ETS-Lindgren's Anechoic Chambers provide a precision-grade free-field environment used to measure sound source directivity, frequency response, and noise emissions from spherically radiating sound sources.
ETS-Lindgren's Anechoic Chambers offer a precision-grade free-field environment used to measure sound source directivity, frequency response, and noise emissions from spherically radiating sound sources. These chambers provide engineered features that achieve outstanding performance results and goals without compromising acoustical concepts and budgets.
These anechoic chambers have a high-performance wall panel system that provides the low-noise environment required to test today’s low-noise products. A precision-grade free-field environment is a product of the anechoic chamber's sound absorption system that consists of melamine wedges installed on a patented clip system that provides fast wedge installation and removal. Unlike other wedge solutions, melamine wedges provide a bright and fiber-free working environment.
Key Product Information
ETS-Lindgren offers a wide range of standard anechoic chambers to meet our client's needs. Standard chamber models have low-frequency cut off points of 80 Hz, 100 Hz, and 160 Hz. Custom chamber designs to meet other performance specifications are available.
Standard ETS-Lindgren anechoic chambers have free-field regions with a 1 m to 2 m radius. Custom size free-field regions are available.
ETS-Lindgren's standard anechoic chambers are designed to comply with ISO 3745 and ISO 26101 free-field limits for both broadband and pure tone testing.
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Removable Grating Floor with Pedestals or Tensioned Steel Cable Floor
Modular Steel Isolated Floor
ETS-Lindgren's Patented Wedge Clip System
Ventilation Silencers for Fan or HVAC Connections (Wall or Ceiling Mounting Locations)
Acoustically treated cable penetrations 2.54 cm and 5.08 cm (1 in and 2 in). Custom sizes available.
Engineered and Designed to Host-Site Ambient Conditions
Design based on Performance Data that Conforms with ISO 3745 Free-Field Requirements