Waterproof PIR Motion Activated Audio Player for Outdoor Use (USED)

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    SKU : FNM-802-USED
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    Skill Level : Assembled and Tested

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    • Adopts PIR detection technology and automatically plays the sound file when a human body is detected.

    • The detection distance of the PIR sensor is up to 6 meters, and the detection angle is 120 degrees.  

    • Built-in a high quality MP3 player with high audio reproduction. 

    • Works with most Windows, Mac, and Linux systems

    • Able to record/update the sound files through the micro USB port. (micro USB cable included)

    • Equipped with 512MB SD memory by default (supports max. 32GB).

    • Supports to multiple sound files in the memory and play next one of the tracks after each activation. 

    • Internal 20 Watt power amplifier for loud and clear sound output.  

    • Volume is adjustable through the potentiometer on the housing.

    • Uses a solid and durable aluminum housing to ensure waterproof class IPX6. 

    • 12V DC power input (12V AC/DC power adapter included) also possible to use a 12V external battery (not included).  

    • Easy installation and it works as long the power is up. Installation Hardware brackets supplied.

    • Dimensions: 315mm x 152mm x 90mm (12.4" x 6" x 3.5")


    Technical Parameters:

    • Working voltage: 12V DC

    • Working current: ≤1000mA

    • Standby current: ≤40mA

    • Rated audio power output: 20Watts

    • Audio format: MP3

    • PIR distance: ≤ 6m (20ft)(120° of range)

    Application Occasions: Parks, gardens, squares, swimming pools, golf courses, airports, stadiums, school playgrounds,and so on.

    Note: Push power supply plug all the way into jack. It might be tight fitting.

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