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Grove - Piezo Buzzer/Active Buzzer - Arduino/Raspberry Pi Compatible

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Grove - Buzzer is a simple yet enjoyable twig to use. It can output noise at a volume over 85 dB and is integrated with Grove interface, which makes it easy to connect and experiment by just plug & play. It is a perfect add-on for all kinds of Arduino projects and human-machine interfaces.

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Grove - Buzzer is a simple yet enjoyable twig to use. It can output noise at a volume over 85 dB and is integrated with the Grove interface, which makes it easy to connect and experiment by just plug & play. It is a perfect add-on for all kinds of Arduino projects and human-machine interfaces.

 

Features

  • Piezoelectric buzzer with wide compatibility: Can produce a variety of pleasant sounds and analog sound, intermittent sound. Pure timbre, not easily covered by noise
  • Low power consumption: It is driven by voltage, so the current consumption is small, generally under 20mA, not more than 100mA.
  • Awesome volume: sound output: > 85 dB
  • Easy to use: compatible with Grove port, just plug-and-play

 

This is a simple yet enjoyable twig to use. The piezo can be connected to digital outputs and will emit a tone when the output is high. Alternatively, it can be connected to an analog pulse-width modulation output to generate various tones and effects. If you would like to connect Grove - Buzzer as well as other Grove modules to Arduino boards, we recommend Grove Base Shield V2.0 for Arduino.  

We have developed more than 400 Grove modules, covering a wide range of applications that can fulfill various needs. Click to explore the Grove Sensor family and get started to Grove your Idea. For all Grove users (especially beginners), we provide you with guidance PDF documents. Please download and read through Preface - Getting Started and Introduction to Grove before your use of the product.

Comparison

Product Specifications Features
Grove-Buzzer Resonant frequency: 2300±300Hz

sound output:>85 dB
active: requires only DC voltage, loud sound
Grove Passive Buzzer Resonant frequency: 2700Hz

sound output:>80 dB
passive: requires AC signal, pleasant sound

 

Application

  • An add-on for any kind of human-machine interface
  • Microwave ovens
  • Doorbell
  • Alarm device
  • Electrical alarm
  • Timer

 

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Technical details

Dimensions 24mm x20mm x9.8mm
Weight G.W 10g
Battery Exclude
Operating Voltage 3.3-5V
Sound Output ≥85dB
Resonant Frequency 2300±300Hz

Part List

Grove - Buzzer 1

ECCN/HTS

HSCODE 8531909000
USHSCODE 8471490000
UPC 841454108597
EUHSCODE 8543709099
COO CHINA
EU DoC 1
RoHS 1
UK DoC 1

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