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NMAPI-320
AUD $2646.00
NoiseAPI Noise Monitor
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AUD $5080.00
NoiseAPI Noise Monitor Pack of 2
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AUD $7462.00
NoiseAPI Noise Monitor Pack of 3
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NMAPI-320-5
AUD $12173.00
NoiseAPI Noise Monitor Pack of 5
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AUD $23816.00
NoiseAPI Noise Monitor Pack of 10
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AUD $125.00
Routing server, 1 year for 1 NoiseAPI device
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Class 2 Sound Level Calibrator
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NMAPI-320
AUD $2646.00
NoiseAPI Noise Monitor
In stock

NMAPI-ROUTE
AUD $125.00
Optional use of routing server, per NoiseAPI device, per year
In stock

Features

  • HTTP/HTTPS API interface
  • WebSocket interface for live feeds
  • JSON responses
  • Wall mounted for indoor use
  • WiFi or Ethernet connection
  • Includes noise processor and microphone

Applications

  • For system developers and integrators
  • Integration with environmental monitoring systems
  • Add noise measurement to control systems
  • Building management systems

Overview

The NMAPI-320 is part of the NoiseAPI range of noise monitors with an Application Programming Interface, or API. It consists of a Noise Processor (on the left of the image above) and a NoiseAPI Interface (black box on the right of the image), connected by a USB cable. A power supply is included to power both the Noise Processor and the NoiseAPI box.

NoiseAPI

While the Noise Processor carries out all the measurement and analysis of the sound levels, the NoiseAPI takes that information, stores it and makes it available to your application via a well defined and documented API.

The NoiseAPI responds to HTTP or HTTPS requests, either sent directly to it over your local network or through our optional routing server. There is also a WebSocket interface that you can use if you want a live feed of the sound levels or noise event notifications.

How It Works

The NoiseAPI device needs power - a power adapter is included - and a network connection. It connects to your local network with a CAT5 Ethernet cable or by WiFi. Your software can now communicate with the NoiseAPI on your local network using HTTP requests.

Free Evaluation Account

Full API documentation, along with code samples and live examples are available through an account on our NoiseAPI server. Using an evaluation account, you can also communicate with a NoiseAPI device via our routing server. This is useful to ensure your code can communicate with it successfully and to check that the results are exactly what you need.

Please email NoiseMeters with a few details about your application and requirements. We will email back with login details for an evaluation account that you can use to see if NoiseAPI is the right solution for your application.

HTTP / HTTPS Requests

Most commands are available as HTTP or HTTPS GET requests. The noise measurements available are:

Time History Noise Profile

  • Measurements every second
  • Parameters include LAeq (average sound level), Lmax, Lmin

Periodic Noise Measurements

  • Typically used for environmental noise monitoring
  • User selectable periods, typically 15 minutes or 1 hour
  • Parameters include LAeq, Max, Min and Ln (e.g. L10, L90, user selectable)

Noise Events

  • Detect high noise levels
  • Template of sound levels and durations
  • Parameters include event duration (seconds), LAeq, Max, Min, level every second during event

Responses

All responses to commands and downloads are formatted as JSON.

For example, a request for 10 seconds of time history measurements would give:


{
"cmd": "timehistory",
"status": "ok",
"from": "2021-02-16T06:00:00.000Z",
"to": "2021-02-16T06:00:09.000Z",
"laeq": [43,43,43.1,43.1,43.1,43.1,42.9,42.9,43,42.9]
}

WebSockets

If you want a live feed of sound levels or alerts when noise events occur you can use a WebSocket connection to the NoiseAPI device. You can mix HTTP and WebSocket connections on the same NoiseAPI device.

Full Documentation

Full documentation, code samples and connections to NoiseAPI devices are available from your account on noiseapi.com. Please contact us for a free evaluation account.

Networking

The NoiseAPI device connects to your network using a Ethernet cable (Cat 5e, RJ45) or WiFi. While the NoiseAPI benefits from connection to the Internet (clock sync and access via our routing server), it can be used in a totally isolated setup.

Noise API on a local area network

Outdoor Installations

This version of the NoiseAPI is for indoor use only. For use outdoor or in dusty environments we recommend the NMAPI-SE NoiseAPI, which comes in a weatherproof enclosure.

Routing Server

For a standard installation you will be able to access the NoiseAPI from other computers on your network. With some routing in place you could access it from anywhere on the Internet. In this case you do not need the Routing Server option.

Rather than getting involved in network routing you can make use of our Routing Server. In this case the NoiseAPI device connects to our server and you send your API requests to noiseapi.com instead of directly, so you can communicate from anywhere in the world.

There is an annual charge for use of the routing server.

Noise API via NoiseMeters routing server
Optional Use of Routing Server

Mounting

The Noise Processor is mounted to a wall using the mounting plate and four screws. The NoiseAPI unit is mounted close by on just two screws.

An optional security bracket is available for the NoiseAPI box.

Wired Connections

A standard USB cable (included) connects the NoiseAPI unit to the Noise Processor.

Power

The system requires 5V DC, which is provided by the power adapter that is included.

 

noise processor mounting plate
NoiseAPI mounting plate

Technical Specifications

Acoustic StandardsIEC 61672-2:2002 Class 2
ANSI S1.4 Type 2
Frequency Range20 Hz to 20 kHz
Measuring Range30 to 120 dB
Deviation± 0.5 dB
Frequency Weighting"A"
Time WeightingFast, Slow
MeasurementsLAeq, LAFmin, LAFmax, LASmin, LASmax, Ln (L10, L90, etc)
over user definable periods.
Time history noise profile: sound level parameters every second.
Additional Outputs0-10 V or 4-20 mA
USB PortFor USB memory stick configuration
Ethernet PortRJ45 socket
Internal Memory16 GB for up to 5 years storage
Dimensions
Noise Processor121 x 149 x 42 mm, 4.8" x 5.9" x 1.7"
NoiseAPI Terminal70 x 88 x 29 mm, 2.8" x 3.5" x 1.2"
Power5 VDC, max 12W (power adapter included)

NoiseAPI NMAPI-320 Noise Monitor Dimensions

noise processor dimensions
Noise Processor Dimensions
noiseapi terminal dimensions
NoiseAPI Terminal Dimensions