Features and Benefits
- Single, in plane axis accelerometer with analog output
- Full-scale range: ±100 g
- Linear frequency response range: dc to 23 kHz typical (3 dB point)
- Resonant frequency: 42 kHz typical
- Ultralow noise density: 75 μg/√Hz
- Overrange sensing plus dc coupling allows fast recovery time
- Complete electromechanical self test
- Single-supply operation
- Output voltage ratiometric to supply
- Low power consumption: 1.0 mA typical
- Power saving standby operation mode with fast recovery
- RoHS compliant
- −40°C to +125°C operating temperature range
- 32-lead, 5 mm × 5 mm × 1.80 mm LFCSP package
- See datasheet for additional features
The ADXL1005 delivers ultralow noise density over an extended frequency range and is optimized for bearing fault detection and diagnostics. The ADXL1005 has typical noise density of 75 μg/√Hz across the linear frequency range. Microelectronicmechanical systems (MEMS) accelerometers have stable and repeatable sensitivity, and are immune to external shocks up to 10,000 g.
The integrated signal conditioning electronics enable such features as full electrostatic self test (ST) and an overrange (OR) indicator, useful for embedded applications. With low power and single-supply operation of 3.3 V to 5.25 V, the ADXL1005 also enables wireless sensing product design. The ADXL1005 is available in a 5 mm × 5 mm × 1.80 mm LFCSP package, and operates over the −40°C to +125°C temperature range.
- Condition monitoring
- Predictive maintenance
- Asset health
- Test and measurement
- Health usage monitoring system (HUMSs)
- Acoustic emissions
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Evaluation Kits (1)
The EVAL-ADXL1005Z are simple evaluation boards that allow users to quickly evaluate the performance of the ADXL1005 vibration sensors. The EVAL-ADXL1005Z are specifically designed to mount on to a mechanical shaker and are constructed of an extra thick printed circuit board (PCB), measuring 0.8 inches square. Screw holes are supplied for rigid mounting to the shaker block. This design allows users to evaluate the full performance range of the ADXL1005 vibration sensor without having to solder the device to a separate test board. A simple RC low-pass filter is provided at the output with a -3 dB bandwidth of about 20 kHz. Components can be replaced to allow users to implement their own application specific low-pass filter on the output of the device.
Full details on the microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) ADXL1005 accelerometers are provided in the ADXL1005 data sheet, available from Analog Devices, Inc., which must be consulted in conjunction with the user guide linked in ADXL1005 documentation.
Features & Benefits
- 2 sets of spaced vias for populating 6-pin headers
- Easily attaches to prototyping board or PCB
- Small size and board stiffness minimizes impact on the user system and acceleration measurements
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