Anyone know where I might find the manual for this meter? I believe Thermo Scientific bought Orion Research a little while back and the manuals they have online are for the later versions under their name and they don't apply to one actually made by Orion Research.
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To measure the sound pressure you have to take lots and lots of things in account. The correct measurement tool, the correct characteristics of the microphone and filters. Correct distance between source and microphone and so on and so on. Just having a DB meter won't give you any correct measurement.
Beter start googling a few days and read some scientific papers than sales talks about db meters.
You let is sound as if anyone who buys a car immediately can drive one, or anyone who buys a scalpel can operate.
I have found the company site for you. Here it is. You can send an inquiry to them. But from the looks of it, I believe this calculator is rebranded Casio FX-82. An even if I am wrong, you should still be able to make good use of the Casio FX-82 manual to understand how your calculator works. Scientific calculators do not differ much from one another.
I can't locate any information regarding an HP 8s Scientific Calculator, but I can locate information on a HP 9s Scientific Calculator. Perhaps they are similar in function. From the HP web site, please check out the link below.
DO NOT buy any Bushnell, Tasco, Edu Scientific, or Galileo telescope-- these are all toy telescopes. We call them department store telescopes.
Look at this type of telescope as your first one: and you CANNOT buy a useable telescope for less than about $200. It's on craigslist or Ebay because some parent bought it for a child who used it two times and since it was not actually easily useable gave it up.
See This: http://www.telescope.com/Telescopes/Dobsonian-Telescopes/Classic-Dobsonians/Orion-SkyQuest-XT6-Classic-Dobsonian-Telescope/pc/1/c/12/sc/13/p/8942.uts?refineByCategoryId=13
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