Designed for communication systems — mobile and fixed station — including police, fire, utilities, transportation, commercial, and industrial applications.
- Frequency response designed for voice communications
- Omnidirectional mic element
- Double-pole, single-throw PTT switch
- Four conductor, shielded, bare-ended (no connector) coil cord
- Does not require DC power for operation
- Mounting bracket included
|Frequency Response||200 to 5,000 Hz|
|Output Level||-33 dB* +/- 3.0 dB *0 dB = 1 V/10 Pascal; 1 Pa = 94 dB SPL|
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