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HobbyKing® Discovery Buzzer

HobbyKing® Discovery Buzzer

Plug it in to a spare channel on your receiver and the Buzzer can be activated by a switch on your TX. Switch the buzzer on to help locate a lost plane.



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Total of 108 discussions.
Cemal  4 points - 7/29/2015
 
this buzzer channel 5 to be used with a switch that is stuck Gear.
samuel  2 points - 7/25/2015
 
so im looking to hook this up to a quadcopter using a dragonfly32(flip32 clone) and a frsky d4r-II in ppm. now my question is how would i hook it up in this setup? to ch 2 on the reciever? or would i hook it up to one of the 8 channels on the dragonfly32?
 Cemal 4 points
this buzzer channel 5 to be used with a switch that is stuck Gear.
laguillon  2 points - 7/11/2015
 
it work on 1S : 3.7v ? thanks.
 HobbyShun 185 points
Don't think it will. It is should to be connected to RX, so it needs about 5V. 3.7V is too low.
Forbes  1 points - 7/10/2015
 
Is there anyway to prevent the beeper from sounding when the battery is attached to the craft? I don't like the attention it draws when changing batteries.
 symowallo 221 points
Unfortunately no, because when you power up the craft, it takes a few seconds for the ESC and RX to initialise. During this time, it's sending 5V down to the BEC which as you know, will immediately power up the buzzer. Once it's bound it's all good, but it does take a couple of seconds unfortunately.
Forbes  1 points - 7/9/2015
 
Question: If I lose signal but know the general direction to walk in, cant I activate it once in range again?
 Tank1 787 points
Yes because it's connected to your RX.
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Adding only 9g to the plane. This is a worthy insurance to finding your plane should it go down. Can use any spare channel. Good product. Hope I will never have to use it.... but you never know!


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I want to install the beeper on his helicopter. Confronted with the fact that very hard to find a crashed helicopter in the far away.


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Exellent makes Airplanes easy to find after a landing.

I found another nice way of using this little thing... Put it on your Car or Truck and POOF!! Instant car horn!! did it myself and it works nice, specially with guys with a good sense of humor.


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I further improvements. Remove the buzzer and let him there instead of the FET transistor. Want a cheap RC switch. Excellent ....


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Muito til quando se perde o aeromodelo.


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