The ADIS16006 is a low cost, low power, complete dual-axis accelerometer with an integrated serial peripheral interface (SPI). An integrated temperature sensor is also available on the SPI interface. The ADIS16006 measures acceleration with a full-scale range of ±5 g (minimum). The ADIS16006 can measure both dynamic acceleration (vibration) and static acceleration (gravity).
The typical noise floor is 200 µg/√Hz, allowing signals below 1.9 mg (60 Hz bandwidth) to be resolved.
The bandwidth of the accelerometer is set with optional capacitors, CX and CY, at the XFILT pin and the YFILT pin. Digital output data for both axes is available via the serial interface.
An externally driven self-test pin (ST) allows the user to verify the accelerometer functionality.
The ADIS16006 is available in a 7.2 mm × 7.2 mm × 3.7 mm, 12-terminal LGA package.Applications
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