EXTECH SDL600 Sound Level Meter Working, Tested+VIDEO

Original price was: $675.00.Current price is: $380.00.

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Works, fully functional, Works off batteries as well as off power supply. Wind screen is not included.
Logs data onto an included 2GB SD card, creates a file with dates and time/seconds as intended.
Manual is included, everything works according to the manual.

Video of testing available at https://youtu.be/2AbiQJ6Df9o

Left side of the orange holder is slightly peeled off on the surface, cosmetic flaw, similar on right side. See pictures.
Factory screen protector is still on, slightly peeled off on top right.

Effortless Data Recording
Firstly, let’s talk about how the SDL600 makes data handling a breeze. This device diligently records data onto an SD card in a user-friendly Excel format. Whether you’re a tech novice or a pro, accessing and analyzing your data couldn’t be easier.

Precision Meets Standards
Now, on to its precision. The SDL600 isn’t just accurate; it’s impressively precise, with an accuracy of ±1.4 dB. It proudly meets the ANSI and IEC 61672-1 Type 2 standards, ensuring you get reliable measurements every time, ranging from 30 to 130 dB.

Flexible Ranging Options
Flexibility is key with the SDL600. You can choose between Auto or Manual ranging, adapting to the needs of your specific sound environment. This adaptability ensures you get the best results, regardless of the scenario.

Enhanced Connectivity
Connectivity is another standout feature. The SDL600 provides an AC analog output, allowing you to connect it to an analyzer or recorder seamlessly. This feature is particularly handy for in-depth analysis or continuous monitoring.

User-Friendly Display
Viewing your measurements is a pleasure, thanks to the large backlit LCD display. It’s designed for clarity, ensuring you can easily read your data even in less-than-ideal lighting conditions.

Comprehensive Data Storage
Storage capacity is generous. You can store 99 readings manually for on-the-spot analysis and up to 20 million readings on a 2GB SD card. This vast storage ensures you won’t run out of space anytime soon, even during extensive data collection sessions.

Advanced Datalogging Features
The datalogger is smart, too – it date/time stamps your readings and saves them in an Excel format, simplifying data transfer to a PC. You have the power to set the sampling rate anywhere from 1 to 3600 seconds, tailoring the logging to your specific needs.

Handy Built-in Functions
Additionally, the SDL600 is equipped with Min/Max, Data Hold, and Auto Power Off functions. These features enhance your measurement experience, providing you with essential tools for comprehensive sound level analysis.

Ready to Go
Everything you need comes in the box. Along with the SDL600, you’ll receive 6 AA batteries, an SD card, no wind screen, and a hard carrying case. So right from the start, you’re fully equipped to tackle any sound level measuring task.

In summary, the Extech SDL600 Sound Level Meter is a versatile, accurate, and user-friendly device, perfect for a wide range of sound measurement applications.

The SDL600 records data on an SD card in Excel format. High accuracy +/-1.4dB meets ANSI and IEC 61672-1 Type 2 standards.
30 to 130dB measurement range. Auto or Manual ranging. AC analog output for connection to an analyzer or recorder. Large backlit LCD display.
Stores 99 readings manually and 20M readings via 2G SD card. Datalogger date/time stamps and stores readings on an SD card in Excel format for easy transfer to a PC. User programmable sampling rate from 1 to 3600 seconds. Featuring Min/Max, Data Hold, and Auto Power Off functions. Complete with 6 AA batteries, SD Card, no wind screen, and hard carrying case.

Power supply not included by the manufacturer.
Should be 9V DC, you can obtain one, even generic one would work.


Weight 5 lbs
Dimensions 15 × 14 × 5 in


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