|DRV2605L-Q1||Automotive Haptic Driver for LRA and ERM with Effect Library and Smart-Loop Architecture|
|DRV2605L-Q1 Datasheet PDF : 67 Pages |
SLOS874A – OCTOBER 2015 – REVISED OCTOBER 2015
7.5.7 Waveform Playback Programming
220.127.116.11 Data Formats for Waveform Playback
The DRV2605L-Q1 smart-loop architecture has three modes of operation. Each of these modes can drive either
ERM or LRA devices.
1. Open-loop mode
2. Closed-loop mode (unidirectional)
3. Closed-loop mode (bidirectional)
Each mode has different advantages and disadvantages. The DRV2605L-Q1 device brings new cutting-edge
actuator control with closed-loop operation around the back-EMF for automatic overdrive and braking. However,
some existing haptic implementations already include overdrive and braking that are embedded in the waveform
data. Open-loop mode is used to preserve compatibility with such systems.
The following sections show how the input data for each DRV2605L-Q1 interface is translated to the output drive
18.104.22.168.1 Open-Loop Mode
In open-loop mode, the reference level for full-scale drive is set by the OD_CLAMP[7:0] bit in Register 0x17. A
mid-scale input value gives no drive signal, and a less-than mid-scale gives a negative drive value. For an ERM,
a negative drive value results in counter-rotation, or braking. For an LRA, a negative drive value results in a 180-
degree phase shift in commutation.
The RTP mode has 8 bits of resolution over the I2C bus. The RTP data can either be in a signed (2s
complement) or unsigned format as defined by the DATA_FORMAT_RTP bit.
ERM_OPEN_LOOP = 1 OR LRA_OPEN_LOOP = 1
RTP (8-bit) DATA_FORMAT_RTP = 0 0x81
RTP (8-bit) DATA_FORMAT_RTP = 1 0x00
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