The LiveNoise LNT-SE noise monitor mounts on a wall and just needs power (adapter included) and access to a WiFi or Ethernet wired network. It communicates to our cloud server or to the LiveNoise Supervisor software to provide a real-time display of noise levels and long term noise reports.
On a purely "internal" system, the noise monitor communicates continuously with the LiveNoise Supervisor software running on a computer on your network to provide real-time noise levels, long-term stored noise measurements and high-noise alarms. Using this setup there is no need for the monitors or software to communicate with the outside world.
The LiveNoise Reporter software can generate reports of the noise and alarms over daily, weekly, monthly or other custom periods.
With the cloud based reporting system the noise monitor uploads its measurements to our LiveNoise Server for you to view using the Web Reporter. You access this through a web browsers.
With this setup there is no software to run locally and you can view the results from anywhere with Internet access.
The standard LiveNoise System includes both methods. You can use the Supervisor software on your local network, you can use the cloud based reporting, or you can use both at the same time.
The LNT-SE noise monitor mounts with four screws that are accessible from the front of the case with the font panel removed.
The type of fixing to use depends on what the monitor is being mounted to - screws for wood, plugs and screws for brick.
The noise monitor is lightweight and so does not need a strong structural mount.
The noise monitor comes with a 10 m (32 ft) power cable fitted through a weatherproof gland. This cable can be removed and shortened if necessary. A 24VDC power adapter is included with each noise monitor. The extension cable connects to the power adapter, which must be mounted indoors or in its own weatherproof enclosure.
The LNT-SE noise monitor needs to communicate with the LiveNoise Supervisor software to provide a real-time display of sound levels and for long-term noise measurement storage. With the Supervisor software running on a computer on your network, the LNT-SE noise monitor just needs WiFi access or a wired Ethernet connection to the same network.
If you have a WiFi network then all you need to do is provide the noise monitor with the router name and password. This configuration is carried out using the supplied software.
The noise monitor has an Ethernet port (RJ45) for connection to your wired network. This is a weatherproof socket and for outdoor use you will need a suitable weatherproof cable or weatherproof RJ45 cable housing. For indoor use a standard RJ45 network cable can be used.
The LNT-SE will need to be connected to your network in order to send the noise measurements to the Supervisor software or to the cloud server, depending on your configuration.
A computer on the network runs the LiveNoise Supervisor software, which shows the real-time noise levels and downloads all the measurements for long term storage and reporting.
Other computers on the network can access the noise measurements using the LiveNoise Reporter software.
The monitors send the noise measurements to our server and you view them using Web Reporter.
The LiveNoise Supervisor, Reporter and the online Web Reporter are included when you buy one or more LiveNoise Noise Monitors.
With the noise monitors connected to your network, you can chose how you want to deal with a live display and with long term reporting.
Operating on your own WiFi/Ethernet network, with live sound levels sent to a Windows computer, you will use the following software:
Supervisor - Connects to all your noise monitors, showing the live sound levels, indicating any high noise level alarms and storing long term measurements.
Reporter - Using the measurements stored by Supervisor, this software generates long term noise reports: daily, weekly, monthly or custom periods.
The noise monitors send all the noise measurements to our cloud server, from where the Web Reporter provides you with noise reports.
|Acoustic Standards||IEC 61672-2:2002 Class 2|
|ANSI S1.4 Type 2|
|Frequency Range||20 Hz to 20 kHz|
|Measuring Range||30 to 120 dB|
|Deviation||± 0.5 dB|
|Outputs||0-10 V or 4-20 mA|
|USB Port||For USB memory stick|
|Ethernet Port||Weatherproof RJ45 socket|
|Internal Memory||16 GB for up to 5 years storage|
|Dimensions||150 x 260 x 75 mm|
|5.9" x 10.2" x 2.95"|
|Power||24VDC, max 12W (power adapter included)|