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Measurement microphone 4191
externally-polarizedfree-field1/2"

measurement microphone
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Characteristics

Applications
measurement
Technology
externally-polarized
Other characteristics
free-field, 1/2", pressure, frequency, polarized

Description

½-INCH FREE-FIELD MICROPHONE, 3.15 HZ TO 40 KHZ, 200V POLARIZATION Designed for high-precision, free-field measurements where a 40 kHz bandwidth is required. Type 4191 is designed for high-precision, free-field measurements where a wide bandwidth is required. Being externally polarized, Type 4191 must be used with a classical preamplifier.USE SCENARIOS Precision measurements to 40 kHz Premium class sound level meters Equipment complying with IEC 61672 class 1 USE OF FREE-FIELD MICROPHONESAt higher frequencies reflections and diffractions causes a pressure increase in front of the diaphragm of a microphone. If not corrected for, this would result in an increased output voltage. A free-field optimisation means that the frequency response of the microphone has been designed in such a way that the free-field response at 0 degrees incidence is flat. This microphone is optimised for use with the protection grid in place. Free-field microphones are commonly used for sound measurement in an anechoic chamber or far away from reflecting buildings, etc. Another area for free-field microphones is for general electroacoustic measurements like loudspeaker and microphone measurements.With an upper frequency of 40 kHz, Type 4191 is especially suited all high-precision electroacoustic measurements as well as general acoustic measurements where a robust and stable free-field microphone is required. Despite the 40 kHz upper frequency, this microphone is optimised to operate with the protection grid in place.

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