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MODEL: GF1103 │ DESCRIPTION: SPEAKER
RoHS
SPECIFICATIONS
parameter
conditions/description
min
nominal size
typ
max
114
units
mm
impedance
at 400 Hz, 1 V
6.8
8
9.2
Ω
resonant frequency
at Fo, 1 V
64
80
96
Hz
sound pressure level
1 W, 50 cm ave., at 0.3, 0.4, 0.5, 0.6 kHz
87
90
response
Fo
input power
25
93
dB
15,000
Hz
30
W
operation
must be normal at program source
25
buzz, rattle, etc.
must be normal at sine wave
10
magnet
size: 70 x 32 x 10, Ferrite
load test
24 hours of white noise at
heat test
20 ~ 50% RH for 24 hours
68
70
72
°C
humidity test
90 ~ 95% RH for 24 hours
38
40
42
°C
RoHS
2011/65/EU
conditions/description
potentiometer range
50 dB
rectifier
RMS
lower limit frequency
20 Hz
wr. speed
100 mm/sec
zero level
60 dB
V
mm
25
FREQUENCY RESPONSE CURVE
parameter
W
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MECHANICAL DRAWING
units: mm
tolerance: ±0.8 mm
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REVISION HISTORY
rev.
description
date
1.0
initial release
01/17/2003
1.01
applied new template, udpated spec
05/12/2014
The revision history provided is for informational purposes only and is believed to be accurate.
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