Sound pressure meters

A sound pressure meter can measure the sound level of your machinery, allowing corrective measures to be made.

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TMSP 1, SKF, Sound Pressure Meter TMSP 1,  SKF,  Sound Pressure Meter SKF

Meter, LCD, 4 digits
Resolution: 0, 1 dB
Display update: 0, 5 s, 50 segments bar-graph
Resolution: 1 dB
Display update: 100 ms, Up to 2 000 m (6 560 ft) above sea level, 50 dB

Brand SKF
Mfr Part No. TMSP 1

How do sound pressure meters work?

It is widely accepted that any change in the level or type of noise created by machinery is an early indication of a problem. For example, it could be that a component has become loose, causing excess vibration. 

A sound pressure meter measures the sound levels of machinery in decibels, allowing faults to be detected before they cause a major issue. A microphone detects the noise, which is then processed by the handset. 

If the noise is deemed to have changed from the last reading, the engineer can then act on this information, proactively rectifying the issue before it causes a major problem. 

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  • SKF (1)


  • LCD (1)

Digital display 

  • 4 digits
    Resolution: 0,1 dB
    Display update: 0,5 s (1)

Time weighting 

  • Fast (125 ms), Slow (1 s) (1)


  • ±1,5 dB (ref 94 dB @1 KHz) (1)

Dynamic range 

  • 50 dB (1)

Operation humidity 

  • 10 to 90 % RH (1)

Operation altitude 

  • Up to 2 000 m (6 560 ft) above sea level (1)

Power life 

  • 50 hours (with alkaline battery) (1)

Product type

  • Meter (1)