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Accelerometer Phidget 3-Axis ±8g - MOT1100

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  • Accelerometer Phidget 3-Axis ±8g - MOT1100

    Measure acceleration up to ±8g in each axis with the 3-Axis Accelerometer Phidget. Connects to a VINT port.

    Accelerometers are the quintessential motion sensor, from robotics to motion capture. The Accelerometer Phidget measures up to ±8g (or 78.5 m/s²) in each axis, which is more than you'll ever produce in most ordinary applications. The MOT1100 connects to a port on a VINT Hub. See the "Compatible Products" tab for a list of hubs.

    The most common use for an accelerometer is to measure the movement of an object, such as a person or robotic vehicle. You can compare the acceleration values on each axis to determine the direction and strength of the acceleration, and in some situations, even estimate velocity and position. An accelerometer could also be used to detect vibration. For example, mounted to a walking surface, it could be used to record the footsteps of a person walking or running. Another common way to use an accelerometer is as a tilt sensor. When mounted on a stationary object, an accelerometer will measure ≈1g downward (due to the earth's gravity). If the object is tilted, the angle of this 1g acceleration will change and this change can be measured.

    Product Specifications

    Board Properties
    Controlled By VINT
    Acceleration Measurement Max ± 8 g
    Acceleration Measurement Resolution 1 mg
    Accelerometer Noise ± 5 mg
    Sampling Interval Min 20 ms/sample
    Sampling Interval Max 60 s/sample
    Electrical Properties
    Current Consumption Max * 2.3 mA
    Current Consumption Min 319 μA
    Physical Properties
    Operating Temperature Min -40 °C
    Operating Temperature Max 85 °C

    * - Current consumption varies depending on selected data interval. See the technical section of the User Guide for details.



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