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anyone know where I can buy this type of buzzer? (buzzer used in a lipo battery alarm). the buzzer is small but really loud.
worse case I can just buy the lipo alarm ($1.88 and it comes with two buzzers) and just remove the buzzer.

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Yes Here: $0.25 Ea.
http://www.electrodragon.com/?product=3v-active-buzzer-continous-beep-12095-type

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thanks. I have that type, its not the same. nowhere near as loud as the one in lipo alarm. this one is not just a cylinder shape. it has a small rectangular opening on one side (pointing away from the pcb in the picture).

if you have ever triggered your smoke detector alarm, its about that loud.
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That is an electromagnetic buzzer (as opposed to piezo). Your specific buzzer appears to be made by Qinlon (qinlon.com).

Here's an alternative, but still 90dB:

http://www.newark.com/multicomp/mckp12-g04b1-k4075/magnetic-buzzer-transducer/dp/25R0890
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ah, thanks, I should have thought of googling the label on the buzzer.

http://www.qinlon.com/products.asp?Action=Detail&ID=148
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