Hundreds of delegates visited the Cirrus Research stand to see the recently unveiled doseBadge - its first time at the H&S Event.
The doseBadge boasts enhanced wireless technology to allow remote communications with the doseBadge Wand and the dBLink App, as well as being iOS and Android compatible.
The wand allows instruments to start and stop without disturbing the wearer and view measurement information via a tablet, mobile phone, iOS or Android controlled device. If the doseBadge is running, the current measurement information can be display, allowing mid-shift readings to be obtained. If stopped, any stored measurements can still be reviewed.
The Cirrus team also showcased the Optimus range of high performance sound level meters, as well as the Revo hand-arm vibration meter and SoundSign visual warning signs, ideal for noise at work.
Thomas Shelton, Marketing Manager for Cirrus Research said: "The H&S Event was a great opportunity to showcase our latest products and the doseBadge in particular was getting a lot of attention. The team were kept very busy over all three days and sales leads have been very strong on the back of this key exhibition."
As well as being known internationally for its UK research, development and manufacturing of noise monitoring products, Cirrus Research also offers a wealth of extra customer support services such as nationwide product training, a 15-year product warranty and follow up calibration services.
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