WaveCatcher Site Survey: Measuring Lab Noise at an Affordable Price

The WaveCatcher Site Survey tool from Herzan represents an accurate and cost-effective laboratory noise measurement solution at the costof two standard site surveys.

The WaveCatcher site survey tool was refined and developed to provide robust, comprehensive environmental data in a user-friendly and compact package.

The instrument boasts powerful hardware options and highly configurable software features, allowing it to acquire complicated and thorough environmental data in seconds (i.e. acoustic, vibration and EMI noise.

Installation and Implementation

Selecting a customized WaveCatcher package is a straightforward process. Users inform Herzan of the type of environmental noise needing to be measured and the target frequency range, and Herzan will work closely with the user to ensure the most optimal solution to their environmental and research needs.

WaveCatcher Carrying Case.

WaveCatcher Carrying Case. Image Credit: Herzan LLC

Windows 10 PC with WaveCatcher Software Pre-Loaded and ADC.

Windows 10 PC with WaveCatcher Software Pre-Loaded and ADC. Image Credit: Herzan LLC

Vibration Sensor.

Vibration Sensor. Image Credit: Herzan LLC

Acoustic Microphone.

Acoustic Microphone. Image Credit: Herzan LLC

EMI Sensor.

EMI Sensor. Image Credit: Herzan LLC

WaveCatcher Measurement Capabilities

The WaveCatcher can instantly measure vibration noise and log vibration noise changes over time, providing users with a mix of real-time results and trending data.

Acoustic noise can be captured in multiple measurement modes, enabling several measurements to be analyzed simultaneously. The WaveCatcher also measures AC fields, captures DC field changes, and verifies magnetic field uniformity.

Measure Vibration Noise Instantly, Log Vibration Noise Changes Over Time, Real Time Results.

Measure Vibration Noise Instantly, Log Vibration Noise Changes Over Time, Real Time Results. Image Credit: Herzan LLC

Capture Acoustic Noise in Multiple Measurement Modes, Anayze Multiple Measurements at Once.

Capture Acoustic Noise in Multiple Measurement Modes, Analyze Multiple Measurements at Once. Image Credit: Herzan LLC

Measure AC Fields, Capture DC Field Changes, and Determine Magnetic Field Uniformity.

Measure AC Fields, Capture DC Field Changes, and Determine Magnetic Field Uniformity. Image Credit: Herzan LLC

Benefits of the WaveCatcher

The WaveCatcher has been specifically designed to enhance the work of researchers, empowered by Herzan’s 28 years’ experience supporting researchers to better understand and overcome environmental noise issues.

It boasts excellent accuracy and robust calibration options, ensuring measurements are repeatable and reliable. The WaveCatcher hardware is also calibrated via powerful NIST traceable calibration tools.

To ensure it remains at the forefront of lab-based noise measurement technology, the WaveCatcher is continually improved and updated. These updates are informed by a combination of user feedback and emerging trends in various fields of scientific research.

Constant Updates and Improvements: The WaveCatcher continues to improve and evolve based on the feedback from users and emerging trends in the field of scientific research..

Constant Updates and Improvements: The WaveCatcher continues to improve and evolve based on the feedback from users and emerging trends in the field of scientific research. Image Credit: Herzan LLC

Accurate Results and Calibrated: WaveCatcher measurements are highly repeatable and reliable as all WaveCatcher hardware is calibrated using NIST traceable calibration tools..

Accurate Results and Calibrated: WaveCatcher measurements are highly repeatable and reliable as all WaveCatcher hardware is calibrated using NIST traceable calibration tools. Image Credit: Herzan LLC

Constant Updates and Improvements: The WaveCatcher continues to improve and evolve based on the feedback from users and emerging trends in the field of scientific research.

Constant Updates and Improvements: The WaveCatcher continues to improve and evolve based on the feedback from users and emerging trends in the field of scientific research. Image Credit: Herzan LLC

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