Cylindrical Vibration Motor

Cylindrical vibration motor can be solder wire lead; PCB bracket; PCB through-hole mouted; compression spring contact; SMD reflow; light bulb style rear contact; with rubber gasket…


Cylindrical Vibration Motor

Know More About Cylindrical Vibration Motors

A cylindrical vibration motor is a type of electric motor that uses vibrational energy to create linear or rotational motion. The motor consists of a cylindrical stator and a moving mass, typically a small weight or rotor, that is attached to the stator via a set of springs. When the stator is energized, the moving mass begins to vibrate and this vibration is transferred to the attached object, causing it to move.

There are two main types of cylindrical vibration motors: linear and rotational. Linear motors create vibrational energy that is transferred to the attached object in a linear (back-and-forth) motion. Rotational motors, on the other hand, create vibrational energy that is transferred to the attached object in a circular or rotational motion. Cylindrical vibration motor is ERM (eccentric rotating mass) type, usually called pager motor as used in pagers in early, then applied to the phones to get haptic feedback.


Micro ERM Vibration Motors

High-quality ERM Vibration Motor Applications

Micro ERM (Eccentric Rotating Mass) vibration motors are miniature-sized devices that offer precise and controlled vibrations. Despite their small form factor, these motors find extensive applications in various industries. They are commonly used in mobile phones, wearables, medical devices, and haptic feedback systems. Micro ERM vibration motors provide tactile feedback, enhance user experiences, and enable precise control in devices where space is limited.