EVAL-CN0303-SDPZ for 2/3 axis measerment

What two axis ( ADXL2xx-family) or three axis ( ADXL3xx-family) accelerometer can be used in place of the ADXL001?

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    •  Analog Employees 
    on Oct 11, 2016 10:38 PM

    Hi Jonathan,

    Looks like I never received an email notification from your response, so my apologizes for the delayed response.

    The specific devices that were mentioned in the common variations section of CN0303 are the ADXL202 and the ADXL311.  These are 2 and 3 axis devices respectively, however these devices have been discontinued by ADI at this time. 

    There are other choices that might also work, ADXL316 is a 3-axis +/-16g device and if more shock impact is required, the ADXL377 is a 3-axis that goes up to +/- 200g.  The ADXL278 is a 2-axis device that can do +/-70g range.

    The major difference here for these other sensors is going to be the bandwidth, and that is something that will be specific to your application.  The ADXL001 has 20kHz, where as most of the multiple axis sensors range from 400Hz to 2kHz.

    Brandon

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    •  Analog Employees 
    on Oct 11, 2016 10:38 PM

    Hi Jonathan,

    Looks like I never received an email notification from your response, so my apologizes for the delayed response.

    The specific devices that were mentioned in the common variations section of CN0303 are the ADXL202 and the ADXL311.  These are 2 and 3 axis devices respectively, however these devices have been discontinued by ADI at this time. 

    There are other choices that might also work, ADXL316 is a 3-axis +/-16g device and if more shock impact is required, the ADXL377 is a 3-axis that goes up to +/- 200g.  The ADXL278 is a 2-axis device that can do +/-70g range.

    The major difference here for these other sensors is going to be the bandwidth, and that is something that will be specific to your application.  The ADXL001 has 20kHz, where as most of the multiple axis sensors range from 400Hz to 2kHz.

    Brandon

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