NFP-C1234 Coin Electrical Vibration Motor Apply To Gloves

Coin vibration motors are compact, flat, and lightweight, making them ideal for integration into wearable devices like gloves. In gloves designed to assist people with Parkinson’s disease or similar motor disorders. Vibration is used as an indicator rather than a realistic sensation of touch, that is, the user does not think that they are actually touching an object, but the stimulation acts as a cue that they can act upon. The vibration of these motors can provide haptic feedback (sensory feedback) to users, which may help improve fine motor skills or compensate for a lack of sensation.

Coin motors are usually very small and can easily fit into the fabric of a glove without adding much bulk or weight, maintaining comfort for the Parkinson’s disease.

The intensity and frequency of vibrations can often be adjusted to cater to individual vibration needs, either through an associated app or a built-in control mechanism in the glove.

Some users have reported reduced muscle stiffness when using vibration therapy, although this is still an area of ongoing research.



All Ten Fingers Of Vibrating Gloves Use Micro Vibrator Motor

It is commonly accepted that one stimulator per fingertip is sufficient.

Tremelo is also a device designed to reduce hand tremors caused by Parkinson’s disease or other movement disorders. The glove contains a vibro-tactile stimulator on the dorsum (top) of each finger and the palm. 

This device usually utilizes some kind of vibration mechanism to achieve its purpose–haptic feedback vibration. Each stimulator can be individually addressed to vary the vibration. Vibrations are often generated by electric motors, especially in portable and wearable devices.

These motors can be disc-shaped electric motors (also called coin motors), eccentric rotor motors, or other small electric motors. These motors produce vibrations by rotating or vibrating, which may help reduce the effects of tremors or other movement disorders.



Miniature Vibrator Assists In Obtaining Stable Hands

Vibrating gloves have been preliminarily proven to safely reduce arm shaking and improve motor skills for people with hand tremors. Simply, the wearable sleeve uses a built-in small mass that shakes back and forth against the tremor motion. It allowed users to perform daily tasks with more stable arms and confidence.



Small Vibrating Motor NFP-C1234 Provide Vibro-tactile Stimulation

Welding motor please consider:

Use Proper Welding Techniques: Depending on the material of the motor casing, use a welding method that minimizes heat distribution and warping. Welding methods like TIG (Tungsten Inert Gas) or MIG (Metal Inert Gas) could be more controlled

Cooling: Use cooling methods like a wet rag or specialized cooling gel to dissipate heat quickly from the welded area, thus reducing the chances of heat affecting sensitive components.



Coin Type Vibration Motor Model NFP-C1234

On the other hand, coin motors usually operate on low power, making them suitable for applications where battery life is a concern, like wearable technology.

In gloves designed for virtual reality or gaming, coin motors can be used to provide haptic feedback to increase immersion. Enjoy your application with this 3.4mm thickness coin vibrating motor, making it a completely problem-free alternative to motors.

Motor Model NFP-C1234 wire length type
Motor Diameter 12.0mm ± 0.1mm
Motor Thickness 3.4mm ± 0.1mm
Rated Voltage 3.0V DC
Operating Voltage 2.3V – 4.0V DC
Rated Speed 11,000 ± 2,500rpm
Rated Current 80mA max
Rotation Direction CW (clockwise) or CCW (Contrary clockwise)
Operating Environment -20~+60°C,Ordinary Humidity
Storage Environment -30~+70°C,Ordinary Humidity
Nominal Amplitude Vibe Force 1.65G
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