Low-frequency piezoelectric transducer
Elk Grove Village, Illinois – Transducers USA, an industry leading supplier of audible signal devices, has announced the introduction of a new solid-state piezoelectric transducer that operates at a low frequency. This buzzer has been designed to respond to the need for upgrading and replacing electro-mechanical transducers with movable armatures.
The solid-state piezoelectric design feature eliminates the moveable plunger in electro-mechanical devices. With no moving parts, the solid-state circuitry promises an almost infinite life for ceramic piezo audio output.
The new Model TRIP-2612P(S) from Transducers USA delivers 400Hz at a minimum of 95dB with a standard 12DC.
The problem with higher frequencies used in audible alarm notification appliances is that many aging individuals lose their ability to hear.
The TRIP-2612P(S) from Transducers USA meets this NFPA code requirement. The TRIP-2612P(S) is RoHS compliant with a flame-retardant plastic cover. It provides easy and stable PC board mounting and connections. The unit measures 26mm x 19mm off the PC board.
Product specifications include:
- Operating mode: Continuous tone
- Nominal operating voltage: 12VDC
- Operating voltage: 8VDC to 16VDC
- Operating frequency: 400+/-100Hx
- Sound output: 95dB(A)min. at 12VDC, at 10cm, at 25°
- Operating current: 55mA max. at 12VDC
- Operating temperature: -40° C to 85° C
- Storage temperature: -40° C to 85° C
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