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What is Shock Sensing?

Shock sensing detects sudden impact at a predetermined level.

Typical shock sensing applications or functions:

  • Tap detection for data entry
  • Tap detection for feature enabling, disabling, or menu control
  • Detects shock event for personal safety or security
  • Shock detection for micro-drive protection
  • Condition monitoring
  • Shut-off sensing

Shock sensing applications call for low-g accelerometers or high-g accelerometers.

For an integrated shock sensing solution, view ADI's iSensor® low g accelerometers and iSensor® high g accelerometers, functionally complete factory-calibrated, programmable sensor systems with SPI interface.

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