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MICROPHONE COND ANALOG UNI -59DB
TP-24605-000
MICROPHONE COND ANALOG UNI -59DB
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ObsoleteElectret CondenserAnalogUnidirectional100 Hz ~ 8.5 kHz-59dB ±3dB @ 74dB SPL-4.4 kOhms1.3 V0.9 V ~ 1.6 V100 µABottom, SideSolder Pads0.141" L x 0.141" W (3.57mm x 3.57mm)0.106" (2.70mm)Square
MICROPHONE COND ANALOG UNI -60DB
TP-24617-000
MICROPHONE COND ANALOG UNI -60DB
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ObsoleteElectret CondenserAnalogUnidirectional100 Hz ~ 8.5 kHz-60dB ±3dB @ 74dB SPL-4.4 kOhms1.3 V0.9 V ~ 1.6 V100 µASideSolder Pads0.141" L x 0.141" W (3.57mm x 3.57mm)0.106" (2.70mm)Square
MIC ANLG 0.141" L X 0.141" W
TP-24617-P21
MIC ANLG 0.141" L X 0.141" W
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Obsolete-Analog-100 Hz ~ 8.5 kHz--4.4 kOhms1.3 V0.9 V ~ 1.6 V100 µASideSolder Pads0.141" L x 0.141" W (3.57mm x 3.57mm)0.106" (2.70mm)Square
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Microphones


Microphones are transducers that convert sound into an electrical signal for storage, transmission and/or rebroadcasting. Ranging from large boom style microphones to small and popular MEMS types, they are differentiated by impedance, voltage rating, sensitivity, frequency range, port location, overall size and mounting type. Analog, I2S, PDM and TDM output interfaces are available.