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Piezo Buzzer

I forget who asked about this... but yes, you can connect a piezo buzzer to one of the outputs and use it as an audible alarm... I just tested it. It gets louder the more voltage you apply to it Man Happy
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Re: Piezo Buzzer

When you get a chance see if you can post the how too with the custom.json file description too the wiki.
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Re: Piezo Buzzer

Actually there wasn't much at all to do. Just wire the piezo to 2 and 7 on a CAT5 jack, or to the voltage out on the terminal block and set it up as a 5 or 12 volt output (unless yours requires 24 volts).

Now it's just an output you can trigger if something happens... and it makes noise!
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Re: Piezo Buzzer

Sweet.
Another reason for ubnt to make a 6 or 8 port Mport.
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