Low-Power, High-Definition Haptic Drivers: the Buzz in Next Generation Human-Machine Interfaces
Dialog Semiconductor’s DA728x family High-Definition (HD) Haptic Driver provides drive capability at up to 1kHz to cover the broad range of human touch sensitivity. With market-leading idle current consumption (360nA), Linear Resonant Actuator (LRA) resonant frequency tracking capability, and low latency for tact button replacement applications, the DA728x family creates a buzz in smartphones, gaming platforms, wearables, and similar systems.
Powering the Next Generation of Haptic Experiences
Haptic actuators and motors are diversifying at a rapid pace. Gone are the days of simple coin-cell type LRA motors and small ERM (Eccentric Rotating Mass) pager motors. Today’s haptic actuators offer different experiences for different markets. Whether it’s a small pancake LRA for a smart-watch or a large, or a multi-directional, LRA for gaming controllers, Dialog’s patented current drive outputs support all of these motors with up to 500mA of current.
Standalone Haptic Driver Portfolio
|DA7280||Low Power LRA/ERM Haptic Driver||Smartphones, Gaming, Wearables, Automotive, Personal Medical, Touch Displays, Industrial Human-Machine Interfaces|
|DA7281||Low-power, high-definition haptic driver for multi-driver systems||Smartphone, Gaming, Wearables, Portable computing systems, Computing – all-in-ones (display), Notebook PC, Any display driven consumer product, Automotive, Industrial, Medical|
|DA7282||Ultra-low standby current, high-definition haptic driver for wearables and related systems||Smartphone, Gaming, Wearables, Portable computing systems, Computing – all-in-ones (display), Notebook PC, Any display driven consumer product, Automotive, Industrial, Medical|
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