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Longevity of the ADXL103/ADXL203 analog accelerometers

Hello,

I guess this question is directed towards someone at Analog Devices since it has to do with the long-term availability of the ADXL103/ADXL203 series of analog one- and two-axis accelerometers.

I noticed that the ADXL103 and ADXL203 are labeled as "Not recommended for new designs" and I wonder if this means that all the parts included in these series of accelerometers will soon be taken out of production. The parts of interest to me are AD22293Z and AD22037Z. If AD22293Z and AD22037Z will soon be made unavailable does AD have any planned or recommended replacements with performance that is on par with the aforementioned parts?

Best Regards,

Jonas

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  • After taking a closer look at your questions, you will probably want to request this information privately through your local sales channel From a generic point of view, I can offer the following points:

    1. "Not recommended for new designs" does not mean that these devices will be taken off of the market soon.
    2. That is typically indicated through something like a "Last Time Buy" designation.
    3. We do not comment on new product development plans on this forum.

    FYI, I am tagging some colleagues who might be able to offer some follow-up guidance on the forum or through more private communication.

    FormerMember

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  • After taking a closer look at your questions, you will probably want to request this information privately through your local sales channel From a generic point of view, I can offer the following points:

    1. "Not recommended for new designs" does not mean that these devices will be taken off of the market soon.
    2. That is typically indicated through something like a "Last Time Buy" designation.
    3. We do not comment on new product development plans on this forum.

    FYI, I am tagging some colleagues who might be able to offer some follow-up guidance on the forum or through more private communication.

    FormerMember

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