Active and passive buzzer

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Active and passive buzzers are used to make sound for electronics. An active buzzer just needs to be supplied a DC power and it does the rest to provide a tone, whereas a passive buzzer needs to be provided a changing voltage, such as a square wave, to produce sound.

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