Part Number: DRV2605 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: DRV2625 Hello.
I have a question about the difference between DRV2625 and DRV2605. I would like to output the waveform of the internal library to the LRA device in open loop using I2C.
Is there any…
Part Number: DRV2625 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: DRV2605 , , DRV2605L Hi Team,
The customer is going to replace DRV2625 with DRV2605. They compared the register sets between DRV2625 and DRV2605, the below register and feature are used in DRV2625,…
Part Number: DRV2625 Below you can find the basic application reference design for parts from the DRV260x and DRV262x Families
The only difference in reference design being that supply rails for the DRV262x series of parts has a range of 2.7V - 5.5V…
Part Number: DRV2625 Dear Sir/Ms.
My customer designed DRV2625 on their wearable device, and it is now in trial production. One question they have is that DRV2625 needs to be calibrated during production?
Currently my customer application is used in RTP…
Part Number: DRV2625 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TCA9548A , TCA9554 The DRV262x and DRV260x devices has a TI haptic broadcast mode where it will make the device respond to the slave address 0x58 (7-bit) or 1011000 in binary. This mode is useful in…
Part Number: DRV2625 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: DRV2605L , Hi Team,
I would like to know the current consumption when active.
In DRV2605L, I(BAT_AV) is mentioned.
Please let me know the value under similar conditions.
The 0x2D register is unused. There is nothing you need to do with it.
The 0x2B are spare bits in the DRV2625. The ECO mode noted in the Control Console is actually a hold over from another device.
Part Number: DRV2625 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TEST Hi Team,
Are there any mechanical requirements to achieve optimal DRV2625 auto-calibration results? If so, do we have any recommendations on placement or securing of the device while performing…