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This product has been retired from our catalog and is no longer for sale.

This page is made available for those looking for datasheets and the simply curious. Please refer to the description to see if a replacement part is available.

Replacement: There is no direct replacement for this product at the moment.  We are sourcing a new replacement part for this.

Description: This is a tiny, surface mount, MEMS microphone. This device emits an analog signal and has a microphone port located on the top of the IC.

There are four pads on this device: 2 ground pins, power and an analog output. Supply voltage should be between 1.5-3.6VDC.

Dimensions: 4.72 x 3.76 x 1.1mm

Documents:

  • Datasheet (for reference only, our version has standard RF protection)

Comments 4 comments

  • hmm. wonder if this could be used for sensing ultrasound? keyring bat detector?

  • What is the advantage of this part over using an electret microphone ? The data sheet says this part is omni-directional. Can it be made to be directional ? Can anyone testify to the quality of the sound output ?
    Gus
    Denver, CO

    • One advantage is that they don’t need a pre-amp, so these could be connected directly to an ADC or a port pin on a micro with built in ADC so there’s fewer places to pick up noise in the signal. Also their internal circuitry filters out noise from the power supply lines.
      For directionality I think there’s a few methods from putting the mic in a tube to using two on opposite sides of a large plexi sheet; can’t remember the specific details off head now, but google will help you there :)
      Haven’t tried them myself yet tho so I can’t say about the quality, but I’d assume they’re good since there is so much emphasis on minimizing signal noise.


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