Cirrus Research unveil Optimus+ and doseBadge5 special offer at NEC Health & Safety Event 2018
Team also celebrating shortlisting as finalists in Safety & Health Excellence Award for Campaign of the Year
Noise monitoring specialists Cirrus Research have some great offers ready to unveil at this year’s Health & Safety Event at the Birmingham NEC, April 10-12 – as well as a sneak preview of the Optimus+ sound level meter prototype.
Delegates visiting Cirrus Research at Stand HS153 will be able to demo both products, and take advantage of some great new offers, exclusive to HSE delegates.
The latest Cirrus Research doseBadge5 now comes with Octave Bands as standard and at no extra cost – offering a saving of up to £300 for those who snap up this great offer.
This new function, only introduced last year, runs alongside the doseBadge5′s on-going assessment of noise exposure but allows for more detailed analysis of noise sources. The additional data helps H&S managers select hearing protection or review noise control measures.
The latest feature is just a number of key upgrades to the doseBadge5. These include: wireless Bluetooth® connectivity, scheduled measurement timers and tamper detection, as well as extensive data logging and analysis.
The new and improved doseBadge5 also boasts enhanced wireless technology to allow remote communications with the doseBadge5 Wand and the dBLink App, as well as being iOS and Android compatible.
The Optimus+, the first time this prototype has been showcased in the public domain, also features Bluetooth capabilities and a range of new apps.
James Tingay, Marketing Manager for Cirrus Research said: “We’re really looking forward to this year’s event. The Cirrus DoseBadge5 alongside the Optimus+ will undoubtedly attract a lot of interest but this is only part of the bigger story that is evolving at Cirrus.
“Cirrus has just launched a new Noise at Work course to sit alongside its bespoke, on-site training. This is in addition to our calibration and servicing on all our noise and vibration measurement equipment, regardless of who made it. We also offer a consultancy service which is more than product-based – we now can undertake noise assessments that can highlight areas where on-going monitoring and measurement will be most effective.
“This all adds up to a complete 360﮿ solution for anyone dealing with noise or vibration issues.”
The Cirrus team is also very excited for this year’s event after its “Noise Changes Lives” campaign was shortlisted for the S&HE Campaign of the Year.
Also, featured on the stand over the three days will be the popular Revo hand-arm vibration meter and SoundSign visual warning signs, ideal for noise at work. The Cirrus team will also be busy promoting the additional support services such as product training, the “no quibble” 15-year warranty and calibration services.
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