Dosimeter measurements can be configured to automatically stop after a predetermined amount of time.
SoundMeter can log current dosimeter levels for a set amount of time. If
Auto Stop is disabled, data logging will continue after the specified duration has been reached and
only the most recent data (as much as indicated by the duration) will be kept. When Log Levels is enabled,
a data log graph will be available in the Dosimeter tool screen. You can switch between the main Dosimeter display
and the data log graph by tapping the page control or by swiping back and forth with a single finger.
Data can be logged as often as every 0.1 seconds for up to 8 hours, every second for up to 72 hours, or every 10 seconds
for up to two weeks. Larger intervals can also be specified.
The elapsed time after which the current measurement will stop, or for which sound level data will be logged,
can be set in 1 second increments up to two weeks in duration.
Several events are defined which can trigger a local notification. This offers a way to be alerted when an event, such as noise dose exceeding a user-defined threshold, occurs. Local notifications
Date and Time
When saving or exporting Dosimeter measurements, you can have the date and time
automatically inserted. If you want to have the date and time included automatically, set this switch
When saving or exporting Dosimeter measurements, you can have the current GPS
coordinates automatically inserted. If you want to have the current location included automatically,
set this switch to "On".
*In SoundMeter X, most tools are available only via subscription (subscriptions can be purchased within SoundMeter X).
*SoundMeter Basic only includes tools and features found in the Basic subscription.