New Trojan 2 Noise Nuisance Recorder



Trojan2 Noise Nuisance Recorder

Keeping Noise Nuisance Cases Closed

The Trojan2 Noise Nuisance Recorder was designed in conjunction with Local Councils, Environmental Health Officers and Housing Associations to allow you to easily measure, monitor and record noise nuisance.

When it comes to measuring neighbour noise or any other form of noise nuisance, you need a system that is quick and easy to deploy. That's why our noise nuisance recorder can start a measurement in just three easy steps.


How the Trojan2 Noise Nuisance Recorder Works

There’s only three steps needed to get the Trojan2 setup and ready.

  • 1 Plug in
    When the Trojan is connected in the box, it is automatically configured into Noise Nuisance mode. Everything is setup for you so there’s no need to set any parameters, functions or measurements. Connect the microphone and power and you’re ready to go.
  • 2 Switch on
    Simply switch on the power supply and the Trojan2 will start up. There’s no need to do anything else and as the instrument is already programmed and setup, you don’t need to make any adjustments, corrections or configurations.
  • 3 Calibrate
    Simply attach the acoustic calibrator to the microphone and press the calibrate button. The instrument will automatically calibrate itself and make any required adjustments. The acoustic calibrator supplied with the Trojan2 is a full Class 1 unit with PTB Type Approval and will automatically correct itself for temperature and barometric pressure so you don’t need to do anything else.

Download Your Noise Nuisance Measurements Quickly & Simply

Once you've collected your data, it can be quickly downloaded to our NoiseTools software that is included with the Trojan2 Noise Nuisance Recorder.

Now you can view the measurements, listen to recordings and create quick and simple reports. All of the measurement data is available to you and you can dig down into the data to get as much detail as is needed.


For more information please contact us on 01563 820444 or email [email protected]