GY-362 ADXL362/346 3-Axis Digital Gravity Acceleration Sensor Module
Supply Voltage: 3.3 V/ 5V.
Interface Type: I²C, SPI.
Sensing Range: ±2g, ±4g, ±8g, ±16g.
X: 28.6 LSB/g.
Y: 31.2 LSB/g.
Z: 34.5 LSB/g.
Ultra Low Power: 40µA in measurement mode, 0.1µA in standby@ 2.5V.
ADXL346 Tripple Axis Accelerometer Board is a small, thin, low-power, 3-axis accelerometer with a high resolution (13-bit) measurement at up to ±16g.
Digital output data is format as a 16-bit two’s complement and is accessible through either an SPI (3- or 4-wire) or I2C digital interface.
The ADXL346 Tripple Axis Accelerometer Board is well suited for mobile device applications.
It measures the static acceleration of gravity in tilt-sensing applications, as well as dynamic acceleration resulting from motion or shock.
Its high resolution (4 mg/LSB) enables measurement of inclination changes less than 1.0°.
Several special sensing functions are provided.
Activity and inactivity sensing detect the presence or lack of motion and if the acceleration on any axis exceeds a user-set level.
Tap sensing detects single and double taps.
Free-fall sensing detects if the device is falling.
These functions can be mapped to one of two interrupt output pins.
An integrated, patent-pending 32-level first-in, first-out (FIFO) buffer can be used to store data to minimize host processor intervention.
Low power modes enable intelligent motion-based power management with threshold sensing and active acceleration measurement at extremely low power dissipation.
Personal navigation devices.
Hard disk drive (HDD) protection.
defense and aerospace.
Tap/Double Tap Detection.
Flexible interrupt modes mappable to either interrupt pin Measurement ranges selectable via serial command Bandwidth selectable via serial command
Wide temperature range (−40°C to +85°C).
10,000 g shock survival.
Support 5V/3.3V voltage input, onboard RT9161 power chip, lower pressure drop faster than 1117, the faster load speed of response, very suitable for high-noise power supply environment.
Fixed 10-bit resolution.
Full resolution, where resolution increases with G range, up to 13-bit resolution at ±16 g (maintaining 4 mg/LSB scale factor in all G ranges).