SoundBytes Crossing Bell
The SoundBytes Crossing Bell is a simple, fully self-contained sound module that plays a grade crossing bell sound.
- Prototypical crossing bell sound
- Integrated speaker & volume control
- Easy to install and use
- Ideal for adding sound to grade crossings
- Powered from 5V to 24V
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The SoundBytes module needs 5-24 volts of clean direct current (DC) power to operate. Connect the white wire to GND to activate the sound. Leave the white wire disconnected to turn the sound off.
Red Wire = 5V to 24V
Black Wire = GND
White Wire = GND to activate (Do not exceed 3.3V on the white wire!)
1.25"(L) x 1.25"(W) x 1.25"(H)
The complete gEDA design files are available on GitHub.
- 6 in stock
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Dwarvin’s Railroad Crossing
If you’re in the market for a simple railroad crossing system, take a look at Dwarvin’s Lamplighter Flasher and Integrated Railroad Crossing. Dwarvin’s easy-to-use, fiber-based Lamplighter – which comes with our TrainSpotter detectors and SoundBytes bell module – makes a painless way to add crossing signals to your layout. Give it a look!
Infesting model railroads, one SoundBytes module at a time. Or three. Three are certainly better than one. Get yours today before their life cycle ends.