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Haptic driver from Fairchild boasts better UI

Posted: 25 Feb 2013 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:haptic driver? touch screen? eccentric rotating mass?

Fairchild Semiconductor has announced a haptic driver to help designers overcome the challenges slow response times and large battery drains for today's touch-enabled consumer electronics. According to the company, the FAH4830 also enhances the end-user experience through excellent recognition and a user-friendly interface.

The FAH4830 haptic driver provides a touch sensation when a user interacts with a touch screen. The sensory interaction between the user and mobile devicesuch as tablets, PCs, medical devices, video games systems and smartphonescreates a more local effect and assures the user of a correct "point-of-touch" on the screen.

Offering direct driving capability of eccentric rotating mass (ERM) motors and linear resonant actuators (LRA), the FAH4830 driver enables a vibrating sensation on point-of-contact. The typical driver wake-up time of the device is Available in a 10L MLP, 3 x 3 x 0.8mm package, FAH4830 haptic driver is priced at $1.10 per 1,000 pieces. Samples are available upon request. Delivery is about 8-12 weeks.

Datasheet: FAH4830

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