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||Elektro-akoestiek en ultrageluid
This International Standard provides information on the corrections required over a range of frequencies in order for a periodic test of a sound level meter to be performed according to IEC 61672-3. These corrections include: - corrections for the typical effects of reflections from the case of the sound level meter and diffraction of sound around the microphone; - corrections for the deviation of the typical microphone frequency response from a uniform frequency response, where the actual microphone response cannot be measured; - corrections for the influence on the frequency response of a typical microphone of a specified windscreen and any other accessory that is part of the configuration for normal use of the particular sound level meter submitted for testing. This International Standard includes discussion about uncertainties of measurement of the required corrections. In some instances a maximum permitted expanded uncertainty for the manufacturer or testing laboratory is given. This maximum permitted expanded uncertainty excludes any component due to the variability of different samples of artefact (for example, microphone or windscreen). It should be noted that if large uncertainties of measurement are quoted for each of the individual corrections, when they are combined to account for the configuration of sound level meter under test, the large individual uncertainties may result in a failure to conform to the maximum permitted expanded uncertainties of measurement given in Table A.1 of IEC 61672-1:-1 and hence a failure of the sound level meter to conform to IEC 61672-1 In addition, this International Standard describes methods for determining these corrections, over the frequency range of interest, and explains the adjustment value at the calibration check frequency to be quoted by the manufacturer of the sound level meter (also required by IEC 61672-3). When the sound level meter manufacturer recommends the use of a sound calibrator, comparison coupler, or an electrostatic actuator for periodic testing of the acoustical response of a sound level meter at various frequencies, this International Standard describes methods of measurement of the corrections required to adjust the indication on the sound level meter to an equivalent free-field level, over the frequency range of interest. These corrections relate to a specific model of sound calibrator, comparison coupler or electrostatic actuator, microphone and sound level meter (also required by IEC 61672-3). The aim of this International Standard is to ensure that the adjustment value at the calibration check frequency and all corrections are determined using consistent and appropriate methods. It is intended that this International Standard will be used by manufacturers to determine adjustment values and corrections, by laboratories performing pattern evaluation tests according to IEC 61672-2, and by laboratories performing periodic tests according to IEC 61672-3. Laboratories performing periodic tests according to IEC 61672-3 will also need to consult this International Standard to ensure that the expanded uncertainties of measurement for the corrections quoted by the manufacturer do not exceed the maximum permitted values. The corrections obtained by use of the methods given in this International Standard are the result of measurements made using samples of the devices. It is possible that these corrections may not be totally representative either for all batches produced or over time. Repeating the measurements at regular intervals is recommended to ensure that no changes are required to the corrections stated in the instruction manual. This International Standard does not specifically cover the case where the sound level meter is fitted with a microphone intended for use in random-incidence sound fields, as information is given in IEC 61183.
||Elektro-akoestiek - Methoden voor de vastleggen van correcties voor het verkrijgen van free-field response van een geluidsniveaumeter
||Electroacoustics - Methods to determine corrections to obtain the free-field response of a sound level meter