- The 602T microphone is EMI and RFI protected to ensure that sound quality is not compromised and to allow for clear communications.
- The microphone features a durable design that provides consistent performance over time. The compact single-stage transistor amplifier is specially stabilized and will operate uniformly from -20°C to +55°C.
Ease of Use
- The 602T microphone is lightweight and compact for easy transport and use.
FAA TSO Approval
- The 602T microphone is approved for aviation use under FAA TSO C58A.
The 602T is a handheld dynamic microphone designed for highly articulate speech transmission under high ambient noise. The 602T is the result of a continuous study of the need of the communications industry so that it uniquely meets the specialized requirements of airline, two-way radio, and industrial applications. The 602T is a transistorized, pressure-gradient microphone utilizing three sound entrances for reduction of interfacing ambient noise. Stated simply, if sound pressure and phase are reasonably identical at all three sound entrances, as in the case of relatively distant sounds, then little or no output results. The 602T is unexcelled at discriminating between near and distant sounds for maximum ambient noise rejection. The compact single-stage transistor amplifier is specially stabilized and will operate uniformly from -20°C to +55°C. Output of the transistor amplifier is designed for carbon microphones. A screwdriver accessible potentiometer is provided for adjustment of output level.
|Microphone Sensitivity||400 mV ±3 dB for 114 dB re 20 μ pascals|
|Mounting||Blade, Button, or Loop Mount|
|FAA TSO Approvals||C58a, Category B|
|Frequency Response||300 Hz – 5 kHz|
|Connector Type||XLR-4-12C or PJ-068|
|Retracted||~12 in (30 cm)|
|Extended||~7.5 ft. (2.3 m)|
|Weight||~11.4 oz (325 g)|
|Microphone Type||Close Talking Differential, Amplified Dynamic Element|