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Large Piezo Alarm - 16 Tone

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Item #: COM-13939 -
Price: $14.67
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This Piezo Alarm is a great option for when you need an audible alarm (or are just looking for a way to prank your friends). This alarm has 16 different output options that can be changed with the...

This Piezo Alarm is a great option for when you need an audible alarm (or are just looking for a way to prank your friends). This alarm has 16 different output options that can be changed with the DIP switches on the unit. Select Continuous, Chime, Intermittent, Warble, or Pulsating and amaze your friends. Features: Operating Voltage: 5-16Vdc Operating Frequency: 3KHz Warble Frequency: 2.8KHz to 3.2KHz Diameter: 35.8mm, Height 35.7mm 103 dB(A) at 16V at 61cm 90 dB(A) at 5V at 61cm Documents:...

MIKROE BUZZ Click

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Item #: BOB-18872 -
Price: $23.50
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MIKROE BUZZ Click is an accessory board in mikroBus™ form factor. Board features a piezo speaker capable of emitting audio signals. Buzzer’s resonant frequency is 3.8kHz (where you can expect it’s...

MIKROE BUZZ Click is an accessory board in mikroBus™ form factor. Board features a piezo speaker capable of emitting audio signals. Buzzer’s resonant frequency is 3.8kHz (where you can expect it’s best performance). On-board buzzer driver is connected to both digital (CS) and to PWM line. You can use either of those two to provide the signal from the microcontroller to the buzzer driver. Board is set to use 5V power supply by default. Solder PWR SEL SMD jumper to 3.3V position if used with...

Mini Speaker - PC Mount 12mm 2.048kHz

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Item #: COM-07950 -
Price: $3.25
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This is a small 12mm round speaker that operates around the audible 2kHz range. You can use these speakers to create simple music or user interfaces. This is not a true piezoelectric speaker but...

This is a small 12mm round speaker that operates around the audible 2kHz range. You can use these speakers to create simple music or user interfaces. This is not a true piezoelectric speaker but behaves similarly. Instead of a piezoelectric crystal that vibrates with an electric current, this tiny speaker uses an electromagnet to drive a thin metal sheet. That means you need to use some form of alternating current to get sound. The good news is that this speaker is tuned to respond best with a...