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Parameters

Haptic actuator type Solenoid Features Enable Input signal Analog Vs (Min) (V) 4.5 Vs (Max) (V) 26 Vout (Max) (V p-p) 11.85 Iq (Typ) (mA) 20 Shutdown current (Typ) (uA) 35 Startup time (ms) 10 Operating temperature range (C) -40 to 125 open-in-new Find other Haptic motor drivers

Package | Pins | Size

HTSSOP (DAP) 32 68 mm² 11 x 6.1 open-in-new Find other Haptic motor drivers

Features

  • Wide Operating Voltage (4.5 V – 26 V)
  • Capable of handling voltage of 30 V
  • High Current Drive (8 A Peak)
  • Low RDS(on), Full H-Bridge Output
  • Integrated Fault Protection
    • Short-Circuit Protection
    • Over-temperature Protection
    • Over-Voltage and Under-Voltage Protection
    • Fault Reporting
  • Analog Input
  • Dedicated Interrupt Pin
  • AEC-Q100 Qualified with the Following Results:
    • Device Temperature Grade 1: –40°C to 125°C
      Ambient Operating Temperature Range
    • Device HBM ESD Classification Level H2
    • Device CDM ESD Classification Level C4B
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Description

The DRV2511-Q1 device is a high current haptic driver specifically designed for inductive loads, such as solenoids and voice coils.

The output stage consists of a full H-bridge capable of delivering 8 A of peak current.

The DRV2511-Q1 device provides protection functions such as undervoltage lockout, over-current protection and over-temperature protection.

The DRV2511-Q1 device is automotive qualified.

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Technical documentation

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* Datasheet DRV2511-Q1 8-A Automotive Haptic Driver for Solenoids and Voice Coils datasheet (Rev. A) Jul. 22, 2016
User guides Haptic Control Console GUI (Rev. A) Jun. 04, 2018
Technical articles Four tech trends that improve the driver experience Jan. 06, 2017

Design & development

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Hardware development

EVALUATION BOARDS Download
document-generic User guide
$149.00
Description
The DRV52511-Q1 evaluation module (EVM) allows a designer to driver to assess the device alone or connected to target actuators such as a solenoid to easily and quickly evaluate performance of the driver or the actuator in use conditions.
Features
  • High output current capable of 8A peak
  • Integrated fault protect modes
  • Analog input
  • Wide operating voltage range of 4.5 V – 18V

Software development

APPLICATION SOFTWARE & FRAMEWORKS Download
Haptics Control Console Software
HAPTICS-CONSOLE Haptic Control Console is an evaluation and development suite for TI Haptic Drivers.  Haptic Control console supports the evaluation of TI haptic drivers and 3rd party haptic actuators for developing advanced tactile feedback.

Simply connect TI Haptic Driver evaluation modules (EVM) to Haptic Control (...)

Features
  • Supports evaluation of haptic actuators including ERM, LRA, and Piezo actuators.
  • Includes device management features including a quick setup console, complete register map access, and RAM management.
  • Works with TI evaluation boards or can be connected directly to TI haptic drivers on custom boards.
  • USB (...)

Design tools & simulation

SIMULATION MODELS Download
SLOM423.TSC (39 KB) - TINA-TI Reference Design
SIMULATION MODELS Download
SLOM424.ZIP (39 KB) - TINA-TI Spice Model

CAD/CAE symbols

Package Pins Download
HTSSOP (DAP) 32 View options

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