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09/09/2011

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Mark Icke

Some sort of casing is needed. First drop of water will damage this thing.

The good thing is, I don't think can be perceived as aggressive as an ordinary buzzer.

Janice in GA

I like it!

Ron Ablang

What's the battery source for that card again?

Leo Horishny

Good point Mark, I live in Nevada, so wet weather is not something that usually springs to mind. I'll do something.

Ron, I have no idea. I haven't looked really close, but I assume the battery is in the large silver circular piece on the circuitboard.

I've found it is loud enough when you're stopped or passing a pedestrian...there needs to be a cone added to the speaker maybe to increase the volume.

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