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How does a bite alarm work, and what are its main components?

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Bite alarms consist of key components such as a sensor or detection mechanism, an audible or visual indicator, and a power source. Specifically, in the case of bite alarms with a vibration-type function, the sensor is designed to detect vibrations caused by fish bites or other movements in the water. Once a bite is detected, the sensor triggers the indicator, which could be an audible sound or a visual cue, alerting the angler to take action. You can pair bite alarms come with a receiver allowing the angler to receive alerts wirelessly, further enhancing their fishing experience and convenience.