20 Second recording module with 9V battery Connector

20 Second recording module with 9V battery Connector

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SKU : BR9
Quantity on Hand : 218
Skill Level : Assembled and Tested
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Fully Assembled and tested. All you need to do is add a 9V Battery.

Record: Press and hold “Record” switch. LED indicator turns on and start recording. Release switch to finish recording, and LED turns off. 
Play: Press “Play” switch to play complete message once. 

Specifications: 
  • 20 second non-volatile recordable IC.
  • Includes Electret microphone for recording.
  • 40mm Mylar speaker included.
  • Operating Voltage: 9V (battery not included)
  • Operating Current: <= 40mA (average)
  • Standby Current <= 0.2mA
  • PCB size: 1.8" x 1" (45mm x 25mm)
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FAQ:
Q1: How can I make this unit sound better?
A1: You can hold the speaker in your hand by making an "O" shape with your finger and thumb with the speaker held firmly inside the "O." Or you can mount the speaker in a box or to a heavier mount like a piece of plywood with a hole in it for the speaker. This decreases the speaker frame vibration and increases the speaker surface vibration which improves the sound quality.

Q2: How can I make this unit louder?
A2: You could purchase any of our amplifiers or amplifier kits to use with this unit. Type "amplifier" in the search box and click "Go."




 
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  • Paul Clarke on 10/17/2015 20:27:48

    Punch some holes in an Altoids tin and Bang! Punch them in before you add your project.

  • Johan Smit on 10/03/2015 18:29:42

    Unfortunately we do not have an enclosure that have holes etc. specifically for this module. We only have general purpose enclosures.

    Thanks

  • David on 10/01/2015 18:28:18

    How can I encase this recording module so it's protected but still has holes for the speaker and control buttons?