Deluxe Yacker Tracker

Item: 154309

$ 149.99
Item #:  154309
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Monitor Classroom Noise Levels

The Yacker Tracker is a traffic light that will monitor the decibel level in your classroom. This self-standing or wall-mounted unit signals by using the green light when sound levels are low, yellow when there is too much noise, and red when the sound level reaches 15 decibels above the adjustable sound level meter. The red light can be programmed with optional alarm sounds. Features include a voice that says "Quiet please" in 4 languages, siren sounds, a delayed alarm function that will sound when noise continues for more than 2 seconds, longer lasting LED lights, and optional face stickers. AC adapter included, but can also be powered by 6 AA alkaline batteries-not included. The remote control unit has a 20 feet range and requires 2 AAA batteries, which are included. Intended for adult use in K-12 grades.

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  WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts. Not for children under 3 years of age.
  • 1 Yacker Tracker
    Size: 5½"L by 4½"W by 17"H
  • 1 Remote Control
  • 1 AC Adapter

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4 Stars

Works like a charm

I am a kindergarten teacher. The noise level gets a bit out of hand with 28 5 and 6 year olds. Since I have installed the yacker tracker the students have been self-regulating their noise level. It has worked like a charm! I only wish the alarm was a louder, when the level gets out of hand the students cannot hear the alarm.
By from , CA
5 Stars

Yacker Tracker

We are a k-8 school, so our lunchroom is extremely crowded during on lunch times. The noise level was unbelievable. We installed the Yacker Tracker at the front of the lunchroom. The results have been great. Students can still talk but in normal tones so evryone doesn't leave with a headache!
By from , AL