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MULTICOMP  MCKPM-G1203A-K4039  MAGNETIC BUZZER AND TRANSDUCER

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  • Manufacturer: MULTICOMP
  • Newark Part No.: 25R0710
  • Manufacturer Part No MCKPM-G1203A-K4039

Product Information


  • Current Rating: 90mA
  • External Diameter: 12mm
  • External Height: 10mm
  • Resonant Frequency: 2.4kHz
  • SVHC: To Be Advised
  • Sound Level SPL: 85dB
  • Supply Voltage Max: 5V
  • Supply Voltage Min: 2V
  • Tones: -
  • Transducer Function: Buzzer
  • Transducer Mounting: 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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A: 
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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