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ERM Cored Type Vibration Motor Roadmap
Eccentric rotating mass cored vibration motors are widely used in smart wearable devices, and its characteristics is low power consumption (low current), small dimension, easy to mount, and wrapped products that are easier to install. Easy to use in embedded electronics design & development.
The main competitor of ERM core vibration motor is coin type ERM vibration motor. The main feature of pancake vibration motor is simpler installation and low cost. Because of this feature, the development trend and expansion direction of SMT vibration motor are more diverse installation methods. , Such as FPC type, or embedded, use process automation, and optimize parts to reduce costs.
SMT means the surface-mount technology. SMT is a popular way to integrate various circuit devices, such as vibration motors. SMT vibration motor is basically the small ERM eccentric rotating mass vibration motor, usually use a super small cylindrical vibration motor, also called pager motor. It is widely used in wearable devices for vibration haptic feedback, if you’re starting to build a new handheld device for vibration feedback, you can try the following SMT vibration motor now!
Learn More About Small Vibration Motors
A vibration motor is an electrical device that creates motion by vibrating. The motion can be linear, rotary, or oscillatory. Vibration motors are used in a variety of applications, including cell phones, video game controllers, and medical devices.
How do vibration motors work?
Vibration motors have an unbalanced weight on the end of a rotating shaft. As the shaft rotates, the weight creates a centrifugal force that causes the shaft to vibrate. The frequency of the vibration is determined by the speed of the shaft.
Vibration motors are typically classified by the type of motion they create. Linear vibration motors create a linear (back-and-forth) motion, while rotary vibration motors create a rotary (circular) motion. Oscillating vibration motors create a side-to-side motion.
What are some applications of vibration motors?
Vibration motors are used in a variety of applications, including cell phones, video game controllers, and medical devices. Cell phones use vibration motors to provide haptic feedback, or the sensation of touch. When a user presses a button on a cell phone, the phone vibrates to give a haptic feedback.