Typical applications and use
- Multi-channel measurements
- Sound-fi eld analyses
- Sound-power measurements
- Concurrent spatial and transient measurements
It has an integrated CCP preamplifier and is delivered with a built-in TEDS chip which enables it to be programmed as a complete unit. The Type 40PL requires a constant-current power supply, e.g. theG.R.A.S. CCP Supply Type 12AL, or any other CCP compatible power supply.
Close manufacturing tolerances together with the advantages of the TEDS chip provide the Type 40PL with a high degree of interchangeability; a major advantage when used in multiples forming arrays and matrices.
The low cost of the Type 40PL is a key consideration when setting up measurements requiring a multiplicity of concurrent transient and spatial data.
Calibrating the Type 40PL with a G.R.A.S. pistonphone (Type 42AP is recommended) is as straightforward as calibrating any other G.R.A.S. ¼"microphone.
All G.R.A.S. microphones are individually checked and calibrated before leaving the factory. An individual calibration chart is supplied with each microphone.
|Frequency range (±1 dB)||Hz||100 to 5 k|
|Frequency range (±2 dB)||Hz||10 to 20 k|
|Dynamic range lower limit (microphone thermal noise)||dB(A)||< 32|
|Dynamic range upper limit||dB||150|
|Set sensitivity @ 250 Hz (±3 dB)||mV/Pa||10|
|Power consumption||mA||2 to 20|
|Output impedance||Ω||< 50|
|Temperature range, operation||°C / °F||-10 to 50 / -50 to 122|
|Temperature range, storage||°C / °F||-40 to 85 / -40 to 185|
|Influence of axial vibration @1 m/s²||dB re 20 µPa||50|
|TEDS UTID (IEEE 1451.4 )||27 v. 1.0|
|CE/RoHS compliant/WEEE registered||Yes / Yes / Yes|
|Weight||g / oz||5.5 / 0.2|
Frequency response according to IEC 61672-1
Typical frequency response