EVM for Piezo Haptic Driver with Boost, Digital Front End, and Internal Waveform Memory

(ACTIVE) DRV2667EVM-CT

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Description

The DRV2667 is a digitally controlled, high-voltage driver designed to control Piezo actuators with voltages between 40 Vpp and 200 Vpp. The DRV2667 eliminates many design complexities of driving Piezo by including an integrated 105V boost converter and 200-Vpp differential output amplifier. In addition, the digital control interface ( I2C™) includes real-time waveform playback, a waveform generator, and embedded RAM for waveform storage.

The DRV2667EVM-CT Evaluation Module (EVM) kit is a complete demonstration and evaluation platform for the DRV2667. The kit includes a microcontroller, Piezo actuator, sample waveforms and capacitive touch buttons which can be used to completely demonstrate and evaluate the DRV2667.

Features
  • Integrated Digital Front-End (I2C)
  • Integrated Boost Converter (105V) with up to 200Vpp Output
  • Piezo Actuator
  • Capacitive Touch Buttons
  • Programmable MSP430


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    DRV2667EVM-CT:
    DRV2667EVM-CT Piezo Haptic Driver with Boost, Digital Front End, and Internal Waveform Memory EVM

    $99.00(USD)




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    Technical Documents
    Application notes (2)
    Title Abstract Type Size (KB) Date Views
    PDF 687 05 Sep 2014 435
    PDF 1268 04 Jun 2014 284
    User guides (3)
    Title Abstract Type Size (KB) Date Views
    PDF 913 17 Nov 2017 1,001
    ZIP 209 21 Aug 2014 340
    PDF 916 28 Jun 2013 486

    Software (3)


    TI Devices (1)

    Part Number Name Product Family
    DRV2667  Piezo Haptic Driver with Boost, Digital Front End, and Internal Waveform Memory  Actuator Drivers 

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