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Transducer, Magnetic Buzzer, 2 V to 5 V, 90 mA, 85 dB, 2.4 kHz

MCKPM-G1203A-K4039 - Transducer, Magnetic Buzzer, 2 V to 5 V, 90 mA, 85 dB, 2.4 kHz

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Manufacturer:
MULTICOMP MULTICOMP
Manufacturer Part No:
MCKPM-G1203A-K4039
Newark Part No.:
25R0710
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Buzzer
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2V
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5V
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90mA
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85dB
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2.4kHz
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Through Hole
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Do you just need to supply a suitable voltage or must a square wave of the appropriate frequency be supplied?

Are there example circuits available?
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The MCKPM-G1203A-K4039 DOES NOT have a self drive circuit.

The MCKPX-G1203A-K4056 DOES have a self drive circuit and generates the desired tone by simply connecting the appropriate voltage (I used 3 volts).
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The operating supply voltage range for this transducer is 2V-5V DC. Therefore a DC power supply is sufficient. A square wave is an AC signal & not required for this.
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