(ACTIVE) Haptic Driver for ERM/LRA with Built-In Library and Smart Loop Architecture

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Free Samples Buy from Authorized Distributors Part # Status Temp (oC) Price | QTY Package | Pins Device Marking Package QTY | Carrier Distributor Inventory TI 1k Lead Time
DRV2605YZFR ACTIVE -40 to 85 1.60 | 1ku DSBGA (YZF) | 9 View 3000 | LARGE T&R >5K 1k quantity lead time: In stock
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DRV2605YZFT ACTIVE -40 to 85 1.84 | 1ku DSBGA (YZF) | 9 View 250 | SMALL T&R 1K - 5K Typical lead time for 1k quantity: 4 to 8 weeks

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Technical Documents

Datasheet (1)

Application Notes (2)

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PDF 1417 15 Oct 2013 1,412
PDF 1310 24 May 2004 14,407

User Guides (1)

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PDF 1505 28 Mar 2014 2,040

Selection & Solution Guides (3)

Title Type Size (KB) Date Views
PDF 257 08 Apr 2013 1,916
PDF 11357 19 Jun 2013 6,567
PDF 290 08 Jan 2013 5,005

More Literature (3)

Title Type Size (KB) Date Views
PDF 477 16 Sep 2013 1,250
PDF 432 08 Jan 2013 1,130
PDF 1856 18 Dec 2012 1,856

Tools & Software

Design Kits & Evaluation Modules (1)

Name Part# Type
DRV2605EVM-CT ERM/LRA Haptic Driver Evaluation DRV2605EVM-CT Evaluation Modules & Boards

Software (1)

DRV2605 API Software (Rev. A) 
(ZIP 1106 KB )    980 views, 18 Dec 2012  

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