use it straight away. We are experts in standards and can quickly develop a solution for you.

EN ISO 61672-1

Sound level meters - Part 1: Specifications

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EN ISO 1999

Estimation of noise-induced hearing loss

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EN ISO 1996-1

Description, measurement and assessment of environmental noise - Part 1: Basic quantities and assessment procedures

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Automatic Monitoring

Scale your testing capabilities with SAFEs automatic monitoring features to catch every moment and get relevant data straight away. Automatic monitoring is setup triggers that trigger on specific event such as loud noises and can begin recordings, send notifications to you. This means that you can measure for several hours and still get information about what happened even if you were away. Automatic monitoring like this is features you can only find in much more expensive software and sound level meters but now it available to everyone.

Setting up automatic monitoring is as easy as everything else in SAFE. Choose what measurement you want to monitor and what action should be taken and that is it. 

You can also start measurements without you being present, by setting up specific times that your measurement should start. This makes remote measurement much easier. As an example you don’t have to be present at the measurement site at night time, just set a timer and go home.

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Templates makes it easy

Having templates that conforms with room acoustic standards makes testing so much easier.

Andreas H. Rukjær
Andreas H. Rukjær