Screening Audiometer for Occupational Health Care
A lightweight and portable screening audiometer that enables high-quality patient care and fully booth-free operation.
The speed and accuracy of quality medical equipment are essential elements in meeting the demands of modern industrial audiometry.
KUDUwave™ portable audiometers are efficient, easy to use and offer best-in-class portability with uncompromising quality assurance that enables high quality patient care, anywhere.
- X-check built-in Digital Biological Calibration Verification and
- Noise-check built-in Noise survey Sound Level Meter.
With quality patient care at its core, the KUDUwave™ OH boothless screening audiometer is the ideal pure tone audiometry solution for:
- Occupational screening for hearing loss
- Industrial hearing conservation program
- Mobile medical service providers
- Onsite clinics
- Outreach and school screening programs.
Use either one of two types of eartips to ensure double noise attenuation
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Now with seal check ensure that exterior noise does not enter the ear
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The audiometry solution that empowers you to offer patients the care they deserve, wherever they need it.
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What boothless testing really means.
Unique to KUDUwave™, Ambi-Dome is the combination of physical passive noise blocking and Active Noise Monitoring technology that provides the core boothless testing ability of all KUDUwave Audiometers.
Passive Attenuation is provided by the unique combination of dual circumaural ear cups and insert earphones, and offers the same level of attenuation as a standard sound booth with significant sound blocking ability in most frequencies.
Active Noise Monitoring is an additional assurance against intermittent peaks in noise. Ambient sound is monitored by integrated external microphones in real time. This is simultaneously compared to the intensity and frequency of the tone being presented.
If the noise has affected the tone presented it is automatically marked and displayed on the live audiogram view. The clinician is then able to stop testing until the noise subsides or continue and repeat the tone later in the test.
In automatic test mode, affected tones can be set to retest later in the test automatically. Noise levels are also indicated in the final report as a quality control measure.
FDA Listed, Calibrated to ANSI S3.6, OSHA & SANS 10154-1 & 2 Compliant