i2c based Piezo haptic vibrator driverDesigned by Fyber Labs Inc., Ships from United States of America
Now in easy to buy packs with i2c multiplexing: Checkout the Piezo Haptic Pack. Demo and example software is available at Instructables and Github thanks to @yurikleb. We will be producing our own...Read More…
Checkout the Piezo Haptic Pack.
This is an i2c based driver utilizing the TI DRV2667. Fyber Labs has designed this to work with Samsung's Piezo Haptic or many other Piezo devices. We optionally include a Samsung's Piezo Haptic with this board.
Piezo haptics are a new concept in vibration devices. They produce vibration through moving a Piezo ribbon at high voltage.
Piezo haptics provide unique and new haptic experiences versus traditional vibration devices. We have designed the Flex Module to safely drive up to 200V Piezo devices.
Designed, fabricated, and shipped from the US.
Noah | Sept. 28, 2017
Yuri | Dec. 5, 2015
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