An electrical device, similar to a bell, that makes a buzzing noise and is used for signaling
doorbell: a push button at an outer door that gives a ringing or buzzing signal when pushed
a signaling device that makes a buzzing sound
A buzzer or beeper is an audio signaling device, which may be mechanical, electromechanical, or electronic. Typical uses of buzzers and beepers include alarms, timers and confirmation of user input such as a mouse click or keystroke.
Buzzer is a fictional character from the toyline, comic books and cartoon series of the 1980s. He is affiliated with Cobra as one of the Dreadnoks and debuted in 1985.
Neopets (originally NeoPets) is a virtual pet website launched by Adam Powell and Donna Williams on 15 November 1999. Two years after the web site was launched, Adam Powell and Donna Williams sold a majority share to a consortium of investors led by Doug Dohring. ...
A buzzer (buzz, bullroarer, button-on-a-string), is an ancient mechanical device used for ceremonial purposes and as a toy. It is constructed by centering an object at the midpoint of a cord or thong and winding the cord while holding the ends stationary. ...
UVB-76 (sometimes referred to as UZB-76) is the call sign of a shortwave radio station that usually broadcasts on the frequency 4625 kHz (AM suppressed lower sideband). It is known among radio listeners by the nickname The Buzzer. ...
(Buzzers) Electronic bite indication alarms used mainly by carp fishermen
An instrument which creates a buzzing noise.
Additional acoustic status messages can be activated for flash readiness, flash exposure control as well as warning tones.
An electrical mechanism that produces an intermittent current and an audible buzzing sound, or series of sounds, when a call or signals are received.
A battery-powered vibrator used to startle a horse and cause it to run faster; an illegal device.
A handheld device similar to a cattle prod that can be hidden inside a jockeys whip or equipment. Basically a way for the jockey to try and cheat by jolting his mount.
This is a signal that starts the race and tells the bobsled team they can start their run.
Tachometer rpm limit warning device used briefly in 1963; or, the similar speedometer warning device optional in 1967-1969.
One of the first three Dreadnoks. Arrogant and intelligent, he is usually the leader by default when none of Zartan's family is around. He uses a chainsaw as a weapon and is identifiable by his blonde pony tail.
(Richard Blinken-Smythe, a.k.a. Dick Blinken) - A former left-wing Cambridge sociologist
The scientific name for buzzers is Chironomidae but they are better known as midges!