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ANS501   TelephoneStuff.com Power Supplies Ambient Noise Sensor with Power Supply and Microphone is designed to monitor continuously changing ambient noise levels and electronically adjust the level of a page announcement and/or background music so intelligibility is maintained. Ambient Noise Sensor Features: - Balanced input and output...
939M10   Columbia Research Labs, Inc. Pressure Sensors The Columbia Series 939 High Intensity Acoustic Sensor (Microphone) is designed for the measurement of gas-borne sound in the frequency range of 2 Hz to 15KHz in industrial applications requiring operation up to +500 Degrees Fahrenheit. These units are constructed for use in corrosive environments...
P-200-1   Columbia Research Labs, Inc. Pressure Sensors The Columbia Series P200 High Intensity Acoustic Sensors (Microphones) are designed to measure a wide range of dynamic pressure variations, including high intensity sound pressure levels in applications requiring fast rise times and broad frequency response. The sensor is very sensitive allowing...
P-742   Columbia Research Labs, Inc. Pressure Sensors The Columbia Model P-742 High Intensity Acoustic Sensor (Microphone) is designed for the measurement of high level dynamic pressure events, including high intensity sound pressure levels, over a frequency range of 2 to 10KHz. It may be used at temperatures up to +150 Degrees C. The all-welded case...

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  • Measurement Microphone Handbook
    the type of. response field, dynamic response, frequency response, polarization type, sensitivity required,. and temperature range. There are also a variety of specialty type microphones for specific. applications. In order to select and specify a microphone, the first criteria that needs
  • Introduction to Piezoelectric Force Sensors
    Piezoelectric force sensors are used for a variety of dynamic measurements. Impact hammers are probably the most common examples of this type of PE force sensor. Find out how these sensors work here... PCB Piezotronics Sensors, Accelerometers, Pressure Sensors, Acoustic Microphones > Error404. Home
  • Ultrasonic Sensors, The Silent Laborers
    away, outside the set detection range; in this particular instance the delay time "sensor - object - sensor" was too long. As a result ultrasonic sensors are also excellent background fade-out units; in addition - if compared to other optical units with comparable characteristics
  • A Simple Frequency Response Function
    measured, but that there is no real reason to expect there to be any frequency correlation between them, would any conventional analysis work then?. For example, if you have 5 drums and a lightbeam sensor for each drum that triggered just before the drumstick hit each one, and that the drums are being
  • Introduction to Piezoelectric Pressure Sensors
    , ruggedness, high stiffness, extended ranges, and the ability to also measure quasi-static pressures are. PCB Piezotronics Sensors, Accelerometers, Pressure Sensors, Acoustic Microphones > Error404. Home. Products. Force. General Purpose Quartz Force Sensors. Minature Quartz Force Sensors. Quartz
  • Delay Time Measurement with Ultrasonic Sensors
    the transducer is designed as transmitter (ultrasonic generator) as well as receiver (microphone with high sensitivity) and is optimized for frequencies in the range of 120 kHz up to 400 kHz, far beyond the human hearing capacity. Activated by an oscillator the membrane of the transducer decouples ultrasonic
  • Pyroshock Explained
    . to high-amplitude and high frequency mechanical excitation. The frequencies that comprise this oscillatory response can. extend to thousands of Hertz and beyond. They are a subset. of the resonant frequencies of the structure. VIB_TN_23_0406.qxd T E C H N I C A L N O T E. TN-23. PYROSHOCK EXPLAINED
  • Driving Long Cables
    Operation over long cables may affect frequency response and introduce noise and distortion when an insufficient current is available to drive cable capacitance. Unlike charge output systems, where the system noise is a function of cable length, ICP (R) sensors provide a high voltage, low impedance