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Acceleration Sensor Click Boards

Acceleration Sensor Click Boards


Accel 3 Click Board

The Accel 3 Click Board carries the H3LIS331DL a low-power high-performance 3-axis linear accelerometer. The click is designed to run on a 3.3V power supply. It communicates with the target microcontroller over SPI or I2C interface, with additional functionality provided by the INT pin on the mikroBUS line.




Accel 5 Click Board

Accel 5 click features an ultra-low power triaxial accelerometer sensor, labeled as the BMA400. This Click board™ allows linear motion and gravitational force measurements in ranges of ±2 g, ±4 g, ±8, and ±16 g in three perpendicular axes. Besides the acceleration measurement, Accel 5 click is able to output an interrupt for many different events, including tap, double tap, step counting, activity recognition (walk, run, stand still), activity change (any type of acceleration pattern change), orientation, and more. It features an onboard data processing, offering the acceleration data directly, over the standard I2C or SPI interface. However, a key feature of the BMA400 sensor is its extremely low power consumption.



Accel 6 Click Board

Accel 6 click is a three-axis acceleration sensor with many features. It uses the BMA280, a 14bit triaxial acceleration sensor with intelligent on-chip motion triggered interrupt controller, from Bosch Sensortec. This sensor has an advanced set of features, that allows easy acceleration measurement in three perpendicular axes for up to ±16g, with selectable max range steps for increased accuracy. Using low-pass filter allows filtering of the abrupt changes in acceleration readings. FIFO buffer ensures reliable and fast data delivery. Intelligent interrupt engine allows detection of motion, inactivity, shock vibration, new data arrival, and more.



Accel 7 Click Board

The Accel 7 click is a tri-axis acceleration sensing Click board™ powered by the KXTJ3-1057 14-bit tri-axis digital accelerometer from Kionix. This sensor was developed using proprietary Kionix micromachining technology, resulting in high accuracy and excellent noise immunity. Accel 7 click supports a wide range of applications that require low power consumption, fast response, precision, and reliability. As such it can be used for motion detection, display orientation, HID applications, drop detection applications (for warranty logging), and similar applications that rely on acceleration and motion-sensing.

It comes in the package which also includes the mikroSDK™ software and a library with all the functions. The Click board™ comes as a fully tested and approved prototype, making it a reliable device ready to use on the development board.



Accel 8 Click Board

Accel 8 click is an advanced 6-axis motion tracking Click board™, which utilizes the MPU6050, a very popular motion sensor IC, equipped with a 3-axis gyroscope and 3-axis accelerometer. It also features Digital Motion Processor™, a very powerful processing engine, which reduces the firmware complexity and the processing load of the host MCU. The output of each axis is digitized by a separate 16-bit ADC and processed by the DMP engine, offering motion data over the I2C Interface. Packed with a set of very powerful options, this Click board™ represents an ideal solution for the development of MotionInterface™ based applications.

Accel 8 click is supported by a mikroSDK compliant library, which includes functions that simplify software development. This Click board™ comes as a fully tested product, ready to be used on a system equipped with the mikroBUS™ socket.



Accel Click Board

Introduce accelerometer functionality to the device with the Accel Click Board. This accessory board features an ultra-low power ADXL345 3-axis digital accelerometer capable of high resolution measurement up to ??16 g. The high resolution (13-bit) allows measurement of inclination changes less than 1.0??. The module is packed with special sensing functions, which includes activity/inactivity sensing, tap sensing, free-fall sensing. Accel click is integrated with a 32-level first in, first out (FIFO) buffer, which can be used to store data to minimize host processor intervention. The board communicates using I2C or SPI interface with the target board microcontroller, which can be selected using the J1, J2 and J3 SMD jumpers. Accel click is designed to use a 3.3V power supply only. The green LED diode denotes the power supply status.

With such features, this measurement board is an ideal choice for defense and aerospace applications, mobile devices, medical and industrial instrumentation, hard drive protection and many more.



Accel2 Click Board

Accel 2 click carries ST??s LIS3DSH IC, a low-power factory-calibrated three-axis accelerometer which embeds a FIFO buffer and two programmable state machines.




Shake2Wake Click Board

Introduce shake functionality to the device with the Shake2Wake Click Board. The board features two chips from Analog Devices: an ADXL362 accelerometer that includes several activity detection modes, which is connected to an ADP195 power switch IC. This power switch IC is in turn connected to a screw terminal for controlling external devices. Upon shaking, the accelerometer sends an interrupt to the switch, which in turn, powers up the external components. The intensity and duration of shaking required for waking it up is programmable, as well as the period of inactivity, which leads to switching off the external device. Shake2Wake click can also function as a regular accelerometer, wherein the board uses the MikroBUS SPI interface for communication to the target microcontroller. This click board is designed to operate using a 3.3V power supply only. Shake2Wake click works on two main operating modes:.