PU Regular Gen2 Probe
PU REGULAR GEN2, STATE-OF-ART 1/2" SOUND INTENSITY PROBE
The PU Regular Gen2 represents state-of-the-art technology when it comes to PU probes. Designed for durability, packaging the unique sensing technology in a rugged, robust probe housing. The Microflown PU probe is well-known for being the world’s first acoustic probe capable of measuring sound pressure and particle velocity directly and physically at the same position. Driven by innovation, a leap in performance was achieved, by literally reaching higher levels, with the highest dynamic range ever to be accomplished in a PU probe. We know the repeatability of your measurements matters, that’s why our Gen2 probe is designed to be compatible Class 1 Microflown Sound Calibrator for field calibration. To ensure your Scan&Paint 2D measurements are “on track”, two IR LEDs have been integrated, that enable live position tracking of the probe. Give your product an edge by unleashing the complete potential of a PU probe to quantify, visualize and localize your sound sources even in demanding testing environments.
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GAME CHANGING NEXT LEVEL PROBE POSITION TRACKING
The PU Regular GEN2 has two integrated IR LEDs, enabling features that could save you valuable time! These built-in IR LEDs might be invisible to the naked eye but in combination with a technology-fusing camera, allowing to enable real-time probe position tracking when moving the probe. Extremely handy and powerful to keep your Scan&Paint 2D measurements “on track”. Creating broadband, high spatial resolution sound maps has never been more straightforward and being displayed to you that fast!
DESIGNED TO ENSURE QUALITY, FIELD CALIBRATION ENTERS THE WORLD OF PU PROBES
We know the repeatability of your measurements matters and that you want to be sure that your equipment does what you expect. That’s why our Gen2 probe is designed to be compatible with our Class 1 Microflown Sound Calibrator for field calibration. This calibration step is typically performed before and/or after measurements to maximize the accuracy of your data. Both sensors included in the PU probe can be calibrated against a known level and frequency, for example, at a level of 94dB and frequency of 1kHz. Field calibration of sound intensity probes has never been easier.
SYMBOLIZING A LONG-LASTING PARTNERSHIP
Dare to be different and unique, as a particle velocity sensor company, Microflown affiliates with that statement. Since its founding, we continuously thrive in ways of differentiating ourselves from the competition. Our technology is one of a kind, which is why we have our own recognizable design; the black mat finish of the probe stands out! A long-lasting collaboration with LEMO has been established going back to the founding of Microflown Technologies. To emphasize this synchronicity, LEMO granted us the right to introduce the well-known trademark embodiment grip feature to match our aesthetics perfectly.
BROAD BAND DIRECTIONALITY
Whereas sound pressure is scalar and has an omnidirectional sensitivity pattern, the particle velocity is a vector quantity with a broadband, frequency-independent figure-of-eight sensitivity. A powerful feature that makes the probe less susceptible to the environment when background noise is present. Resulting in that by nature, it disregards 1/3 of the total sound field, enabling accurate sound localization even in acoustically challenging environments.
- Broadband sensing | 20Hz -14kHz
- Direct measurement of particle velocity & sound pressure
- Designed for durability, packed in a robust housing
- Build-in IR LEDs enabling real-time position tracking
- Compatible with a sound calibrator for field calibration
- Robust against high pressure over intensity ratio (p/I index)
- Low susceptibility to background noise in the environment
- Noise Source Identification
- Particle velocity measurements
- Sound Intensity measurements
- Sound Power measurements
- Direct listening to particle velocity
- Your preferred probe for Scan&Paint 2D