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Topic: .2 n/m and an electric brake (Read 627 times) previous topic - next topic

scott_fx

I'm thinking about adding some haptic feedback into a rotary encoder. there aren't a lot of prebuilt (affordable) pieces out there so i thought about making my own.  I found an electormagnetic clutch/brake that i thought about slipping around the d-shaft of a rotary encoder (so i can still have the push button feature).  i found one 12v unit
http://www.aliexpress.com/store/702197/203379315-328130792/guaranteed-100-free-shipping-1pc-sell-micro-electromagnetic-brake-DHM5-2-0-DC24V.html

but it only has .2 n/m of force.  can anyone explain to me if that would be a noticeable difference to the human fingers?

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