For all resonator uses, the Ultra Slim Acoustic Sensor has a.700 cm tall profile that is incredibly low. A premium connection with a Switchcraft 0.6cm female jack is among the additional features.
A fixed installation of the USA Sensor is also possible thanks to the jack. Players of resonator guitars can benefit from the more balanced and quiet operation provided by the Lace Ultra Slim’s Dual-coil construction without having to worry about interference from higher profile guitar pickups.
The Global Ultra Slim Acoustic Sensor market accounted for $XX Billion in 2023 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2024 to 2030.
The new Ultra-Thin Precision (UTP) microphones are being added to the collection of measurement microphones for wind tunnel testing by GRAS Sound & Vibration, the industry leader in acoustic sensors.
The GRAS measurement microphones’ high precision and dependability are combined with the need for extremely low-profile (1 mm) microphones with minimal turbulence impact in the UTP microphones, which are based on a ground-breaking, patented technology.
UTP microphones are made especially for in-situ boundary layer testing, where neutral impact and high accuracy are crucial. This is because of their distinctive form factor and simple mounting.
All boundary layer testing applications across sectors are covered by the UTP microphones when combined with their selection of surface and flush-mount microphones.
The latest UTP microphones have been in development for a number of years as a consequence of close collaboration with key industry players.
Their new family of microphones, which they are pleased to introduce, is expected to revolutionise acoustic test measurements conducted in wind tunnels and outdoors.
An ultra-thin (UTP) high-pressure surface microphone called the 48LA is used for testing in the wind tunnel and during flights.
It is the result of a ground-breaking novel design that enables the world’s smallest measurement microphone to combine a 14″ condenser microphone with a form factor. On both flat and curved surfaces, the 48LA is excellent for measurements in boundary layers.
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