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RVFM Miniature PCB Piezo Transducer

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Brand: RVFM  MPN: 35-0044 
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This piezo transducer is able to generate a range of audible tones and frequencies when energised by a 12V peak square wave. Provided it is mounted rigidly in the prescribed manner, outputs of up to 80dB can be achieved.

  • Requires drive circuit
  • PCB mounting
  • Ideal for toys, clocks and watches, calculators and electronic games, using the transducer in place of a speaker
  • Suitable for use in professional, commercial and industrial applications.
  • Durable in domestic appliances
  • Dimensions: 17(dia) x 8mm (depth)

Note: Not suitable for speech and music.

Rated voltage12V peak to peak
Allowable voltage max.30V peak to peak
Current consumption4mA at 4.0KHz
Sound output80dB
Frequency4.0 4± 0.5KHz
Housing materialABS / black
Weight 1g
Operating temperature-20°C to +60°C
Storage temperature-30°C to +70°C

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30 January 2018 Question by: Paul Calpin | Product code: 35-0044
Q. how do you identify +ve and -ve leg
A. Hi Paul, thank you for your question. We have checked with the manufacturer and they have confirmed that these are in fact not polarised.


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