Thanks for your quick response!!
I need to construct a huge chimney using the Technic of slip form construction.Here we build the chimney part by part i.e 1st will construct a height of example 2 meter later the arms will be raised with some mechanism now again the concrete will be poured to all the nine arms.Now i need a MEMS sensor to check weather the poured concrete is in same level in all the nine arms.So i request you to suggest weather can we make all sensor communicate each other & If i buy ADIS16209 of 10 sensors along with that what all need to be buyed??
In this type of environment, you might want to consider pairing the ADIS16209 with some sort of cable management functions, as the SPI is single-ended and does not incorporate cable drivers. This sounds feasible, with appropriate consideration for the signal integrity.
I want a master sensor in center & all the nine sensors around it in circle,which makes sound once the concrete reaches to the maximum level.
Please try to suggest me on this.
I was wondering if you had a picture of this. I am having trouble visualizing how the tilt sensor is going to measure the height of concrete. Outside of that, managing 9 ADIS16209 on one SPI port might be difficult from a signal integrity point of view. You might want to consider using line drivers, twisted pair cabling or a more ruggedize I/O system. Is this for a single instrument or for something that you hope to build in production?
Please have a look at the above images,Here you can find arms in the second image in which the concrete will be poured.
Now i need a sensor which will be placed in all the arms & one at the center,The sensor should check level of the concrete weather there is any tilt in the concrete level.Hope you will get the clear idea now.Please try to suggest me.
OK, that helps me better understand the span. Managing the I/O on a system like this is outside of my expertise but I will give this some more thought.