Accelerometer for implantable devices (e.g. pacemaker)

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We are looking for an accelerometer to be used in our medical device.  ADXL362
is very attractive by its low power and other features. Can you provide us with
the information about the reliability of this product? Is it certified
/confirmed for use in military or automotive, or comply with other standards?
May be you would be able to suggest another Hign Reliable alternative?


We have a separate part (datasheet attached) and it's the ADXL365 device. It
has the same technology as the ADXL362 but it was made specifically for
implantables. This was done for a specific customer in the US. The device also
has an implantable grade manufacturing flow so this should be suitable for your
application. We could engage with you to discuss but first please :
1. Let me know your feedback about our product based on the datasheet.
2. Please let me know if you would like to use the ADXL365 in the 1D mode or 3D
mode. These are each separate manufacturing flows.

Please note that the ADXL365 will release to production in Q2 2014 (ASP=$50 in

Please could you indicate the yearly demand for your project ?