We are delighted to announce that our new revision of the Haptic Feedback Evaluation Kit is now available! Some of the first units have already been shipped to those who signed up for our release email list, we now have more batches arriving and available for sale through our product catalogue or by purchase order.
You can order the kit, download the datasheet, and see pricing on the M20-200 product page. If you need a formal quotation for a PO, please contact us here or email your PO directly to [email protected].
The Haptic Feedback Evaluation Kit is the best tool to introduce new users to haptics and acts as a development platform for prototyping, including easy access to software and connection of external hardware:
- Based on the DRV2605L haptic driver from Texas Instruments, with 123 haptic effects in 6 different libraries
- Includes 3 different ERMs and an LRA in the haptic grip
- External actuators can be connected via screw terminal or Molex header
- Input sensors, additional ICs, and other components are connected through stackable pin headers
- Controlled by the Arduino UNO R3 and Atmel ATmega328P, with simple open-source software for easy porting to final products
- Lots of additional resources and help from Precision Microdrives
If you’re interested in more details (including a PDF download you can share with others who might be interested) then the best place to visit is our Overview and Features section here.
We have also updated our supporting content in the Haptic Feedback section of our website, including the new user manual and updated resources. The old Rev1 content is still available, whilst we work on new tutorials and example applications for the new Rev2 kit you might still find a lot of the concepts and explanations useful!
The kit is also available to purchase directly through our product catalogue.