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Subject [GitHub] jacobrosenthal commented on issue #757: HW driver: drv2605l
Date Thu, 01 Jan 1970 00:00:00 GMT
jacobrosenthal commented on issue #757: HW driver: drv2605l
URL: https://github.com/apache/mynewt-core/pull/757#issuecomment-361089441
 
 
   Merged that branch here.  Also just put everything in sensor creator so theres an obvious
example, we can just rebase that out if people dont like it
   For anyone here who might have a drv2605 and an LRA lying around, heres a starting point
and something that can be a tutorial soon:
   
       
   My syscfg. This is the hardest part as need to read the drv2605l datasheet or get a bunch
of numbers from your motor manufacturer so you can override your motors voltage and other
settings. 
   ```
       I2C_0: 1 #drv2605
       DRV2605_OFB: 1
       DRV2605_EN_PIN: 30
       DRV2605_CLI: 1
       DRV2605_LOG: 1
       DRV2605_STATS: 1
   
       #jinlong LVM061930 2.0v 2.35max 180hz
       DRV2605_RATED_VOLTAGE: 0x53 # See 8.5.2.1 Rated Voltage Programming
       DRV2605_OD_CLAMP: 0x69 # 8.5.2.2 Overdrive Voltage-Clamp Programming, Note: LRA and
ERM (8) and (9) equations are swapped in the "SLOS854C REVISED SEPTEMBER 2014" datasheet,
confirmed https://e2e.ti.com/support/other_analog/haptics/f/927/t/655886'
       DRV2605_DRIVE_TIME: 23 # 8.6.21 LRA DRIVE_TIME = (0.5 ? (1/fLRA * 1000) - 0.5 ms) /
 0.1 ms
   ```
   Ill use the sensors_test app, my target.yml:
   ```
   ### Target: targets/sensors-thingy
   target.app: "@apache-mynewt-core/apps/sensors_test"
   target.bsp: "@apache-mynewt-core/hw/bsp/nrf52-thingy"
   target.build_profile: "optimized"
   ```
   
   Add the driver in your target's pkg.yml, though note this is already done for the sensor_test
example
   ```
   pkg.deps:
     "@apache-mynewt-core/hw/drivers/drv2605"
   ```
   
   Run the app with perhaps `newt run sensors-thingy 0`
   
   Connect to your shell. I recommend first things first see if you can talk to device with
   ```
   053273 compat> drv2605 chip_id
   drv2605 chip_id
   118613 0x07
   ```
   next see if your motor numbers work (make sure your motor is secured to something, this
will fail otherwise)
   ```
   118613 compat> drv2605 op_mode diag
   drv2605 op_mode diag
   120858 op_mode succeeded
   ```
   If that didnt work or you didnt have good values overriden from before youll need to generate
them
   if you need to autocal your device you can do that from here too with autocal and no params
to get the default best guess
   ```
   001407 compat> drv2605 op_mode cal
   drv2605 op_mode cal
   001931 op_mode succeeded
   drv2605 dump_cal
   DRV2605_CALIBRATED_COMP: 0x09
   DRV2605_CALIBRATED_BEMF: 0x79
   DRV2605_CALIBRATED_BEMF_GAIN: 1
   ```
   now youd want to save these as overrides in your target's syscfg.yml and restart
   
   Now you're ready to (sigh) rumble
   
   Enable the rom mode to use the stored patterns:
   ```
   021773 compat> drv2605 op_mode rom
   drv2605 op_mode rom
   037245 op_mode succeeded
   ```
   
   Load some of the internal roms, 4 hard clicks (1) with max delays in between (255)
   ```
   120858 compat> drv2605 load 1 255 1 255 1 255 1 255
   drv2605 load 1 255 1 255 1 255 1 255
   122555 Load succeeded
   ```
   The motor is in standby by default so enable it
   ```
   002111 compat> drv2605 power_mode active
   drv2605 power_mode active
   003263 power_mode succeeded
   ```
   now you can trigger those forms, as many times as you want, or load new forms and trigger
again.
   ```
   122555 compat> drv2605 trigger
   drv2605 trigger
   128806 Trigger succeeded
   ```
   Its handy to dump the register contents as you're poking around to see if what you think
you did worked
   ```
   001931 compat> drv2605 dump_all
   drv2605 dump_all
   069774 reg 0x:00 = 0xE0
   069774 reg 0x:01 = 0x40
   069774 reg 0x:02 = 0x00
   069774 reg 0x:03 = 0x06
   069774 reg 0x:04 = 0x01
   069774 reg 0x:05 = 0xFF
   069774 reg 0x:06 = 0x01
   069774 reg 0x:07 = 0xFF
   069775 reg 0x:08 = 0x01
   069775 reg 0x:09 = 0xFF
   069775 reg 0x:0A = 0x01
   069775 reg 0x:0B = 0xFF
   069775 reg 0x:0C = 0x00
   069775 reg 0x:0D = 0x00
   069775 reg 0x:0E = 0x00
   069775 reg 0x:0F = 0x00
   069775 reg 0x:10 = 0x00
   069775 reg 0x:11 = 0x05
   069775 reg 0x:12 = 0x19
   069775 reg 0x:13 = 0xFF
   069775 reg 0x:14 = 0x19
   069775 reg 0x:15 = 0xFF
   069775 reg 0x:16 = 0x3E
   069775 reg 0x:17 = 0x89
   069775 reg 0x:18 = 0x2C
   069775 reg 0x:19 = 0x49
   069775 reg 0x:1A = 0xB7
   069775 reg 0x:1B = 0x93
   069775 reg 0x:1C = 0x2E
   069775 reg 0x:1D = 0x00
   069775 reg 0x:1E = 0x20
   069775 reg 0x:1F = 0x00
   069776 reg 0x:20 = 0x33
   069776 reg 0x:21 = 0x6F
   069776 reg 0x:22 = 0x3D
   069776 compat> 
   ```
   you can also peek and poke individual registers, ill manually take it out of standby
   ```
   074759 compat> drv2605 poke 1 0
   drv2605 poke 1 0
   083307 Wrote: 0x00 to 0x01
   083307 compat> drv2605 peek 1
   drv2605 peek 1
   083883 Value: 0x00
   ```

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