Heavy duty tripod for HATS Maximum height: 217 cm Safety payload: 12 kg (HATS with Type 4606: 10.4kg)
The Turntable System Type 9640 is designed to rotate a test object, such as a loudspeaker, microphone, or hydrophone, for measurement of directional response. When used in combination with a personal computer, Type 9640 becomes part of a system capable of automatically recording the directional characteristics of many different test
Telephone Test Head Type 4602B allows accurate and repeatable positioning and subsequent measurement of a telephone handset in the standardized LRGP, HATS and AEN positions as recommended by the ITU-T, as well as in the REF position (OREM A). USE SCENARIOS Accurate and repeatable positioning of telephone handsets for electroacoustic
The Handset Positioner Type 4606 allows accurate and repeatable mounting of telephone handsets on HATS in both standardized and user-defined positions. This makes HATS into a state-of-the-art telephone test rig providing both an artificial mouth and ear with pinna for measurements according to ITU-T recommendations. USE SCENARIOS Testing of headphones
WA-1647 is designed to hold Head And Torso Simulators Types 4100 or 4128 in virtually any car seat. The height of the HATS above the seat is adjustable using one-hand operable quick-lock lever. Straps around the seat enables to hold the HATS firmly in place.
The Anechoic Test Box Type 4232 is designed to produce an exact acoustic replicate of an electric input signal and to exclude all external noise when performing measurements on hearing aids and microphones. USE SCENARIOS Fast and reliable testing of hearing aids and microphones in a uniform sound field Investigation
The Type 4987 family has been developed for production line quality control of insert, intra-concha (earbuds), supra-aural (on-ear), supra-concha (in-ear), circum-aural (over-ear) earphone devices, and smartphones. There are three variants: Type 4987: the core product Type 4987-A: for smartphone testing Type 4987-B: for earphone and earbud testing USE SCENARIOS Compliance
2 cc Click-on Coupler Type 4946 is intended for measurements on all types of hearing aids and is optimized for repetitive use in the laboratory and on the production line. It fulfills the requirements of the ANSI S3.7 (2008) and IEC 60318-5 (2006) standards. USE SCENARIOS Frequency response, sensitivity and
Artificial Mastoid Type 4930 has been designed for the calibration of bone-conduction hearing aids. It consists of a mechanical simulation of the human head, incorporating a built-in force transducer to monitor the output of the device to be calibrated. USE SCENARIOS Objective measurement of hearing aid and audiometer bone vibrator
Mouth Simulator Type 4227 is designed to test telephone transmitters, smart speakers and other microphones where a sound field similar to the human voice field is required. Also used as accurate reference source for near field testing of handsets and microphones. USE SCENARIOS Quality control testing of frequency response and
Wideband Ear Simulator for Telephonometry Type 4195 is designed for wideband measurements on handset telephones where realistic acoustical loads are needed. Fulfils the standard ITU – T Recommendation P.57, Artificial Ear Type 3.2 low- and high-leak. Type 4195 has been developed for use in combination with Telephone Test Head Type
Ear Simulator for Telephonometry Type 4185 is designed for measurements on handset telephones, including handsets with high impedance earpiece where sealed conditions are required. Type 4185 fulfills the requirements of the ITU–T P.57 Type 1 recommendation and the IEC 60318 standard. USE SCENARIOS Measurements on telephone handsets Earphone calibration Type
The Ear Simulator Type 4157 closely reproduces the acoustical parameters of the human ear, presenting the insert earphone under test with an impedance approximating that of the real human ear. USE SCENARIOS Frequency response, sensitivity and distortion measurements on insert earphones, e.g. used in hearing aids, operator headsets, etc. Servicing
Artificial Ear Type 4153 is designed to enable electroacoustical measurements on insert earphones and headphones to be carried out under well defined acoustical conditions. It fulfils the requirements of IEC 60318-1 and has an acoustical impedance basically similar to that of the human ear. Type 4153 consists of an acoustic
Artificial Ear Type 4152 is designed to enable electroacoustical measurements on insert earphones and headphones to be carried out under well defined acoustical conditions. Type 4152 consists of an acoustic coupler, a main housing containing the sockets for the connection of a Brüel & Kjær condenser microphone and a base
SYMMETRICAL PINNAE FOR HEAD AND TORSO SIMULATOR These symmetrical pinnas complies to ITU-T Rec. P.58, IEC 60318-7 and ANSI S3.36-1985, including testing of headphones and hearing protectors as well as measurements on telephones, hands-free communication devices and hearing aids.
PINNAE WITH TAPERED EAR CANAL FOR HEAD AND TORSO SIMULATOR Easy mounting of earbuds when used with HATS pinnas. With a slightly modified ear canal entrance, the shape of the pinnas is conical merged with a cylinder, making it easy to seal earbuds to the pinna during tests.
Manikin designed for recording in-vehicle noise for sound quality evaluation and testing. Also used for sound optimization of consumer appliances, office equipment, power tools, marine equipment and heavy machinery. USE SCENARIOS Recording vehicle noise for sound quality evaluation and testing Recording noise from domestic appliances, office equipment, etc., for sound
High-frequency Head and Torso Simulator (HATS) Type 5128 family, with built-in realistic ear and mouth simulators, provide a realistic reproduction of the acoustic properties of an average adult human head and torso. High-frequency HATS is designed for in situ electroacoustics tests and can cover the full audible frequency range (up
Head and Torso Simulator (HATS) Type 4128D is a manikin with built-in ear and mouth simulators that provides a realistic reproduction of the acoustic properties of an average adult human head and torso. It is designed to be used in-situ electroacoustics tests on, for example, telephone handsets, headsets, audio conference
Head and Torso Simulator (HATS) Type 4128C is a manikin with built-in ear and mouth simulators that provides a realistic reproduction of the acoustic properties of an average adult human head and torso. It is designed to be used in-situ electroacoustics tests on, for example, telephone handsets, headsets, audio conference