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Part Number: DRV2605L
I am having problems with sequencer. It seems it only plays first three samples and then stops, or if there is pause between effects, they are incorrectly played.
Motors are ERM from precision microdrives, driven in open loop. I was testing all haptic libraries, but with the same result.
Data sniffer on I2C shows that I am sending correct sequence.
What am I missing?
Thank you in advance!
Regards,Kelly GriffinApplication Engineer
In reply to Kelly Griffin:
Hi Kelly, No, it is not on haptic control console. We have built pcb with processor and drv2605l for our device. Best regards
In reply to Sasa Milovanovic74:
If it is of any help, this is what I'm sending over I2C:
Basically sequence is Strong click 100%, then three times pause of 320ms, and again Strong click 100%.
What I'm getting is:
I'm getting one click that, I guess, looks like strong click, and three short clicks after, where pause should be.
Thank you in advance for any suggestion.
I'm using internal trigger via I2C by sending 0x01 to 0x0C register.
I have tried playing only one effect, or only "pause" effect. It seems as every effect or pause are appended with short buzz.
Even efect such as "smooth hum" have rather hard short buzz on the end.
I'm pretty much stuck :(
I am sorry for the delay, we had some busy week behind us.
I was testing status register of drv2605l, and this is what is going on:
After auto calibration in closed loop ERM mode, auto calibration passes successfully, but after playing haptic effect, status bit 3 (diag result) returns to 1 suggesting something is wrong. Over_temp or oc_detect bits are 0; device_id correctly returns 7 (drv2605l).
Other thing that bothers me is why is sequencer playing only 4 effects even when I send more than 4 effects?
And why is it sending anything to motors when there is pause in sequencer?
Thank you in advance.
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