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RVFM 20 Second Recording Module

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Brand: RVFM MPN: BRC-06BM 20 SEC EAN-13: 4016138458459
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A sound recording module providing up to 20 seconds of playback time for speech, music or sound effects.

  • Allows students to include a record and playback element into projects
  • 40mm mylar speaker
  • Separate microphone, record and play buttons
  • A single press of the play button starts playback
  • The record push-button is held down during recording
  • Separate battery holder
  • Non-volatile memory allows the batteries to be changed without losing the recorded message
  • PCB dimensions: 31 x 27mm

Requires 3x AA batteries (not included).

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17 November 2011 Question by: Matt | Product code: 13-0665
Q. Can this voice recorder be programmed to store multiple messages or can i only record one message onto it?
A. Hi Matt Thanks for your question. You can only record one message at a time.


Reviewed by: Midge - 20 December 2008
Dont expect thumping volume or high levels of clarity - but a great little product for toys, and audible alerts. For my application, I needed it to trigger when power was applied (as opposed to when the play button is pressed). Id hoped that simply shorting out the play button would do this but that isnt the case - it obviously needs to see the play wires shorted after power up. So I simply wired a little reed relay across the power supply, and the normally open contacts across the play button. i.e. simulating the button being pressed a fraction of a second after the circuit powered up.