The DRV2605 joins the DRV2604 ERM/LRA haptic driver, which shares the same core and industry-leading performance and power-saving features, minus the audio-to-haptics mode and Immersion haptic effects library.
Tools and support
Evaluation modules (EVMs) are available for the
, each for a suggested retail price of
. The EVMs are supplied with user guides and include a fully programmable
Value Line microcontroller, sample haptic effects and capacitive touch buttons, as well as analog, I
C and PWM digital interfaces for complete standalone and in-system evaluation. The DRV2605 includes an API
for the Immersion haptic effects library.
Technical support is available on the
Forum in the TI E2E
Community, where engineers can ask questions and get answers from TI experts.
Availability and pricing
is available today in a 9-ball, 1.5-mm by 1.5-mm by 0.6-mm WCSP package for a suggested retail price of
in 1,000-unit quantities. The
is also available for a suggested retail price of
in 1,000-unit quantities.
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