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|Oscillator:||Analog with digital control|
|Pure Tone Attenuator:||in Steps of 5dB|
|Attenuator Range:||-20 dB to 120 dB|
|Attenuator Linearity:||Maximum Error at Any One Attenuator Setting is +/- 1 dB|
|Tone Interruption:||Less than 100ms for rise & Decay of Tone.|
|Frequency Range:||(For Air
250Hz, 500Hz, 750Hz, 1KHz, 1.5KHz, 2KHz, 3KHz, 4KHz, 6KHz, 8KHz
(For Bone Conduction)
|Frequency Accuracy:||Within 3%|
|Hearing Level Accuracy:||Within 2dB|
|Maximum dB settings:||For Air
250 Hz ----- 90 dB
For Bone Conduction:
250 Hz ----- 50 dB
|Noise:||Wide, Narrow & Speech Band|
|Attenuator (Masking):||In Steps of 5 dB|
|Masking Range:||0 dB to 100 dB|
|Attenuator Linearity:||Maximum Error
at Any One
Attenuator Setting is +/- 1 dB
|Total Harmonic Distortion + Noise:||Less Than 3% at maximum Intensity settings|
50/60 Hz A.C.
6V D.C. for battery operation
|Dimensions:||18.5 cm x 13.0 cm x 5.5 cm.|
|Weight:||3.2 Kg Audiometer, Power supply And battery|
FAQs: We will list frequently asked questions here as we receive them.
What type of cable is used to interface between the
TAM-25 Audiometer and the PC?
RS232, which is included
Does the PC based software control the Audiometer?
When connected to the PC the included software will control all functions of the TAM-25 Audiometer, and will also allow saving audiograms for future reference
Can a complete test (Air, Bone, Speech) be performed
Does the audiometer contain external inputs for
recorded speech (CD or Tape)?
The TAM-25 Audiometer includes a mic input, which can also be used for tape or CD input.