Application Notes (1)
Circuit Note (1)
- CN0274:Ultralow Power Standalone Motion Switch (pdf, 253 kB)
Technical Articles (3)
Blackbox Biometrics testing ADI MEMS for Blast Gauge Monitor
EE Times, June 2012
- Home is Where the Heart Is (positioning paper) (pdf, 577 kB)
Soldier-worn sensor that measures the destructive power of explosives uses MEMS accelerometer from Analog Devices
Military & Aerospace Electronics, June 2012
Data Sheets (2)
Design & Integration Files (1)
CN0274 Design & Integration Files
(zip, 915 kB)
- Bill of Materials
- Gerber Files
- PADS Files
- Assembly Drawing
Device Drivers (3)
Evaluation Software (1)
ADXL362 Sample C code and Header Files
(zip, 5 kB)
Use this code as a starting point for interfacing the ADXL362 with your choice of host processor.
FPGA HDL (1)
- MT-031: Grounding Data Converters and Solving the Mystery of (pdf, 144 kB)
- MT-101: Decoupling Techniques (pdf, 954 kB)
User Guides (2)
ADXL362 Demo Video: Power Levels vs. Competition
The ADXL362 MEMS accelerometer uses 2 μA at a 100 Hz data rate -- 80% less power than competing devices at the same frequency, and only 300 nA in motion-activated wake-up mode -- 60% less current than the closest competing sensor.
ADXL362 Nanopower, 3-Axis, MEMS Accelerometer
The ADXL362 consumes 2 μA @ 100 Hz in full measurement mode, and only 300 nA in motion sensing wake-up mode. In addition to its native low-power operation, the ADXL362 has additional features that enable system-level power efficiency.
ADXL362: Awake Status Output & Motion Activated Switch Function
Patent-pending Awake Status Output pin enables the ADXL362 to function as part of a continuously operational, motion-activated switch, turning system functions on/ off, bypassing the processor, and reducing system-level power consumption.
ADXL362: Enhanced Activity Detection for System-Level Power Savings
The ADXL362 low power MEMS accelerometer offers an enhanced activity detection function that distinguishes between different kinds of motion, eliminating false positives and preventing unnecessary turn-on events that cost additional battery life.
Vibration Immunity in Analog Devices MEMS Gyroscopes
This video shows a side-by-side demo of the Analog Devices MEMS gyroscope and a competitive gyro, comparing their responses when erroneous input stimuli are applied. Our new gyros exhibit high immunity to shock, vibration & linear acceleration.
Isolating Power in Communication Bus and Gate Drive Applications
Starting with a communications application overview of small power options through the process of selecting the right power products this webcast is a great resource for your communications applications designs.