Grove - 3-Axis Digital Accelerometer

3 axis Digital (I2C) Accelerometer with +/- 1.5g based on Freescale MMA7660FC

Hello World

Import programSeeed_Grove_3-Axis_Digital_Accelorometer_Example

3-Axis Digital Accelerometer is the key part in projects like orientation detection, gesture detection and Motion detection. This 3-Asix Digital Accelerometer(±1.5g) is based on Freescale's low power consumption module, MMA7660FC. It features up to 10,000g high shock surviability and configurable Samples per Second rate. For generous applications that don't require too large measurement range, this is a great choice because it's durable, energy saving and cost-efficient.

Library

Import libraryGrove_3-Axis_Digital_Accelerometer_MMA7660FC_Library

3-Axis Digital Accelerometer is the key part in projects like orientation detection, gesture detection and Motion detection. This 3-Asix Digital Accelerometer(±1.5g) is based on Freescale's low power consumption module, MMA7660FC. It features up to 10,000g high shock surviability and configurable Samples per Second rate. For generous applications that don't require too large measurement range, this is a great choice because it's durable, energy saving and cost-efficient.

Datasheet

http://www.seeedstudio.com/wiki/Grove_-_3-Axis_Digital_Accelerometer%28%C2%B11.5g%29

Notes

3-Axis Digital Accelerometer is the key part in projects like orientation detection, gesture detection and Motion detection. This 3-Asix Digital Accelerometer(±1.5g) is based on Freescale's low power consumption module, MMA7660FC. It features up to 10,000g high shock surviability and configurable Samples per Second rate. For generous applications that don't require too large measurement range, this is a great choice because it's durable, energy saving and cost-efficient. Model:SEN21853P

Specifications

  • Working voltage: 3.0 - 5.5V
  • Off Mode Current: 0.4μA
  • Standby Mode Current: 2μA
  • Active Mode Current: 47 μA at 1 ODR
  • Test Range: ±1.5g
  • Sensitivity: 21LSB/g

Code Example

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