Adafruit Bone Conducting Transducer – 8 Ohm 1 Watt
• Perfect for audio projects
• Designed to use the human skull as a personal speaker, safely
• Lightweight and small
• 8 ohm impedance
What is a bone transducer?
A bone conduction transducer works very similar to a speaker – but instead of vibrating a cone, it will vibrate a bon. Simply place it on your jaw bone, temporal bone, or any other to hear the effect. This transducer is not restrict to bones, you can place it on a table, the bottom of a glass and many other places – making this a highly portable speaker.
This transducer would be wired in place of a speaker or other transducer, making it perfect for enhancing an audio project you’ve already made. This transducer is rated at 8 ohm impedance and runs at roughly one watt.
If you are looking to use this transducer in a project where it will have lengthy contact with skin, it is advised to cover it to stop shortages caused by sweat, rain, etc.
|Power Handling||1 watt RMS/2 watt max|
|Frequency Response||300-19,000 Hz (varies with surface)|
|SPL||90.1 cB 1W/1m (varies with surface)|