Haptic motor drivers

Produce crisp, powerful vibration effects for any touch interface application

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Haptics vibration effects bring another touch to user interfaces in place of conventional buttons. Our haptics motor drivers use closed-loop, auto-resonance tracking algorithms to maximize performance and minimize power consumption when driving linear resonant actuators (LRAs) and eccentric rotating masses (ERMs). Preprogrammed waveform libraries and auto-calibration features make it simple to add haptics effects to any user interface.

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ERM & LRA drivers

Generate crisp haptic effects with our LRA and ERM actuators which include features such as auto-resonance detection and auto-overdrive and braking .

Solenoid drivers

Get compelling, reliable vibration feedback anywhere in the car with our AEC-Q100 automotive-qualified solenoid haptic drivers.

Design & development resources

Evaluation board
DRV2625 Evaluation Board with Bluetooth and Capacitive Touch

The DRV2625 haptic driver supports a wide range of linear resonant actuators (LRAs) and eccentric rotating mass motors (ERMs). The DRV2625 has many features to eliminate the design complexities of haptic motor control including reduced solution size, improved output drive efficiency, closed-loop (...)

Evaluation board
Haptic accelerometer measurement tool
The DRV-ACC16-EVM evaluation module (EVM) lets you easily measure and characterize haptic feedback, acceleration and vibration strength. The EVM captures acceleration using an accelerometer IC and outputs X, Y and Z axis data as an analog signal that can be measured by an oscilloscope. With the (...)
Application software & framework
Haptics Control Console Software

The Haptic Control Console software is an evaluation and development suite for TI's haptic drivers. The Haptic Control Console software supports the evaluation of our haptic drivers and third-party haptic actuators to develop advanced tactile feedback.

To get started, simply connect an evaluation (...)

Technical resources

User guide
User guide
Haptic Control Console GUI (Rev. B)
Our user guide describes the operation of the Haptic Control Console software (HCC), an evaluation that supports the evaluation of haptic drivers and third-party haptic actuators for development.
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Application note
Application note
Haptic Energy Consumption (Rev. A)
Many electronic products must interact with the user or operator to communicate. This application note introduces three types of actuator technologies, explains how to measure energy consumption and compares each type of actuator.
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Application note
Application note
Benefits of Auto-Resonance Tracking (Rev. A)
This application note discusses the benefits of auto-resonance tracking in the DRV2605 and DRV2625 including vibration strength, response time and efficiency. 
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