16 Channel Eccentric Rotating Mass (ERM) Haptic Flex ModuleDesigned by Fyber Labs Inc., Ships from United States of America
Now in easy to buy packs: Checkout the ERM Haptic Pack. What is it? This is the PCA9685 LED driver that is configured to produce a 10mA forward current on all 16 channels. The 16 channels can feed...Read More…
Checkout the ERM Haptic Pack.
This is the PCA9685 LED driver that is configured to produce a 10mA forward current on all 16 channels. The 16 channels can feed to 8 channel Darlington arrays like the ULN2803A that provides up to 100mA per channel. There are 4096 PWM levels out that translate into 0-5V(max power in) voltage levels for the ERM motor. This is an update to the PCA9685 16CH LED/Motor Driver Flex Module. It improves address-ability with 6 solder bridges and the QFN packaging which theoretically allows for driving up to 1024 motors with 64 of these Flex Modules.
To power LEDs you need ULN2803A Darlington Arrays.
We have developed several wearable haptic concepts utilizing this Flex Module paired with Darlington arrays. It can drive a wide range of vibrator arrays.
16 to 1024 vibrating motors per i2c...
Designed, fabricated, and shipped from the US.
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