Linear Resonant Actuator

Z-Axis and X-Axis LRA (Linear Resonant Actuator) – Linear Vibration Motor creates vibration and haptic feedback in Z-direction & X-direction, and offers high reliability and long lifetime.


Linear Resonant Actuator

Short Introduction Of LRA Linear Vibration Motors

A linear resonant actuator (LRA) is a type of electric motor that converts electrical energy into linear motion. The LRA consists of a coil of wire that is wrapped around a permanent magnet. When an electrical current is passed through the coil, it creates a magnetic field that interacts with the magnetic field of the permanent magnet. This interaction creates a force that causes the coil to vibrate. The frequency of the vibration is determined by the frequency of the electrical current.

X-axis linear vibration motor or z-axis linear resonance actuator has a number of advantages over other types of electric motors. They are compact, lightweight, and have a high power density. Linear vibration motors are also relatively simple to control, and can generate a wide range of frequencies, learn more.

LRAs are a good choice for applications where linear motion is required. Contact us to get solutions if your projects need linear vibration motors.


X – Axis, Z – Axis Linear Vibration Motors

LRA – Linear Resonant Actuator Applications

Tiny linear vibration motors, also known as linear resonant actuators (LRAs), have a wide range of applications due to their compact size and precise control. These motors are commonly used in mobile devices such as smartphones and wearables to provide haptic feedback, enhancing user experience by simulating tactile sensations. LRAs can generate vibrations with high precision and low power consumption, making them suitable for applications requiring delicate and subtle vibrations.