Haptic / Tactile feedback (or haptics) is the use of advanced vibration patterns and waveforms to convey information to a user or operator. The word ‘haptics’ is derived from the Greek phrase ‘Itouch’. Many products are designed to communicate with their users.
Historically these have been audible and visual alerts, such as LEDs, beeps, bells, amongst others.
Haptic feedback, and it’s simpler relative ‘vibration alerting’, are in increasing demand to augment or
replace the old alert methods.
Haptics uses a vibrating component (sometimes called actuator) such as a vibration motor or a linear
resonant actuator which is driven by an electronic circuit.
It is common for a microcontroller to decide when to vibrate and with which pattern, and for a dedicated Haptic driver chip to control the actuator.
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16mm X 5.8mm Round Speaker, 1W, 8 Ohms
6mm X 19mm Vibration Motor, 2.35 Vrms, 190Hz, ≥0.9 Grms@100g
8mm Dia X 2.7mm Vibration Motor, 3VDC
BHS16-11P-08H5.8W30, 16×5.8 mm, 8 Ohm, .5W, 500Hz Frequency
BHS2612-11S-08H06, 26x12x6 (mm), 8 Ohm, Rated 1W, 500 Hz Frequency
BHS2616-11-08H5.4 16mm x 26mm, 8ohm Rated power, .5W,Freq. 260Hz
BTD26-12-08H9, 26mm Dia., 8 Ohm, 2W, 550 Hz Frequency
BTD44-12-03H20.1, 44mm Dia., 10W, 250Hz Frequency, 2.6 Ohm