Nuance Powermic III microphone with 3 foot & 9 foot cord

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The all new Nuance PowerMic III replaces the PowerMic II as Nuance's flagship microphone for handheld dictation.
This microphone advances PC dictation to a new level with recording and voice control of navigation, streamlining user workflow for review and editing. Nuance PowerMic III incorporates full-function, Microsoft® compatible PC mouse capabilities into the microphone to reduce the need to move between the microphone, mouse, and keyboard.
Product upgraded features
In comparison to the previous version Powermic II, the Powermic III has the following new features.
  • New trackball mouse instead of eraser point mouse - Now, it's easier than ever to control your EHR medical records system or other applications with nice, intuitive trackball.  Just slide your thumb across the trackball for easy movement.
  • Smaller design - The new smaller design fits more comfortably in your palm for easier access to the function buttons on the microphone.
  • New microphone housing type - The newer microphone indentation and housing allow for better noise cancellation.
  • New cord variations - Comes in 2 versions.  A 3 foot version or 9 foot version cord.  This makes it easier to work with if using on a laptop or desktop computer.
  • New cross compatibility - Originally just created for the medical field, the new PowerMic now works with all Dragon Medical, Legal and Professional versions of software.
Full Dictation Control 
Nuance PowerMic III advances PC dictation to a new level, making it easier and faster to control voice recording, navigate and select fields in on-screen templates and standard reports, and move through recognized text reports for review and editing. In addition to providing complete dictation control, Nuance PowerMic III incorporates full-function, Microsoft® compatible, PC mouse capabilities into the microphone to reduce the need for users to move between the microphone, mouse, and keyboard.

With Nuance PowerMic III, users can rapidly navigate report template fields, then record and use “voice fill-in” capabilities to insert recognized text into customized templates. By combining an ergonomic hand microphone with PC mouse functions, users gain new levels of dictation speed, ease-of-use, and productivity.


Key Features:

  • USB connectivity for easy plug and-play installation as well as eliminating the need for sound card-enabled PCs
  • Unidirectional microphone with noise-cancellation ensures higher accuracy in even the noisiest environments
  • Perfect companion to PowerMic Mobile, which turns smartphones into secure wireless microphones (Healthcare Solutions Only)

Compatible with

  • Dragon Professional Individual, v15
  • Dragon Legal Individual, v15
  • Dragon Medical Practice Edition
  • Dragon Medical Network Edition
  • Dragon Medical Direct
  • Dragon Medical Workflow Edition
  • PowerScribe® 360 Reporting
  • SpeechMagic SDK
  • SpeechAnywhere Services


Technical specifications
  • Operating System: Windows® 7, Windows 8.1, Windows 10
  • USB: 1.1 or higher (USB port must be able to deliver min 500mA for power consumption)
  • Supported Environments: Citrix® and VMware are supported. (Healthcare Solutions Only)
    For more information, please contact Nuance Technical Support.
  • Frequency Response Input/Output
      Microphone 20 - 16,000 Hz
      Speaker 500 - 5,000 Hz
  • Signal-to-Noise Ratio: +70db
  • Power Consumption
      Current: max 500mA (max playback volume)
      Power: max 2.5 VA (max playback volume)
      Typical current consumption:
        Standby: 115mA
        Recording (with LED on): 130mA
        Playback at max volume: 400mA
      Operating Temperature 5° to 35° C (41°F to 95°)
      Storage Temperature -25 to +70° C (-13°F – 158°F)
  • Safety
    • IEC/EN/UL 60950-1: 2005 2nd edition): AM1:2009 Safety of Information Technology Equipment (ITE)
      Voltage and power draw: 5 Vdc, 500 mA max
  • Emmissions – Class B
    • EN 55032:2012 – Electromagnetic Compatibility of multimedia equipment Emissions requirements
      AS/NZS CISPR 32:2013 Electromagnetic Compatibility of multimedia equipment Emissions requirements
      FCC Title 47 of the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR47) – Telecommunications part 15.107:2015 Radio Frequency Devices
      ICE-003:2012 Information Technology Equipment (ITE) – Limits and methods of Measurement
  • Immunity
    • EN 55024:2010 Information Technology Equipment – Immunity characteristics – Limits and methods of Measurement
  • FCC warning to user
    • This device complies with part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
      (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and
      (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.