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When selecting our haptics drivers products, it is important to compare which features are supported by the devices and which of them are required for the end application. Here there are some useful questions that may help for the device selection:
- Which type of actuator is required?- Which range of output frequency and voltage the device are needed?- Do I need predefined haptics effects?- Do I need to control the device through I2C?- What package type do I need?
In order to simplify the haptics driver selection, here it is an useful table to compare the most popular of our haptics devices that support LRA and ERM loads.
I hope this helps you!
For additional information about the haptics drivers portfolio, please take a look at the link below:
In addition, here there are some technical documents for the different haptics drivers families:
For additional help, you may contact the haptics drivers experts in our E2E Forum:
Our team will provide assistance in a timely manner.
Best regards,Luis Fernando Rodríguez S.
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