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Product Code: 28825
Excl. VAT: £12.86 Incl. VAT: £15.43
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The SoundPAL is a tiny module that plays canned and custom sound sequences. It is completely self-contained, including a microcontroller for generating the sounds and a small speaker for producing them. The SoundPAL interfaces easily to a BASIC Stamp and can play sounds while the BASIC Stamp is busy with other chores.
  • Plugs into servo headers, and works with protoboards. 
  • Virtually goof-proof power sourcing makes it nearly impossible to connect wrong. 
  • Single-pin interface uses a simple serial protocol to define and initiate sound production. 
  • Canned tunes and sound effects can be played with simple commands. 
  • Custom tunes and effects are simple to program using musical notation instead of frequencies. 
  • Total audio range is 6½ octaves in four different tempos and four playing styles. 
  • Onboard EEPROM permits saving custom sound sequences for later playback. 
  • Autoplay feature permits playing a pre-designated EEPROM sequence with only a power supply. 
  • Compact size: stackable side-to-side with additional modules on 0.1" servo headers.
  • Power requirements: 3.3 to 5v
  • Communication: Serial
  • Dimensions: 15/16 x 3/4 x 1/4 in (24 x 20 x 8 mm)
  • Operating temp range: -32 to +158 ┬░F (-0 to +70 ┬░C)

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View FileSoundPal Documents    Size: (960.99 KB)
View FileSoundPal Canned Resources    Size: (1.73 MB)
View FileSoundPal Repertoire    Size: (2.75 KB)
View FileSoundPal Template    Size: (2.51 KB)

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