CUI CDM

date
11/15/2011
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1 of 4
MODEL: CDM-15008 │ DESCRIPTION: SPEAKER
FEATURES
•metal frame
•mylar cone
•spring contacts
RoHS
SPECIFICATIONS
parameter
conditions/description
min
diameter
typ
depth
max. power: IEC-60268-5, filter 60 s on / 120 s
off, 10 cycles at room temp
impedance
at 1.2 kHz, 1 V
resonant frequency
at 1 V
sound pressure level
0.25 W, 10 cm ave. at 1, 1.2, 1.5, 2.0 kHz
1 W, 1 m ave. at 1, 1.2, 1.5, 2.0 kHz
at 1.2 kHz, 0.25 W
buzz, rattle, etc.
must be normal at sine wave 1.41 V
operating temperature
0.5
W
6.8
8
9.2
Ω
720
900
1,080
Hz
84
71
87
74
90
77
dB
dB
20,000
Hz
10
%
55
°C
-20
weight
1.2
material
metal
RoHS
yes
MECHANICAL DRAWING
3.5 0.138
3.2 0.126
0.95 0.037
0.2
3.6 0.142
DATE STAMP
01(MONTH)
11(YEAR)
+
11.15 0.439
15.0 0.591
0.2
MAX 3.0
NON-WOVEN
FABRIC
4.3 0.169
0.2
(working height)
5.1 0.201
0.3
(free height)
1.0 0.039
3.0 0.118
4.5 0.177
PAD LAYOUT
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mm
0.25
response
distortion
units
mm
5.1
input power
units: mm
tolerance: ± 0.5mm
max
15
BLACK
POLYESTER
g
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FREQUENCY RESPONSE CURVE
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PACKAGING
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REVISION HISTORY
rev.
1.0
description
date
initial release
11/15/2011
The revision history provided is for informational purposes only and is believed to be accurate.
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