Piezo Transducer (Passive Buzzer)

This piezo tranducer can be used as a passive buzzer or to play tiny, bleepy tunes. Ahoy!

It's got sturdy, labelled pins for connecting to jumper jerky or poking into a breadboard. The specs list the minimum voltage as 4V, but we found it worked fine with 3.3V from a microcontroller.

Check out this Tom's Hardware article for how to play tunes using a Raspberry Pi Pico!

Rated Voltage(V) 6
Voltage Range (V) 4~8
Rated Current (mA) ≤32
Sound Output (dB) ≥85
Resonant Frequency (Hz) 2300±300
Operating Temp (°C) -20~+45
Storage Temp (°C) -20~+60
Weight (g) 2
Diameter of buzzer 12mm
Pin spacing 8mm

Why not try it with Yukon?

Looking for a controller for your project? Yukon is a high-power modular robotics and engineering platform, built around RP2040 and designed to drive the most ambitious robots, props and devices.

Yukon is a standalone controller that can be equipped with up to six interchangeable modules capable of driving high-powered hardware - this is made possible by the unique pin capabilities of Raspberry Pi's multitalented RP2040 chip. This flexibility means you can drive many unique combinations of motors, servos, steppers, speakers, LED strips and more, all from a single Yukon host!