With modules as thin as 1.8 mm, crisp and solid haptic feedback, and hardware that enables new design form factors, no surprise piezo haptics are well on their way to disrupt legacy trackpad technologies.
Learn more on the BOS1901 piezo driver, the product behind the piezo haptic trackpad revolution.
Powered by CapDrive
The BOS1901 piezo haptic driver uses the state-of-the-art CapDrive technology circuit architecture that translates into piezo haptic trackpads with the industry's lowest power consumption, built-in force sensing, and fast start time.
|Characteristics||Traditional Click Pad||Leading LRA Trackpad||Piezo Trackpad|
|Thickness (Touch + Haptics)||4 mm||3 mm||<2.8mm|
|Haptic Feedback||No||Yes - LRA (narrow bandwidth)||Yes - Piezo Actuator (wide bandwidth)|
|Force Sensing||N/A||Yes - With additional sensing hardware||Yes - With same Piezo Actuator|
|Response Time||> 50 ms||> 20 ms||< 5 ms|
|Power Consumption||N/A||60 mW||5 mW|
|Weight||45 g||65 g||35 g|
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