pressure microphone

pressure microphone

[′presh·ər ′mī·krə·fōn]
(engineering acoustics)
A microphone whose output varies with the instantaneous pressure produced by a sound wave acting on a diaphragm; examples are capacitor, carbon, crystal, and dynamic microphones.
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The Endevco model EM46BE is a combined quarter-inch free-field pressure microphone and iTEDS-enabled preamplifier set (per IEEE 1451.
The rugged, hermetically sealed, piezoelectric pressure microphone also features ICP output, for ease of use and reduced setup time.