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07/02/2013
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MODEL: CST-951RP-A │ DESCRIPTION: MAGNETIC BUZZER
FEATURES
• side port
• SPL 85 dB
• low profile
RoHS
SPECIFICATIONS
parameter
conditions/description
min
rated voltage
typ
max
5.0
operating voltage
current consumption
4.0
at rated voltage, 2,730 Hz square wave, ½ duty
coil resistance
sound pressure level
at 10 cm
25.5
30.0
85
92
rated frequency
dimensions
units
Vo-p
6.0
Vo-p
80
mA
34.5
Ω
dB
2,730
Hz
ø9.0 x H4.5
mm
weight
0.6
material
PPO
terminal
pin type (Au plating)
g
operating temperature
-20
60
°C
storage temperature
-30
70
°C
RoHS
Note:
yes
1. Not recommended for wave soldering
MECHANICAL DRAWING
Sound Emission Hole
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FREQUENCY RESPONSE CURVE
A: frequency response. Magn dB re 20.00µPA
100
90
80
dB
70
60
50
20
200
Hz
2K
20K
MEASUREMENT METHOD
+VDC
+2.5V
180Ω
0
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2SC1741AS
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REVISION HISTORY
rev.
description
date
1.0
initial release
01/30/2006
1.01
updated template and model number
03/28/2012
1.02
added soldering note
07/02/2013
The revision history provided is for informational purposes only and is believed to be accurate.
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