4180 & 4180 Laboratory Standard Microphone
Types 4160 and 4180 are high quality condenser microphones intended for use as laboratory standard microphones and in laboratory coupler applications where high accuracy and long-term stability are essential. Type 4180 has been developed to meet the need for extended frequency calibrations. Both microphones are designed for coupler applications and can be used with couplers filled with gases other than air as they both feature very low gas leakage from the front cavity. Both microphones are of the external polarization type and operate on a polarization voltage of +200 Volts. The microphones are individually calibrated and pressure calibration data are provided with each microphone.
- Laboratory standard microphones
- Pressure and Free Field Reciprocity Calibrations
- Coupler measurements
- Well defined integral front cavities for coupler calibrations
- Low hydrogen leakage from front cavity
- Well-defined operating characteristics
- Flat Frequency Pressure Responses up to: 4160: 8kHz 4180: 20 kHz
- Artificially aged for long term stability
- Low sensitivity to environmental changes
- 4160: ANSI S1.12-1967, ANSI S1.l0-1966 (and revisions), IEC 327 and 402, JIS C 5515, and IEC draft standard for 1 ” laboratory standard microphones type LS1
- 4180: IEC draft standard for 1/2” laboratory standard microphones type LS2aP
Types 4160 and 4180 are both high stability condenser microphones for laboratory standard applications and for coupler measurements.
Type 4160 has been used for some time in such applications and conforms to IEC 327 and 402, ANSI S1.12-1967 and ANSI Sl.lO-1966, JIS C 5515, and the current IEC draft standard for 1-inch laboratory standard microphones. It has become established as a high-precision reference standard and is used in the medium frequency ranges and for measurements at low sound pressure levels.
Type 4180 has been developed to meet a growing need for a laboratory standard 1/2-inch microphone which enables measurements at higher frequencies and at higher sound pressure levels.
Standard specifications for l/2-inch laboratory standard microphones are under consideration and the 4180 has been designed to comply with the most recent drafts of these standards. Types 4160 and 4180 are delivered with individual calibration charts.
Capacitance: 55 pF
Diameter: 1″ (4160) or 1/2″ (4160)
Dynamic range: 10 – 146 dB (4160) or 21.5 – 160 dB (4180)
Frequency range: 2 – 8000 Hz (4160) or 3 – 10000 Hz (4180)
Inherent noise: 9.5 dB A (4160) or 18 dB A (4180)
Lower limiting frequency -3dB: 2 Hz (4160) or 3 Hz (4180)
Polarization: Ext polarized
Polarization voltages: 200 V
Pressure coefficient: -0.016 dB/kPa (4160) or -0.02 dB/kPa (4160)
Sensitivity: 47 mV/Pa (4160) or 12.5 mV/Pa (4180)
Standards: IEC 61094-1 LS1P
TEDS UTID: –
Temperature coefficient: -0.003 db/ºC (4160) or -0.002 db/ºC (4180)
Temperature range: -1 – 50 C
Sound field: Special
Input type: Classic
Microphone type: Laboratory Standard