Our latest Application Bulletin provides a quick reference for comparing different types of vibration actuators. We’ve included brushed ERMs, BLDC ERMs, and linear resonant actuators, discussing their most important differences.
From driving techniques to vibration direction, or form factors to mounting advice. It draws from lots of our existing content, but houses it in a single place and emphasises the design decisions that set each type apart. All the differences are summarised in an easy access table at the start, but we also discuss each section in further detail to explain the trade-offs for each motor type.
So if you have a new design or project on the horizon, use this reference as a quick refresher – or bookmark it to for discussion with your colleagues! Follow the link below to access our newest AB: