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The ADIS16003/PCBZ is a "breakout board," which provides (1) ADIS16003CCCZ and (1) interface PCB to simplify the process of "prototyping" during the early stages of system design and evaluation. The ADIS16003CCCZ is a digital accelerometer, which provides a serial peripheral interface (SPI) for all digital communications. It comes in a 12-pin LGA package. The interface PCB provides access to the ADIS16003CCCZ, using dual-row, 12-pin connectors, which supports standard ribbon cable systems and hand-soldering connection techniques

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The ADIS16006/PCB is a breakout board, which provides (1) ADIS16006CCCZ and (1) interface PCB to simplify the process of prototyping during the early stages of system design and evaluation. The ADIS16006CCCZ is a digital accelerometer, which provides a serial peripheral interface (SPI) for all digital communications. It comes in a 12-pin LGA package. The interface PCB provides access to the ADIS16006CCCZ, using dual-row, 12-pin connectors, which supports standard ribbon cable systems and hand-soldering connection techniques.

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The ADIS16201/PCBZ is a breakout board that provides (1) ADIS16201CCCZ and (1) interface PCB to simplify the process of "prototyping" during the early stages of system design and evaluation. The ADIS16201CCCZ is a fully-calibrated, digital MEMS inclinometer, which provides a serial peripheral interface (SPI) for all digital communications. It is in a 16-lead, LGA package that minimizes board space but does not support typical prototype soldering processes. The interface PCB provides access to the ADIS16201CCCZ, using dual-row, 12-pin connectors, which supports standard ribbon cable systems and hand-soldering connection techniques.

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The ADIS16203/PCBZ is a breakout board that provides (1) ADIS16203CCCZ and (1) interface PCB to simplify the process of "prototyping" during the early stages of system design and evaluation. The ADIS16203CCCZ is a fully-calibrated, digital MEMS inclinometer, which provides a serial peripheral interface (SPI) for all digital communications. It is in a 16-lead, LGA package that minimizes board space but does not support typical prototype soldering processes. The interface PCB provides access to the ADIS16203CCCZ, using dual-row, 12-pin connectors, which supports standard ribbon cable systems and hand-soldering connection techniques.

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The ADIS16209/PCBZ is a breakout board that provides (1) ADIS16209CCCZ and (1) interface PCB to simplify the process of "prototyping" during the early stages of system design and evaluation. The ADIS16209CCCZ is a fully-calibrated, digital MEMS inclinometer, which provides a serial peripheral interface (SPI) for all digital communications. It is in a 16-lead, LGA package that minimizes board space but does not support typical prototype soldering processes. The interface PCB provides access to the ADIS16209CCCZ, using dual-row, 12-pin connectors, which supports standard ribbon cable systems and hand-soldering connection techniques.

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NOTICE: The ADIS16210/PCBZ is no longer the preferred breakout board for the ADIS16210. Use (1) ADIS16210CMLZ and (1) ADIS16ACL1/PCBZ to develop the same function, which enables the use of a standard ribbon cable to connect the ADIS16210 to an embedded processor interface or to the evaluation system.


The ADIS16210/PCBZ is a breakout board, which provides (1) ADIS16210CMLZ and (1) interface PCB to simplify the process of prototyping during the early stages of system design and evaluation. The ADIS16210CMLZ is a fully-integrated/calibrated, digital tilt sensor, which provides a serial peripheral interface (SPI) for all digital communications. It provides a flexible connector interface, with a with 15-lead, cable edge interface. which minimizes board space, but does not support standard ribbon cable connections. The interface PCB provides access to the ADIS16210CMLZ, using a dual-row, 16-pin connector, which supports standard ribbon cable systems and hand-soldering connection techniques. The interface PCB also provides two sets of mounting holes: one set of holes for attaching the ADIS16210CMLZ to the interface PCB and another set of holes for mounting the interface board to the system’s frame. The first set of holes line up with the ADIS16210CMLZ's mounting holes and are pre-tapped for use with M2x0.4mm machine screws. The second set of holes are support M2 machine screws and line up with M2x0.4mm, pre-tapped holes on the ADISUSB evaluation system board.

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The ADIS16ACL1/PCBZ breakout board simplifies the process of connecting ADIS16210 and ADIS16228 products to an embedded processor board or to the EVAL-ADIS2 evaluation system. The ADIS16ACL1/PCBZ also serves as a partial replacement for two evaluation tools that will soon be obsolete. Please see the following list:
  • Replace the ADIS16210/PCBZ with (1) ADIS16210CMLZ and (1) ADIS16ACL1/PCBZ
  • Replace the ADIS16228/PCBZ with (1) ADIS16228CMLZ and (1) ADIS16ACL1/PCBZ
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  • Mating connector for the ADIS16210 and ADIS16228
  • Standard (1mm, 16-pin) ribbon cable interface for simple connection to a separate embedded processor board
  • Compatible interface with EVAL-ADIS2 platform

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The ADIS16IMU1/PCBZ is a breakout board for many of the ADIS16xxx IMU and gyroscope products. It provides a series of tapped M2x0.4mm machine screw holes to support direct-mounting with several different package styles, along with a 16-pin, dual-row, 2mm connect interface that supports simple connection with remote processor boards, using up to 12 inches of a 1mm ribbon cable.

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  • Simplify prototype connection of many ADIS16xxx devices to existing embedded processor systems.
  • Necessary to connect some ADIS16xxx devices to the EVAL-ADIS2 evaluation system.
  • Comes with a kit of M2x0.4 machine screws and hardware to simplify DUT attachment.

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The ADXL345 is a small, thin, low power, 3-axis accelerometer with high resolution (13-bit) measurement up to ±16 g. Digital output data is formatted as 16-bit twos complement and is accessible through either an SPI (3- or 4-wire) or I2C digital interface.

The ADXL345 is well suited for mobile device applications. It measures the static acceleration of gravity in tilt-sensing appli-cations, as well as dynamic acceleration resulting from motion or shock. Its high resolution (4 mg/LSB) enables measurement of inclination changes of about 0.25°. Using a digital output accelerometer such as the ADXL345 eliminates the need for analog-to-digital conversion, reducing system cost and real estate. Additionally, the ADXL345 includes a variety of built-in features. Activity/inactivity detection, tap/double-tap detection, and free-fall detection are all done internally with no need for the host processor to perform any calculations. A built-in 32-stage FIFO memory buffer reduces the burden on the host processor, allowing algorithm simplification and power savings. Additional system level power savings can be implemented using the built-in activity/inactivity detection and by using the ADXL345 as a “motion switch” to turn the whole system off when no activity is felt and on when activity is sensed again.

The ADXL345 communicates via I2C or SPI interface. The circuits described in this document demonstrate how to implement communication via these protocols.

Figure 1. ADXL345 and ADuC7024 in 4-Wire SPI Configuration (Simplified Schematic: Decoupling and All Connections Not Shown)

Figure 2. ADXL345 and ADuC7024 in I2C Configuration (Simplified Schematic: Decoupling and All Connections Not Shown)

Возможности:

  • Programmable accelerometer up to 16g
  • Digital output easily connects to the sensor
  • Built in FIFO reduces work for processor

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The circuit, shown in Figure 1, incorporates a dual axis ADXL203 accelerometer and the AD7887 12-bit successive approximation (SAR) ADC to create a dual axis tilt measurement system. The ADXL203 is a polysilicon surface micromachined sensor and signal conditioning circuit. Acceleration in the X or Y axis will produce a corresponding output voltage on the XOUT or YOUT output pins of the device. The X axis and Y axis are perpendicular to one another. The AD8608 quad op amp buffers, attenuates, and level shifts the ADXL203 outputs so they are at the proper levels to drive the inputs of the AD7887. The rail-to-rail input/output AD8608 is chosen for its low offset voltage (65 ?V maximum), low bias current (1 pA maximum), low noise (8 nV/?Hz), and small footprint (14-lead SOIC or TSSOP). The AD7887 is configurable for either dual or single channel operation via the on-chip control register. In this application it is configured for dual channel mode, allowing the user to monitor both outputs of the ADXL203, thereby providing a more accurate and complete solution. The system maintains an accuracy of 1° over 90° and over temperature. The circuit provides this precision, performance, and range in a low cost, low power, small footprint, calibration dependent solution. The ADXL203 is specified over a minimum temperature range of ?40°C to +105°C and is available in an 8-terminal ceramic leadless chip carrier package (LCC). Figure 1. Dual Axis Tilt Measurement System (Simplified Schematic: Decoupling and All Connection Not Shown)
Возможности:

  • 1 Degree Accuracy over 90 Degrees and Temperature
  • Dual axis to ensure precise accuracy
  • Filtered to reduce inband noise
  • Precision tilt applications

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The combination of parts shown in Figure 1 provides an ultralow power, 3-axis, motion activated power switch solution capable of controlling up to 1.1 A of load current. The circuit is ideal for applications where extended battery life is critical. When the switch is off, the battery current is less than 300 nA, and when the switch is on, it draws less than 3 μA. The circuit provides an industry leading, low power motion sensing solution suitable for wireless sensors, metering devices, home healthcare, and other portable applications.


The 3-axis accelerometer controls the high-side switch by monitoring the acceleration in three axes and closes or opens the switch depending on the presence or absence of motion.

The ADXL362 is an ultralow power, 3-axis accelerometer that consumes less than 100 nA in wake-up mode. Unlike accelerometers that use power duty cycling to achieve low power consumption, the ADXL362 does not alias input signals by under sampling; it samples continuously at all data rates. There is also an on-chip, 12-bit temperature sensor accurate to ±0.5°.

The ADXL362 provides 12-bit output resolution and has three operating ranges, ±2 g, ±4 g, and ±8 g. It is specified over a minimum temperature range of −40°C to +85°C. For applications where a noise level less than 480 μg/√Hz is desired, either of its two lower noise modes (down to 120 μg/√Hz) can be selected at a minimal increase in supply current.

The ADP195 is a high-side load switch designed for operation between 1.1 V and 3.6 V and is protected against reverse current flow from output to input. The device contains a low on-resistance, P-channel MOSFET that supports over 1.1 A of continuous load current and minimizes power losses.


Figure 1. Ultralow Power Standalone Motion Switch
(Simplified Schematic: Decoupling and All Connections Not Shown)

Basic Operation of the ADXL362


TheADXL362 is a three-axis, ultralow power acceleration measurement system capable of measuring dynamic acceleration (resulting from motion or shock) as well as static acceleration (that is, gravity).

The moving component of the sensor is a polysilicon, surface micromachined structure, also referred to as a beam, built on top of a silicon wafer. Polysilicon springs suspend the structure over the surface of the wafer and provide a resistance against acceleration forces.

Deflection of the structure is measured using differential capacitors. Each capacitor consists of independent fixed plates and plates attached to the moving mass. Any acceleration deflects the beam and unbalances the differential capacitor, resulting in a sensor output whose amplitude is proportional to acceleration. Phase-sensitive demodulation is used to determine the magnitude and polarity of the acceleration.


Modes of Operation


The three basic modes of operation for the ADXL362 are standby, measurement, and wake-up.

  • Placing the ADXL362 in standby mode suspends measurement and reduces current consumption to 10 nA. Any pending data or interrupts are preserved; however, no new information is processed. The ADXL362 powers up in standby mode with all sensor functions turned off.
  • Measurement mode is the normal operating mode of the ADXL362. In this mode, acceleration data is continuously read, and the accelerometer consumes less than 3 μA across its entire range of output data rates of up to 400 Hz using a 2.0 V supply. All described features are available while operating in this mode. The ability to continuously output data from the minimum 12.5 Hz to the maximum 400 Hz data rate while still delivering less than 3 μA of current consumption is what defines the ADXL362. as an ultralow power accelerometer. Under sampling and aliasing do not occur with the ADXL362. because it continuously samples the full bandwidth of its sensor at all data rates.
  • Wake-up mode is ideal for simple detection of the presence or absence of motion at extremely low power consumption (270 nA at a 2.0 V supply voltage). Wake-up mode is useful particularly for implementation of a motion-activated on/off switch, allowing the rest of the system to be powered down until activity is detected. Wake-up mode reduces current consumption to a very low level by measuring acceleration only 6 times a second to determine whether motion is present. In wake-up mode, all accelerometer features are available with the exception of the activity timer. All registers are accessible, and real-time data is available from the part.

The CN0274 evaluation software uses the wake-up mode of the ADXL362. That is, the ADXL362 is asleep until it detects motion at which point it enters measurement mode.

Power/Noise Tradeoff


The ADXL362 offers a few options for decreasing noise at the expense of only a small increase in current consumption.

The noise performance of the ADXL362 in normal operation, typically 7 LSB rms at 100 Hz bandwidth, is adequate for most applications, depending upon bandwidth and the desired resolution. For cases where lower noise is needed, the ADXL362 provides two lower noise, operating modes that trade reduced noise for somewhat higher supply current.


Table 1. ADXL362 Noise vs. Supply Current

Mode Noise
(µg/√Hz Typical)
Current Consumption
(µA Typical)
Normal Operation
380
2.7
Low Noise
280
4.5
Ultralow Noise
175
15

Table 1 shows the supply current values and noise densities obtained for normal operation and the two lower noise modes, at a typical 3.3 V supply.

The CN0274 evaluation software uses the normal operation noise mode of the ADXL362.


Motion Detection


The ADXL362 has built-in logic that detects activity (acceleration above a certain threshold) and inactivity (lack of acceleration above a certain threshold).

Detection of an activity or inactivity event is indicated in the status register and can also be configured to generate an interrupt. In addition, the activity status of the device, that is, whether it is moving or stationary, is indicated by the AWAKE bit.

Activity and inactivity detection can be used when the accelerometer is in either measurement mode or wake-up mode.


Activity Detection


An activity event is detected when acceleration stays above a specified threshold for a user-specified time period. The two activity detection events are absolute and referenced.

  • When using absolute activity detection, acceleration samples are compared to a user set threshold to determine whether motion is present. For example, if a threshold of 0.5 g is set, and the acceleration on any axis is 1 g for longer than the user defined activity time, the activity status is asserted. In many applications, it is advantageous for activity detection to be based not on an absolute threshold but on a deviation from a reference point or orientation. This is particularly useful because it removes the effect on activity detection of the static 1 g imposed by gravity. When an accelerometer is stationary, its output can reach 1 g, even when it is not moving. In absolute activity, if the threshold is set to less than 1 g, activity is immediately detected in this case.
  • In the referenced activity detection, activity is detected when acceleration samples are at least a user set amount above an internally defined reference, for the user defined amount of time. The reference is calculated when activity detection is engaged, and the first sample obtained is used as a reference point. Activity is only detected when the acceleration has deviated sufficiently from this initial orientation. The referenced configuration results in a very sensitive activity detection that detects even the most subtle motion events.

The CN0274 evaluation software uses the referenced mode of operation when searching for activity.


Inactivity Detection


An inactivity event is detected when acceleration remains below a specified threshold for a specified time. The two inactivity detection events are absolute and referenced.

  • In absolute inactivity detection, acceleration samples are compared to a user set threshold for the user set time to determine the absence of motion.
  • In referenced inactivity detection, acceleration samples are compared to a user specified reference for a user defined amount of time. When the part first enters the awake state, the first sample is used as a reference point, and the threshold is applied around it. If the acceleration stays inside the threshold, the part enters the asleep state. If an acceleration value moves outside the threshold, this point is then used as a new reference, and the thresholds are reapplied to this new point.

The CN0274 evaluation software uses the referenced mode of operation when searching for inactivity.


Linking Activity and Inactivity Detection


The activity and inactivity detection functions can be used concurrently, and processed manually by a host processor, or they can be configured to interact in several ways:

  • In default mode, activity and inactivity detection are both enabled, and all interrupts must be serviced by a host processor; that is, a processor must read each interrupt before it is cleared and can be used again.
  • In linked mode, activity and inactivity detection are linked to each other such that only one of the functions is enabled at any given time. Once activity is detected, the device is assumed moving or awake and stops looking for activity: inactivity is expected as the next event so only inactivity detection operates. When inactivity is detected, the device is assumed stationary or asleep. Activity is now expected as the next event so that only activity detection operates. In this mode, a host processor must service each interrupt before the next is enabled.
  • In loop mode, motion detection operates as previously described in linked mode; however, interrupts do not need to be serviced by a host processor. This configuration simplifies the implementation of commonly used motion detection and enhances power savings by reducing the amount of power used in bus communication.
  • When enabling autosleep mode in linked mode or loop mode, it causes the device to autonomously enter wake-up mode when inactivity is detected, and reenter measurement mode when activity is detected.

The CN0274 evaluation software uses the autosleep and loop modes to demonstrate the functionality of the ADXL362.

The AWAKE Bit


The AWAKE bit is a status bit that indicates whether the ADXL362 is awake or asleep. The device is awake when it has seen an activity condition, and the device is asleep when it has seen an inactivity condition.

The awake signal can be mapped to the INT1 or INT2 pin and can thus be used as a status output to connect or disconnect power to downstream circuitry based on the awake status of the accelerometer. Used in conjunction with loop mode, this configuration implements a trivial, autonomous motion-activated switch.


If the turn-on time of the downstream circuitry can be tolerated, this motion switch configuration can save significant system-level power by eliminating the standby current consumption of the rest of the application. This standby current can often exceed the full operating current of the ADXL362.

Interrupts


Several of the built-in functions of the ADXL362 can trigger interrupts to alert the host processor of certain status conditions.

Interrupts may be mapped to either (or both) of two designated output pins, INT1 and INT2, by setting the appropriate bits in the INTMAP1 and INTMAP2 registers. All functions can be used simultaneously. If multiple interrupts are mapped to one pin, the OR combination of the interrupts determines the status of the pin.


If no functions are mapped to an interrupt pin, that pin is automatically configured to a high impedance (high-Z) state. The pins are placed in this state upon a reset as well.

When a certain status condition is detected, the pin that condition is mapped to is activated. The configuration of the pin is active high by default, so that when it is activated, the pin goes high. However, this configuration can be switched to active low by setting the INT_LOW pin in the appropriate INTMAP register.

The INT pins may be connected to the interrupt input of a host processor and interrupts responded to with an interrupt routine. Because multiple functions can be mapped to the same pin, the STATUS register can be used to determine which condition caused the interrupt to trigger.

The CN0274 evaluation software configures the ADXL362 such that when activity is detected, the INT1 pin is high, and when inactivity is detected, the INT1 pin is low.

Test Results


All testing was performed using the EVAL-CN0274-SDPZ and the EVAL-SDP-CS1Z. Functionality of the part is demonstrated by setting the activity threshold at 0.5 g, the inactivity threshold at 0.75 g, and the number of inactivity samples at 20. When looking for activity, only one acceleration sample on any axis is required to cross the threshold.

Starting with the circuit oriented so that the battery pack is flat against the table, the printed circuit board (PCB) can be slowly rotated 90° in any direction causing the acceleration to cross the threshold as it approaches perpendicular to the initial orientation.

Figure 2 shows a screen shot of the CN0274 evaluation software showing the ADXL362 first asleep, looking for activity. Then, when Sample 11 crosses the threshold, the ADXL362 enters the awake state and begins looking for inactivity. The thresholds adjust to show the device is now looking for inactivity.

Figure 2. Screen Shot of Evaluation Software Output

For better visibility, the X-axis and Z-axis plots are disabled using the radio buttons above the chart.

The output of the ADP195, or the interrupt pin itself, was measured using a digital multimeter. When the ADXL362 is awake, the interrupt goes high and drives the EN pin of the ADP195, high, which in turn drives the gate of the MOSFET low, causing the switch to close, connecting any downstream circuitry to the power supply. Conversely, when the ADXL362 is asleep, the interrupt drives the EN pin of the ADP195 low, which in turn drives the gate of the MOSFET high, causing the switch to open.


PCB Layout Considerations In any circuit where accuracy is crucial, it is important to consider the power supply and ground return layout on the board. The PCB should isolate the digital and analog sections as much as possible. The PCB for this system was constructed in a 4-layer stack up with large area ground plane layers and power plane polygons. See the MT-031 Tutorial for more discussion on layout and grounding, and the MT-101 Tutorial for information on decoupling techniques.

Decouple the power supply to the ADXL362 with 1 μF and 0.1 μF capacitors to properly suppress noise and reduce ripple. Place the capacitors as close to the device as possible. Ceramic capacitors are advised for all high frequency decoupling.

Power supply lines should have as large a trace width as possible to provide low impedance paths and reduce glitch effects on the supply line. Shield clocks and other fast switching digital signals from other parts of the board by digital ground. A photo of the PCB is shown in Figure 3.

A complete design support package for this circuit note can be found at www.analog.com/CN0274-DesignSupport.


Возможности:

  • Motion activated, high-side power switch
  • Programmable operating range
  • Ultra low power (300nA when "sleeping")
  • Perfect for battery operated applications

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The circuit in Figure 1 offers a high linearity, low noise, wide-bandwidth vibration sensing solution. It is ideal for applications requiring a large dynamic range (±70 g, ±250 g or ±500 g) and a flat frequency response from dc to 22 kHz.

The circuit provides a low power solution suitable for bearing analysis, engine monitoring and shock detection.


The Analog Devices, Inc. proprietary fifth-generation iMEMs® process enables the ADXL001 accelerometer to provide dynamic range that extends from ±70 g to ±500 g in combination with 22 kHz of bandwidth.


The AD8606 is a precision, low noise, dual op amp used to create an analog bi-quad filter that flattens the output frequency response of the accelerometer.


The ADXL001 output voltage is converted into a digital word by the AD7476 low power, single channel 12-bit SAR ADC. is a precision, low noise, dual op amp used to create an analog bi-quad filter that flattens the output frequency response of the accelerometer.

Figure 1. Single Axis Vibration Analysis System (Simplified Schematic: Decoupling and All Connections Not Shown)

Возможности:

  • High-g MEMS-based vibration analyzer
  • Flat response to 22kHz
  • 70g, 250g, and 500g range

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The EVAL-AD7380FMCZ and EVAL-AD7381FMCZ are full featured evaluation boards that evaluate all features of the AD7380 and AD7381 analog-to-digital converters (ADCs). The evaluation boards can be controlled by the EVAL-SDP-CH1Z via the 160-way system demonstration platform (SDP) connector, J4. The EVAL-SDP-CH1Z board controls the evaluation boards through the USB port of a PC using the Analysis, Control, Evaluation (ACE)software, which is available for download from the ACE software page.

Complete specifications for the AD7380 and AD7381 are provided in the AD7380/AD7381 data sheet. Consult these specifications in conjunction with this user guide when using the evaluation boards. Full details on the EVAL-SDP-CH1Z are available on the SDP-H1 product page. The comprehensive ACE user guide is available on the ACE software page.

Figure 1 shows the typical setup of the EVAL-AD7380FMCZ board. The setup for the EVAL-AD7381FMCZ board is the same as the EVAL-AD7380FMCZ setup.

Возможности:

  • Full featured evaluation board multichannel, simultaneous sampling ADC
  • On-board reference, reference buffer, and ADC driver
  • On-board power supplies
  • Board-compatible, high speed system demonstration platform (SDP-H1) controller
  • PC software for control and data analysis

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The EVAL-ADIS2 system provides a Windows-compatible evaluation system for most iSensor (ADIS16xxx) products. It comes with several application packages that run on Windows XP, Vista and 7 systems, using either 32-bit or 64-bit USB drivers. The standard 16-pin interface provides the connection path to all iSensor breakout boards (ADIS16xxx/PCBZ). Device-under-test (DUT) power can come from the USB (+3.3V, +5V selectable options) or an external power supply. For those who are familiar with the predecessor system (EVAL-ADIS), the EVAL-ADIS2 provides a number of key advancements including support for longer cabling to the DUT and operation over a wider temperature range (-40°C to +85°C)
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  • PC-USB Inertial MEMS Evaluation System
  • Windows XP, Vista and 7 with 32-bit and 64-bit driver support
  • IMU and Vibration Evaluation software packages
  • Compatible with most ADIS1613x, ADIS162xx, ADIS163xx, ADIS164xx devices
  • Synchronous Data Capture at maximum sample rates
  • Register access for device configuration and validation
  • Standard, 16-pin ribbon cable interface with all ADIS16xxx breakout boards.
  • Up to 2m of separation with DUT

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This page contains evaluation board documentation and ordering information for evaluating the ADXL212
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The ADXL213EBis a simple breakout board that allows quick evaluation of the performance of theADXL213 accelerometer. The ADXL213 is a 2-axis, low-noise, temperature-stable accelerometer with PWM output. The small size (1" x 1") of the ADXL213EB makes it easy to mount the accelerometer to an existing system without the need for additional hardware and with minimal effect on performance of the system and of the accelerometer.

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The EVAL-ADXL312Z is a simple breakout board that enables easy connection of anADXL312 into an existing system. The ADXL312 is a digital-output, 3-axis accelerometer whose low power consumption and built-in features make it ideal for use in a wide variety of applications. Due to its small size, the EVAL-ADXL312Z has minimal effect on performance of the system and of the accelerometer, and thus it is ideal for evaluation of the ADXL312 in an existing system. Note that the ADXL312 must be communicated with digitally via SPI or I2C. No processor is included with the EVAL-ADXL312Z; firmware must be supplied externally by the user. For evaluation boards that include a processor, please see the EVAL-ADXL312Z-M.

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This product is not recommended for new designs please see EVAL-ADXL325Z.
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This product is not recommended for new designs, please see EVAL-ADXL335.
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The EVAL-ADXL325Z is a simple breakout board that allows quick evaluation of the performance of the ADXL325 accelerometer. The ADXL325 is a 3-axis analog-output accelerometer with ±5 g measurement range. The small size (1" x 1") of the breakout board makes it easy to mount the accelerometer to an existing system without the need for additional hardware and with minimal effect on performance of the system and of the accelerometer.

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The EVAL-ADXL326Z is a simple breakout board that allows quick evaluation of the performance of the ADXL326 accelerometer. The ADXL326 is a 3-axis analog-output accelerometer with ±16 g measurement range. The small size (1" x 1") of the breakout board makes it easy to mount the accelerometer to an existing system without the need for additional hardware and with minimal effect on performance of the system and of the accelerometer.

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The EVAL-ADXL327Z is a simple breakout board that allows quick evaluation of the performance of the ADXL327 accelerometer. TheADXL327 is a 3-axis analog-output accelerometer with ± 2g measurement range. The small size (1" x 1") of the breakout board makes it easy to mount the accelerometer to an existing system without the need for additional hardware and with minimal effect on performance of the system and of the accelerometer. This page contains all the information related to the EVAL-ADXL327Z including documentation, pricing, and ordering information.

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This product is not recommended for designs please see EVAL-ADXL335Z.
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The EVAL-ADXL335Z is a simple breakout board that allows quick evaluation of the performance of the ADXL335 accelerometer. The ADXL335 is a 3-axis analog-output accelerometer with ±3 g measurement range. The small size (1" x 1") of the breakout board makes it easy to mount the accelerometer to an existing system without the need for additional hardware and with minimal effect on performance of the system and of the accelerometer.

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The EVAL-ADXL344Z is a simple breakout board that enables easy connection of anADXL344 into an existing system. The ADXL344 is a digital-output, 3-axis accelerometer whose low power consumption and built-in features make it ideal for use in a wide variety of applications. Due to its small size, the EVAL-ADXL344Z has minimal effect on performance of the system and of the accelerometer, and thus it is ideal for evaluation of the ADXL344 in an existing system. Note that the ADXL346 must be communicated with digitally via SPI or I2C. No processor is included with the EVAL-ADXL344Z; firmware must be supplied externally by the user. For evaluation boards that include a processor, please see the EVAL-ADXL344Z-M and the ADXL344Z-DB.

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The EVAL-ADXL345Z is a simple breakout board that enables easy connection of anADXL345 into an existing system. The ADXL345 is a digital-output, 3-axis accelerometer whose low power consumption and built-in features make it ideal for use in a wide variety of applications. Due to its small size, the EVAL-ADXL345Z has minimal effect on performance of the system and of the accelerometer, and thus it is ideal for evaluation of the ADXL345 in an existing system. Note that the ADXL345 must be communicated with digitally via SPI or I2C. No processor is included with the EVAL-ADXL345Z; firmware must be supplied externally by the user. For evaluation boards that include a processor, please see the EVAL-ADXL345Z-M and the ADXL345Z-DB.

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The EVAL-ADXL350Z is a simple breakout board that enables easy connection of anADXL350 into an existing system. Due to its small size, the EVAL-ADXL350Z has minimal effect on performance of the system and of the accelerometer, and thus it is ideal for evaluation of the ADXL350 in an existing system. Note that the ADXL350 must be communicated with digitally via SPI or I2C. No processor is included with the EVAL-ADXL350Z; firmware must be supplied externally by the user. For evaluation boards that include a processor, please see the EVAL-ADXL350Z-M and EVAL-ADXL350Z-S

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The EVAL-ADXL35x-Z are simple evaluation boards that allow quick evaluation of the performance of Analog Devices new series of low power, low noise, low drift 3-axis, MEMS accelerometers. The series consists of both analog and digital output devices, supporting a variety of Full Scale Ranges (FSR). The model descriptions are shown in the ordering guide below. These evaluation boards are ideal for evaluation of the ADXL35x accelerometer series in an existing system because the stiffness and the small size of the evaluation board minimize the effect of the board on both the system and acceleration measurements.
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  • 2 sets of spaced vias for populating 6-pin headers
  • Easily attachable to prototyping board or PCB
  • Small size and board stiffness minimize impact on the system being monitored and acceleration measurements

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The EVAL-ADXL377Z is a simple breakout board that allows quick evaluation of the performance of theADXL377. The ADXL377 is a 3-axis analog-output accelerometer with ±200 g measurement range. The small size (1" x 1") of the breakout board makes it easy to mount the accelerometer to an existing system without the need for additional hardware and with minimal effect on performance of the system and of the accelerometer. This page contains all the information related to the EVAL-ADXL377Z including documentation, pricing, and ordering information.


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The STEVAL-MKI013V1 is an adapter board designed to allow the evaluation of the LIS302DL, a low-power 3-axis linear accelerometer with digital output. The adapter board offers an effective solution for fast system prototyping and device evaluation directly within the user’s own application.

The STEVAL-MKI0013V1 is designed to be plugged into a standard DIL 24 socket. It provides the user with the complete LIS302DL pinout, and comes ready-to-use with the required decoupling capacitors on the Vdd power supply line.

This adapter is supported by STEVAL-MKI109V2: it is a motherboard including a high-performance 32-bit microcontroller which functions as a bridge between the sensor and a PC, on which it is possible to use the downloadable graphical user interface (Unico GUI), or dedicated software routines for customized applications.

Возможности:

  • Complete LIS302DL pinout in standard DIL 24 socket
  • Fully compatible with STEVAL-MKI109V2 motherboard

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The STEVAL-MKI015V1 demonstration board is an adapter board designed to facilitate the evaluation of the LIS344ALH three-axis analog-output linear accelerometer. The board offers an effective solution for fast system prototyping and device evaluation directly within the user’s own application.

The STEVAL-MKI015V1 can be plugged into a standard DIL 24 socket. The adapter provides the complete LIS344ALH pinout and comes ready-to-use with the required decoupling capacitors on the VDD power supply line.

The pinout of the adapter is fully compatible with all other available adapter boards, making it possible to easily switch from one sensor to another during device evaluation without the need for board redesign.

This user manual provides information on the STEVAL-MKI015V1 only. For details regarding LIS344ALH specifications, please refer to the LIS344ALH; MEMS inertial sensor high performance 3-axis В±2/В±6g ultra compact linear accelerometer, datasheet.

Возможности:

  • Complete LIS344ALH pinout in standard DIL 24 socket
  • Fully compatible with all other available adapter boards
  • RoHS compliant

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The STEVAL-MKI089V1 is an adapter board designed to facilitate the evaluation of MEMS devices in the LIS331DLH product family. The board offers an effective solution for fast system prototyping and device evaluation directly within the user’s own application.

The STEVAL-MKI089V1 can be plugged into a standard DIL 24 socket. The adapter provides the complete LIS331DLH pinout and comes ready-to-use with the required decoupling capacitors on the VDD power supply line.

This adapter is supported by the STEVAL-MKI109V2 motherboard which includes a high-performance 32-bit microcontroller functioning as a bridge between the sensor and a PC, on which it is possible to use the downloadable graphical user interface (Unico GUI), or dedicated software routines for customized applications.

Возможности:

  • Complete LIS331DLH pinout for a standard DIL 24 socket
  • Fully compatible with the STEVAL-MKI109V2 motherboard
  • RoHS compliant

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The STEVAL-MKI092V2 adapter board is designed to facilitate the evaluation of MEMS devices in the LIS331HH product family. The board offers an effective solution for fast system prototyping and the evaluation of device performance in specific user applications.

The STEVAL-MKI092V2 can be plugged into a standard DIL24 socket. The adapter provides the complete LIS331HH pinout and comes ready-to-use with the required decoupling capacitors on the VDD power supply line.

The pinout of the adapter is fully compatible with all other available adapter boards, making it possible to easily switch from one sensor to another during device evaluation without the need for board redesign.

Возможности:

  • Complete LIS331HH pinout for a standard DIL24 socket
  • Fully compatible with all other available adapter boards
  • RoHS compliant

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The STEVAL-MKI105V1 is an adapter board designed to facilitate the evaluation of MEMS devices in the LIS3DH product family. The board offers an effective solution for fast system prototyping and device evaluation directly within the user’s own application.

The STEVAL-MKI105V1 can be plugged into a standard DIL 24 socket. The adapter provides the complete LIS3DH pinout and comes ready-to-use with the required decoupling capacitors on the VDD power supply line.

This adapter is supported by the STEVAL-MKI109V2 and STEVAL-MKI109V3 motherboards which include a high-performance 32-bit microcontroller functioning as a bridge between the sensor and a PC, on which it is possible to use the downloadable graphical user interface (Unico GUI), or dedicated software routines for customized applications.

Возможности:

  • Complete LIS3DH pinout for a standard DIL 24 socket
  • Fully compatible with the STEVAL-MKI109V2 and STEVAL-MKI109V3 motherboards
  • RoHS compliant

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The STEVAL-MKI106V1 is an adapter board designed to facilitate the evaluation of MEMS devices in the LSM303DLHC product family. The board offers an effective solution for fast system prototyping and device evaluation directly within the user’s own application.

The STEVAL-MKI106V1 can be plugged into a standard DIL 24 socket. The adapter provides the complete LSM303DLHC pinout and comes ready-to-use with the required decoupling capacitors on the VDD power supply line.

This adapter is supported by the STEVAL-MKI109V2 and STEVAL-MKI109V3 motherboards which include a high performance 32-bit microcontroller functioning as a bridge between the sensor and a PC, on which it is possible to use the downloadable graphical user interface (Unico GUI) or dedicated software routines for customized applications.

Возможности:

  • Complete LSM303DLHC pinout for a standard DIL 24 socket
  • Fully compatible with the STEVAL-MKI109V2 and STEVAL-MKI109V3 motherboards
  • RoHS compliant

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The STEVAL-MKI110V1 is an adapter board designed to facilitate the evaluation of MEMS devices in the AIS328DQ product family. The board offers an effective solution for fast system prototyping and device evaluation directly within the user’s own application.

The STEVAL-MKI110V1 can be plugged into a standard DIL 24 socket. The adapter provides the complete AIS328DQ pinout and comes ready-to-use with the required decoupling capacitors on the VDD power supply line.

This adapter is supported by the STEVAL-MKI109V2 motherboard which includes a high performance 32-bit microcontroller functioning as a bridge between the sensor and a PC, on which it is possible to use the downloadable graphical user interface (Unico GUI), or dedicated software routines for customized applications.

Возможности:

  • Complete AIS328DQ pinout for a standard DIL 24 socket
  • Fully compatible with the STEVAL-MKI109V2 motherboard
  • RoHS compliant

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The STEVAL-MKI133V1 is an adapter board designed to facilitate the evaluation of MEMS devices in the LSM303D product family. The board offers an effective solution for fast system prototyping and device evaluation directly within the user’s own application.

The STEVAL-MKI133V1 can be plugged into a standard DIL 24 socket. The adapter provides the complete LSM303D pinout and comes ready-to-use with the required decoupling capacitors on the VDD power supply line.

This adapter is supported by the STEVAL-MKI109V2 motherboard which includes a high performance 32-bit microcontroller functioning as a bridge between the sensor and a PC, on which it is possible to use the downloadable graphical user interface (Unico GUI), or dedicated software routines for customized applications.

Возможности:

  • Complete LSM303D pinout for a standard DIL 24 socket
  • Fully compatible with the STEVAL-MKI109V2 motherboard
  • RoHS compliant

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The STEVAL-MKI134V1 is an adapter board designed to facilitate the evaluation of MEMS devices in the LIS3DSH product family. The board offers an effective solution for fast system prototyping and device evaluation directly within the user’s own application.

The STEVAL-MKI134V1 can be plugged into a standard DIL 24 socket. The adapter provides the complete LIS3DSH pinout and comes ready-to-use with the required decoupling capacitors on the VDD power supply line.

This adapter is supported by the STEVAL-MKI109V2 motherboard which includes a high performance 32-bit microcontroller functioning as a bridge between the sensor and a PC, on which it is possible to use the downloadable graphical user interface (Unico GUI), or dedicated software routines for customized applications.

Возможности:

  • Complete LIS3DSH pinout for a standard DIL 24 socket
  • Fully compatible with the STEVAL-MKI109V2 motherboard
  • RoHS compliant

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The STEVAL-MKI135V1 is an adapter board designed to facilitate the evaluation of MEMS devices in the LIS2DH product family. The board offers an effective solution for fast system prototyping and device evaluation directly within the user’s own application.

The STEVAL-MKI135V1 can be plugged into a standard DIL 24 socket. The adapter provides the complete LIS2DH pinout and comes ready-to-use with the required decoupling capacitors on the VDD power supply line.

This adapter is supported by the STEVAL-MKI109V2 and STEVAL-MKI109V3 motherboards which include a high performance 32-bit microcontroller functioning as a bridge between the sensor and a PC, on which it is possible to use the downloadable graphical user interface (Unico GUI) or dedicated software routines for customized applications.

Возможности:

  • Complete LIS2DH pinout for a standard DIL 24 socket
  • Fully compatible with the STEVAL-MKI109V2 and STEVAL-MKI109V3 motherboards
  • RoHS compliant

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The STEVAL-MKI153V1 is an adapter board designed to facilitate the evaluation of MEMS devices in the H3LIS331DL product family. The board offers an effective solution for fast system prototyping and device evaluation directly within the user’s own application.

The STEVAL-MKI153V1 can be plugged into a standard DIL 24 socket. The adapter provides the complete H3LIS331DL pinout and comes ready-to-use with the required decoupling capacitors on the VDD power supply line.

This adapter is supported by the STEVAL-MKI109V2, which is a motherboard including a high-performance 32-bit microcontroller which functions as a bridge between the sensor and a PC, on which it is possible to use the downloadable graphical user interface (Unico GUI), or dedicated software routines for customized applications.

Возможности:

  • Complete H3LIS331DL pinout for a standard DIL 24 socket
  • Fully compatible with STEVAL-MKI109V2 motherboard
  • RoHS compliant

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