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    Noise Sensor, 0-5V, 0-10V, 4-20mA

    With a compact design measuring 110mm in length and 20mm in diameter, featuring versatile output options of 0-5V, and 4-20mA, covering frequencies from 31.5Hz to 8kHz, noise sensor captures a broad spectrum of sound.
    SKU: ATO-NC-YS1920
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    Boasting a high resolution of 0.1dB, with a remarkable accuracy of ±1.5dB, noise detection sensor delivers precise data for detailed analysis and monitoring.


    Model ATO-YS19 ATO-YS20
    Interface Method 0-5V 0-10V 4-20mA
    Operating Voltage 12-25VDC 13-25VDC
    Operating Current 23mA(@24.0V) 28mA(@24.0V)
    Measurement Range 30-130dB
    Frequency Range 31.5 -8kHz
    Weighting Method A-weighting
    Resolution (of a Photo) 0.1dB
    Accurate ±1.5dB
    Response Time 100ms, 250ms, 300ms, 400ms (Factory Default 400ms)
    Operating Temperature -20℃~60℃
    Overall Dimension 110 (Length) × 20 (Diameter) mm
    Protocol mode Analogue


    • L-shaped bracket and double nuts: Easy to install and remove, more convenient construction.
    • Precision dual X-layer board design: Professional noise processing chip, processing weighting network, designing filter network, mourning and RMS operation circuit, and on-board calibration potentiometer. On-board TVS, ESD and self-recovery fuse protection devices to increase circuit reliability.
    • Stainless steel tube body: Adopting 304 stainless steel to make the tube body, with strong, rust-resistant and high-temperature-resistant features.
    • Stainless steel waterproof sealing connector: It can cope with the complex outdoor environment and realise waterproof and moisture-proof function.
    • 1 metre four core cable: 0.5 flat core, easy wiring, more stable communication

     Noise sensor 0-5V 4-20mA feature Dimension

    Noise sensor size

    Noise sensor accessory dimension

    Tips: Is the Noise sensor compatible with common data acquisition systems?

    To determine the compatibility of the noise sensor with common data acquisition systems, you should refer to the sensor's technical specifications or documentation. Look for information related to communication protocols and output signals. Common data acquisition systems typically support various analog signals.

    • Check the Datasheet: Look for a datasheet or technical documentation that comes with the noise sensor. It should provide details on the electrical outputs and communication protocols.
    • Analog Output Compatibility: Confirm that the voltage outputs (0-5V, 0-10V) and current output (4-20mA) are within the input range of your data acquisition system. Most systems are versatile and can handle a variety of analog signals.
    • Communication Protocols: Check if the noise sensor uses standard communication protocols such as voltage signals or current loops. Common data acquisition systems often support widely used protocols.
    • Voltage/Current Input of Data Acquisition System: Ensure that the data acquisition system you plan to use has input channels that match the voltage and current specifications of the noise sensor. For example, if the sensor outputs a 0-5V signal, make sure the data acquisition system has input channels designed for that range.
    • Signal Conditioning Requirements: Some sensors may require signal conditioning or amplification. Check if the noise sensor needs any specific signal conditioning and whether your data acquisition system can provide it if necessary.
    • Compatibility with Software: Verify if the software used by your data acquisition system supports the type of signal and units provided by the noise sensor. This is important for accurate data interpretation and analysis.
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