The ADIS16204 is a fully-contained programmable impact sensor in a single compact package enabled by the Analog Devices, Inc. iSensor™ integration. By enhancing the Analog Devices iMEMS® sensor technology with an embedded signal processing solution, the ADIS16204 provides tunable digital sensor data in a convenient format that can be accessed using a serial peripheral interface (SPI). The SPI provides access to measurements for dual-axis linear acceleration, a root sum square (RSS) of both axes, temperature, power supply, an auxiliary analog input, and an event capture buffer memory. Easy access to digital sensor data provides users with a system-ready device, reducing development time, cost, and program risk.
Unique characteristics of the end system are accommodated easily through several built-in features, such as a single command in-system bias null/offset calibration, along with convenient sample rate control.
The ADIS16204 offers the following embedded features, which
eliminate the need for external circuitry and provide a simplified system interface:
The ADIS16204 offers two power management features for managing system-level power dissipation: low power mode and a configurable shutdown feature.
The ADIS16204 is available in a 9.2 mm × 9.2 mm × 3.9 mm laminate-based land grid array (LGA) package with a tem- perature range of −40°C to +105°C.
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ADIS16204: Programmable High-g Digital Impact Sensor and Recorder Data Sheet (Rev B, 12/2009) (pdf, 580 kB)
|UG-363: ADISUSB User Guide (pdf, 671 kB)||User Guides|
|Accelerometer Specifications - Quick Definitions||Technical Documentation||HTML|
|Basic MEMS Terminology (pdf, 40 kB)||Overview|
|What are the shock ratings or limits for the MEMS devices?||FAQs/RAQs||HTML|
|What are the moisture absorption specifications or considerations for the iSensor products?||FAQs/RAQs||HTML|
|What are some of the mechanical stress considerations when mounting iSensor devices?||FAQs/RAQs||HTML|
|What is an inertial sensor?||FAQs/RAQs||HTML|
|What is an accelerometer and a gyroscope, and how do they differ?||FAQs/RAQs||HTML|
|Where would you use an accelerometer?||FAQs/RAQs||HTML|
|Where would you use a gyroscope?||FAQs/RAQs||HTML|
|What are the major error sources for inertial sensors?||FAQs/RAQs||HTML|
|What is the limit of resolution of an inertial sensor?||FAQs/RAQs||HTML|
|I need finer resolution. What do I do?||FAQs/RAQs||HTML|
|MEMS Accelerometer Applications, what's Fantasy and what's Reality?||FAQs/RAQs||HTML|
|RAQs index||Rarely Asked Questions||HTML|
|Glossary of EE Terms||Glossary||HTML|
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|ADIS16204 IIO Programmable High-g Digital Impact Sensor and Recorder Linux Driver (Wiki Site)||Device Drivers||HTML|
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