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Desktop Microphone, Dynamic, Omnidirectional, Push-To-Talk, 60Hz to 11kHz

522 - Desktop Microphone, Dynamic, Omnidirectional, Push-To-Talk, 60Hz to 11kHz

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Manufacturer:
SHURE SHURE
Manufacturer Part No:
522
Newark Part No.:
61FX186
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Product Information

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Omnidirectional
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150ohm
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60Hz
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11000Hz
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-57.5 dB
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Product Overview

The 522 is a dynamic Base-station Microphone for radio communications, paging and dispatching systems. Its cardioid (unidirectional) pickup pattern suppresses unwanted background noise from nearby dispatchers, ventilating equipment or office machines. It also can reduce feedback in public address paging applications. It feature finger-tip control bar (locking or non-locking action) to actuate microphone circuit and an external relay or control circuit.
  • Impedance change switch for convenient change-over
  • Long-life switch to satisfy rigorous requirements of communications and paging systems
  • Sturdy, high impact ARMO-DUR®‚ base and microphone case
  • Adjustable microphone height
  • Dependable under most operating conditions
  • Switch-selected dual impedance output
  • PTT switch that can be locked ON for hands-free operation
  • Four conductor, shielded, bare-ended (no connector) and straight cable
  • Adjustable height
  • Does not require DC power for operation

Applications

Audio, Communications & Networking, Industrial

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