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Clap sensor switch – in DIY Kit
It is capable of recognizing the sound of clapping hands and can activate an electrically powered device in either monostable (timed) or bistable mode. The activation time for monostable operation can vary from 1 second to 110 seconds. The unique circuit configuration allows the device to be immune to environmental disturbances.
Soldering is required for assembly. The kit comes with assembly instructions in English.