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ISD1820 3-5V Voice Module Recording And Playback Module with Microphone and 0.5W Speaker
Key control recording and playback operation method: REC key: recording button, press and hold to record, release the button to stop recording; RLAYE key: trigger mode playback, click to play the current voice of the entire paragraph; PLAYL key: jog mode playback, press and hold to playback, release to stop playing; RPL jumper: loop play mode control, can be played circularly; FT jumper: through control, it allows the microphone voice directly to the speaker to playback.
Method of operation:
- REC button: record button, you can press and hold the recording, release the button to stop recording;
- RLAYE key: trigger mode playback, press will play this whole speech;
- PLAYL key: jog mode playback, press and hold until playback, release to stop playback;
- RPL Jumper: loop mode control, loop playback;
- FT Jumper: direct control, microphone voice through the speaker can playback.
- 1 x ISD1820 3-5V Voice Module Recording
- 1 x Playback Module with Microphone
- 1 x 0.5W Speaker
|Operating Voltage (VDC)||3V-5V.|
|Loudspeaker||8 ohm, 0.5W|
|Dimensions (LxWxH)||80 x 60 x 30 in mm|
1. What is ISD1820?
- The ISD1820 is a compact audio recording/playback module capable of multi-segment recording. By adjusting the built-in resistance, users can achieve high recording quality in any application.
2. How do I use voice recorder and player ISD1820?
- Connect a small loudspeaker to the output of the module. H. Via the SP+ and SP pins. Then press the module's record (REC) button and the module will start recording. Continue holding the button until you record the entire message. This way a message is recorded.
3. What is audio playback module?
- The audio player module is a multiple message recorder/player. It supports true voice recording, non-volatile storage, and 10 second playback capability. This module is easy to use. It can be controlled directly by push buttons on the module itself, or automatically by a microcontroller such as an Arduino.