A Buzzer is a two terminal device which produces an audio signal . It can be mechanical, electromechanical, or piezoelectric. Typical uses of buzzers and beepers include alarm devices, timers and confirmation of user input such as a mouse click or keystroke. Elint labz has built a plug for the buzzer to make use of it in the digital controlling systems. This PCB design enables you to mount the buzzer to any position as per the user’s need and also this plug can be mounted anywhere using screws.
Buzzer plug is a digital output device for the interfacing system. It has a piezo buzzer with the transistor driver circuit in order to activate and deactivate the buzzer with logic levels of input signal. It has a interfacing port with three pins named as G, V and D. Here G represents Ground , V represents VCC and D represents Data pin through which buzzer can be turned ON or OFF. When the Data pin (D) is made HIGH, buzzer starts to beep ( makes sound ). When D pin is made LOW, buzzer doesn’t beep ( stops making sound ).
- Operating Voltage: 5V
- Size: 20mm x 20mm
- 4-4 A
- 4-3 A
Manual contains all required information for interfacing along with example codes.