By definition, a buzzer is a component that can generate electric waves and convert them into electrical signals under the action of external forces. A circuit that is commonly used to effectively filter frequencies at or above a specific frequency. As far as the design principle is concerned, the mechanical buzzer is based on a certain mathematical model. By selecting the mathematical model and then building the circuit to obtain performance, the filter is usually designed to require the selection of the prototype, that is, the mathematical model. In order to help everyone better understand this product, we introduce specific product parameter information in the following content.
Rated voltage (VDC): 6V Or 12V Or 24V
Operating Voltage (VDC): 4-8V Or 8-16V Or 20-28V
Maximum current: 50mA
Minimum sound pressure: 95dB/10cm
Pin material: Red copper
Working temperature: -30°C - +70°C
Storage temperature: -40°C - +85°C
Housing Material: Black NORYL/Grey MPPO/Cream Yellow ABS
Uses: Computers, printers, copiers, alarms, electronic toys, automotive electronics, telephones, timers and other electronic products.