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ADXL105 single axis, 5g, cceleration measurement system on a single monolithic IC

ADXL105 PDF File

ADXL105 single axis, 5g, cceleration measurement system on a single monolithic IC on a small PC board used in air bag car system some data included.
The ADXL105 is a high performance, high accuracy and complete single-axis acceleration measurement system on a single monolithic IC. The ADXL105 offers significantly increased bandwidth and reduced noise versus previously available micromachined devices. It measures acceleration with a full-scale range up to ±5 g and produces an analog voltage output. Typical noise floor is 225 mg Hz allowing signals below 2 mg to be resolved. A 10 kHz wide frequency response enables vibration measurement applications. The product exhibits significant reduction in offset and sensitivity drift over temperature compared to the ADXL05. The ADXL105 can measure both dynamic accelerations, (typical of vibration) or static accelerations (such as inertial force, gravity or tilt). Output scale factors from 250 mV/g to 1.5 V/g are set using the on-board uncommitted amplifier and external resistors. The device features an on-board temperature sensor with an output of 8 mV/°C for optional temperature compensation of offset vs. temperature for high accuracy application. The ADXL105 is available in a hermetic 14-lead surface mount Cerpak with versions specified for the 0°C to +70°C, and 40°C to +85°C temperature ranges. ADXL105 Maximum Ratings Acceleration (Any Axis, Unpowered for 0.5 ms) . . . . . . 1000 g Acceleration (Any Axis, Powered for 0.5 ms) . . . . . . . . . 500 g +VSÊ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.3 V to +7.0 V Output Short Circuit Duration Ê Ê (Any Pin to Common) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Indefinite Operating Temperature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55°C to +125°C Storage Temperature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65°C to +150°C ADXL105 Features Monolithic IC Chip ·2 mg Resolution ·10 kHz Bandwidth ·Flat Amplitude Response (61%) to 5 kHz ·Low Bias and Sensitivity Drift ·Low Power 2 mA ·Output Ratiometric to Supply ·User Scalable g Range ·On-Board Temperature Sensor ·Uncommitted Amplifier ·Surface Mount Package ·+2.7 V to +5.25 V Single Supply Operation ·1000 g Shock Survival ADXL105 Typical Application ·Accurate Tilt Sensing with Fast Response ·Machine Health and Vibration Measurement ·Affordable Inertial Sensing of Velocity and Position ·Seismic Sensing ·Rotational Acceleration

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Dual Piezo pressure pulse tranducers on small board
Removed from road counting meter units, good for robotic pressure sensing.
Part# kyo1 Price $8.00 each.

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IC Sensors 2 g Accelerometer

Basic Specs on the 2 G Accelerometer Sensor PDF File

IC Sensors 3022-002-N Accelerometer for robotics and other motion applications.

Part# 3022 Price $75.00 ea
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Kionix KXPS5 SERIES Tri-axis, 3g accelerometers

KXPS5 SERIES Tri-axis PDF File

Kionix KXPS5 SERIES Tri-axis, 3g, Digital (I2C or SPI) and Analog Outputs, 3x5x0.9mm LGA
These high-performance silicon micromachined linear accelerometers and inclinometers consist of a sensor element and an ASIC packaged in a 3x5x0.9mm Land Grid Array (LGA). The sensor element is fabricated from single-crystal silicon with proprietary Deep Reactive Ion Etching (DRIE) processes and is protected from the environment by a hermetically-sealed silicon cap at the wafer level. The KXPS5 series is designed to provide a high signal-to-noise ratio with excellent performance over temperature. These sensors can accept supply voltages between 1.8V and 5.25V. Sensitivity is factory programmable allowing customization for applications requiring from ±1.5g to ±6.0g ranges. Sensor bandwidth is user-definable. Interrupts can be generated for acceleration on any axis above a threshold value (Motion Interrupt) or for acceleration on all three axes below a threshold value (Free-fall Interrupt). The sensor element functions on the principle of differential capacitance. Acceleration causes displacement of a silicon structure resulting in a change in capacitance. An ASIC, using a standard CMOS manufacturing process, detects and transforms changes in capacitance into an analog output voltage, which is proportional to acceleration. This voltage is digitized by an on-board A/D converter and is accessed via an inter-integrated circuit (I2C) bus or serial peripheral interface (SPI).

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Electrolytic Tilt Sensor

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Electrolytic tilt sensors are capable of producing extremely accurate pitch and roll measurements in a variety of applications.
They provide excellent repeatability, stability, and accuracy when operating at low frequencies, and
come in a variety of packages with varying tilt range and resolution. These rugged,
passive devices can be used in environments of extreme temperature, humidity, and shock. LINK:
Sensor Magazine Link

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