I need one more information,I need two mem sensors it might be ADIS16210. Now i place it on a scale at the both end,where now if the scale is slightly tilted then can the sensor show me the tilt postion??? & please guide me on how to interconnect both the sensors???
Please guide me on this
As we shared in the ADIS16209 discussion, we would expect that you will need to use a local processor (close to the ADIS16210) to manage the ADIS16210 SPI and an RS-485 interface, which will transfer over a cable to some sort of central monitoring computer. Some insights on how to do this were posted in a previous discussion for you, at the following link: http://ez.analog.com/thread/20982. Did you have any specific questions on the information provided? We can suggest third-party support resources for you, if you are looking for someone to do this system level of integration for you.
Do you have any video how the AdIS16210 works???
No, that is described in the datasheet, but we might be able to put something together if you could help us better understand what information you need. Please note that I am out of the office this week. So, depending on what you need, this might take a week or two to produce. We look forward to more details.
I need two mem sensors for example take it as ADIS16210. Now i will place each sensor on a measurement scale at the both end,where now if the scale is slightly slanted then can the sensor show me the tilt postion??? & please guide me on how to interconnect both the sensors???
Please guide me on this,Hope you have understood
What type of user/machine interface do you plan to have for this? I presume that you will have some sort of centralized processing to manage a user interface and monitor the sensors, correct?
I think that we have offered this before, but perhaps we can clarify. Based on the pictures you showed us before, it looks like your two different ADIS16210 sensors would be separated by at least 1-2meters. Is that correct?
The SPI interface protocol was not really established for driving cables so the first architecture decision you have will be, "how do I want to transmit the data?" In this post, one of our I/O experts suggested that you use an embedded processor, which is co-located with each ADIS16210 in your system to translate between the SPI and the RS-485 communication protocol. This would require some firmware development on the embedded processor. While we don't provide this service, let us know if you decide to use this approach and we will provide some example code for the SPI interface on the ADuC processor you select.
I hope that this helps you get started.