300 second USB recording module W/LIGHT SENSOR & PIR for MOTION ACTIVATION

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This module plugs directly into the USB port of your PC. Then use the free software to record up to 300 seconds of .wav files to this module over 5 segments. Comes with a speaker and a line out for an additional amplifier or external speakers.
Playback can be triggered by any of the following: pressing one of 4 push buttons; motion picked up by the PIR sensor, and/or change in light level via the Photo cell light sensor.

  • 300 seconds of re-recordable voice message over 5 segments. (4.7K sample rate)
  • Supports up to 4 switches and 2 sensors simultaneously
  • 40mm metal housing mylar speaker
  • 3.5mm (1/8") mono-audio output
  • Supports multi-section sound
  • 1 x PIR with connector included
  • Use USB type-A male connect for direct plug in to USB port of PC. (USB1.1)
  • Ideal for transferring custom messages for different applications.
  • Adjustable sensitivity for PIR sensor
  • PIR Range: 9 - 13 feet. 
  • Record sound files from PC with provided software
  • Please click picture and see next page for software operation/download
  • Dimensions:
    Main board - Excluding USB connector: 65mm x 35mm
                          - Including USB connector & slide switch : 86mm x 35mm
    Speaker:  40mm (diameter)
System Requirements:
This unit will directly plug into the USB port of your computer. A USB cable is NOT required. However if you do want to plug the unit into a extension USB cable first, you can order our A-male to A-female USB extension cable product number: 
Additional Details:

For longer time before replacing the batteries you can remove the 3 x AAA battery holder the unit comes with and replace it with a different one: Alternate 3 x AA Battery Holders or you can connect 3 x C or 3  x D cells in series using 3 of these holders and connecting them in series: Alternate 1 x C or 1 x D Battery Holders

If you don't want to use batteries then we suggest this power supply: PSSMV1USA (Just set it on 4.5 volts)

ALSO NOTE: When using the software for the USB6M, be sure to select "DAC for Ext.AMP" under the Voice Output tab before you program the board.

NOTE: This unit will only record .WAV files. However, you can download a .mp3 file converter here: 
It is a very easy to use. Just open the sound file in this program, and save it as .WAV, and select PCM unsigned, 8 bit, mono in the Attributes section.
In Windows Vista/ Win 7 the PM66 software must be run as administrator by right clicking on the PM66 icon and then click to "Run as administrator"
  • IC Function: 300 seconds of re-recordable IC, USB controller
  • Operation Current: 120mA
  • Play time: 200 times (with alkaline batteries)
  • Standby Current: 200uA (with motion sensor or PIR sensor)
  • Input / Switch: Push switch (play / stop)
  • LED: LED playing indicator
  • Speaker: 40mm metal housing mylar speaker
  • Battery Type: External AAAx3 battery holder
  • 34mm x 64mm x 8mm (connector height)

  • Todd Wood on 07/21/2016 16:05:29

    So, I Love this product.... but it would be even greater if it had a Relay output interface, I am crrently using a transistor on the LED output to key a relay and it works fine. but if it had a relay circuit in it would change everything. thanks.

  • Kris Bey on 03/01/2016 08:19:38

    Hi Mason, thanks for your response, that makes sense. Do you know if there is a product on this site that will be able to detect objects passing by particularly sports balls. Any help would be much appreciated.

  • Mason on 02/29/2016 21:25:48

    Hi Kris, The PIR sensor that is used for motion activation uses an IR sensor to pick up the movement of heat. So in your case it wouldn't activate say when you throw a baseball or a football past the unit. It would activate though if your hand when you throw the ball passes in front of the units field of view. I hope this is able to help you some.

  • Kris Bey on 02/23/2016 14:35:05

    Hi, I'm wondering whether the motion sensor would detect an object passing by or just humans? say like a ball?

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