Introducing the TuneRC BuzzMaster 3000, the buzzer that keeps you in the loop and your drone in the sky! With a built-in driver circuit, this little wonder is as simple to use as it is effective. Just find a free port on your flight controller, and let the BuzzMaster 3000 serenade your ears with its dulcet tones.
V2 features a plug design and longer wires for better maintenance.
Please note that the signal wire color is different on V1 and V2 buzzers. The V1 is blue and the V2 is white.
The buzzer in the wiring diagram below is the V1 No-plug version.
🔊 Key Product Highlights:
- Built-in driver circuit for hassle-free connection.
- Universal compatibility with a range of flight controllers.
- Pre-mapped in Betaflight, so you can skip the CLI and jump straight into action.
😫Tired of losing your drone in the great blue yonder? Fear not, because the BuzzMaster 3000 is here to save the day and your drone!
😃Imagine a world where you’ll never have to worry about your drone going rogue again. Our BuzzMaster 3000 comes with a built-in driver circuit, making it a breeze to connect to your flight controller. And don’t worry about the CLI – we’ve got you covered!
📢The BuzzMaster 3000 isn’t just a buzzer; it’s a symphony of sweet, sweet security. And with universal compatibility, it’s as easy to connect as it is to locate your drone when you’re out and about.
⌛So, what are you waiting for? Grab your TuneRC BuzzMaster 3000 today and never lose your drone again! Just follow our simple connection guide below:
🔌 Connection Guide:
FC 5V — Buzzer Red Wire (3V-5V)
FC GND — Buzzer Black Wire (GND)
FC BZ — Buzzer Blue Wire (Signal)
- For flight controllers like Poly F405 2S-4S AIO or those with “Buzzer+” and “Buzzer-” soldering pads, simply follow the wiring instructions provided. No need to fiddle with Betaflight!
- For EZ F411 AIO and other flight controllers without buzzer pads, follow our easy 3-step connection process:
- a. Solder the buzzer’s signal wire (blue) to any available port on the flight controller.
- b. In Betaflight, use the CLI to find the pin number corresponding to the port.
- c. Free the available port in the CLI, set the corresponding pin as the beeper, and save.