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RVFM 6V Buzzer (Low Profile)

RVFM 6V Buzzer (Low Profile)
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A PCB mounting buzzer with a loud but pleasant 85dB tone, operating from a 6V DC supply. The buzzer is only 7.5mm high when mounted on the PCB. It will work with a supply voltage ranging from 3 to 8V DC. Supply polarity is marked on the bottom of the top of the housing as an aid to installation. The case is finished in black.
  • The base of the device is potted to maximise protection against flux contamination
  • Masking label is included over the sound emission hole to permit board cleaning
  • Encapsulated in a low profile housing making them particularly suitable for inclusion in miniature electronics instrumentation
  • Supplied with PCB pins for direct mounting to PCBs
  • Small / low profile design
  • Compact rich sound
  • Pitch 7.6mm
  • Application: cellular phones, pagers, communication equipment, computers, household appliances, security of electronic devices
  • Dimensions 11.6 x 11.6 x 7.5mm

Order code35-004035-0041
Rated voltage 6V DC 12V DC
Operating voltage 3 to 8V DC 8 to 15V DC
Current consumption 30mA30mA
Sound output at 10cm >85dB>85dB
Frequency 3100Hz ±500Hz 3100Hz ±500Hz
Housing material PBTPBT
Weight 2g 2g
Operating temperature–20°C to +85°C–20°C to +85°C
Storage temperature–20°C to +88°C–20°C to +88°C
Dimensions11.6 x 11.6 x 7.5(D)mm11.6 x 11.6 x 7.5(D)mm

Question by Steve | Product code: 35-0040
05 September 2013

Q What is the pitch between the legs?
A Hi Steve. Thank you for your question. The pitch is 7.6mm as per the data sheet.

Question by Michael Scott | Product code: 35-0040
21 April 2012

Q Does this buzzer require an external audio source, or does it contain an internal oscillator? Thank you.
A Thanks for your enquiry Michael. The oscillator is built in, just connect to power and the sound is generated.