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For a classroom experiment, I am looking for an electronic device/kit that can be programed to beep at continuous random intervals within a set time parameter. The specifications of this device/kit should include: - a moderate decible beep (loud enough to be heard over talking students in a classroom) - adjustable programing to change time parameters easily up to 30 mins thereby changing the mode of beeps (i.e., day 1- random continuous beeps between 0 to 5 mins, mode=2.5 mins, day 2- 2 to 8 mins, mode= 5 mins, etc.) Does this exist in a kit form or does this device exist? I've scoured the web and found only one similar item (using an ear plug instead of a speaker for beep for $300!). Any info would be greatly appreciated. Thanks Mark
Re: HELP: Do electronic programable random beepers exist?
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