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Kingduino Compatible Speaker Buzzer Module

Kingduino Compatible Speaker Buzzer Module

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438000026
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Arduino Compatible Speaker Buzzer Module. Pins to GND,
digital I/O output to S pin VCC output to 3.3~5V.

Specs:
Depth: 10 mm
Height: 19 mm
Width: 16 mm
Product Weight: 2.4 g
Operating Voltage: 3.3v - 5v

*Note: This is not an original Arduino brand product.

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  • SKU:
    438000026
  • Brand:
    No
  • Capacity (mAh)
    No
  • Shipping Weight(g)
    14.00
  • Length:
    30.00
  • Width:
    10.00
  • Height
    15.00
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I had the same experience with this as Jastra. The pin labelling seems to be incorrect. When I connected signal to (-) and ground to (S) it worked. I have no idea what the middle pin is for.

I just noticed the labelling on the photo is opposite what it is on the one I received.

I'm done with HK for arduino stuff. I typically get cheaper, better quality and more accurate product info from China sellers on fleabay.
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Correction: If you simply put the (-) pin high (5V) and the (S) pin to ground (opposite to the product explanation) it buzzes well and pulls only about 25mA.
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The buzzers seem to work ok. The 5V channel seems to be unused though. Desolderd the buzzer, middle pin not connected. The (S) Signal and (-) pins are reversed. Mine only worked when I put signal on the (-) pin and ground on the (S) pin. Even with a 100Ohm resistor in series, it still pulled 50mA wich is too much for an Arduino Port. Resoldering the Buzzer 180deg would make the pins right.
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