Small Vibration Motor Used In Lumen Glasses

Lumen creates assistive systems for the visually impaired, using the latest technologies in artificial intelligence, autonomous driving, and robotics, allow the reproduction of the main characteristics of a guide dog, using elements such as artificial intelligence and robotics.

The lumen glasses mimic the premiere features of a guide dog, in a different format:
⚙️ In contextually understands and maps the world, the surrounding environment and how objects move and interact.
⚙️ It computes ways in which the user can interact with the world.
⚙️ Finally, it offers the relevant information to its user using haptic and auditory feedback.


Lumen blind glasses are a type of wearable technology that use a linear vibration motor NFP-ELV0832B to create a unique and innovative solution for those with visual impairments. The glasses feature a built-in linear vibration motor that provides gentle, discreet and customizable vibrations to guide users to their desired destination. The motor creates subtle vibrations on the frame of the glasses, which can be used to help users navigate around obstacles, find their way to a specific location, or simply provide information about their surroundings. The glasses can be connected to a smartphone or other device through Bluetooth, which allows users to customize the vibration patterns to their needs and preferences. Overall, Lumen blind glasses offer a modern, high-tech solution for individuals who are blind or visually impaired, allowing them to live an independent and active life.


Linear vibration motor, also known as a linear resonant actuator, is a type of vibration motor that creates linear vibration or linear motion. These motors are often used in wearable devices, to provide tactile feedback to the user. The lra motor consists of a magnetic core that is surrounded by a coil of wire. When an electrical current is passed through the coil, it creates a magnetic field that interacts with the magnetic core to produce linear vibration. The vibration can be controlled by adjusting the frequency and amplitude of the electrical current. These motors are small in size, lightweight, and efficient, making them ideal for use in portable and wearable devices like blind glasses, smartwatches, and fitness trackers.


Compact Size Tiny Vibration Motor Date Sheet

Model NFP-ELV0832B 205Hz Type
Diameter 8 ± 0.1 mm
Thickness 3.25 ± 0.05 mm
Rated Current Max. 90 mArms
Vibration Acceleration 1.2-1.5 Grms
Operating Frequency 205 ± 5 Hz/ 235 ± 5 Hz
Rising Time Max. 50 msec, From 0 to 50%
Falling Time Max. 80 msec; From 100% to 50%
Mechanical Noise Max. 50 dB(A); 10cm distance from microphone
Life Test 200,000cycle, on – 2sec / off – 1sec.


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