Hi Kazu,Sorry for the long delay as we have just started going back from the holidays. A response from my colleague says that it's difficult to know exactly what is wrong. By default, DIO1 is data ready. After powering up the part, you should see a pulse…
Using the ADIS16210 controlled by an FPGA with the below pseudo code of VHDL driver:
Spi_clk frequency = 500KHz
Cs = 1
Clk = 1
Upon request from software to read data from a register (address 0x5600, rdn_wr bit is 0):
Cs = 0
I would like to ask about relative accuracy in ADIS16210 according to datasheet
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…
I could not find specification about the absolute inclination accuracy of ADIS16210 chip.
Are the inclinomter factory calibrated regarding the case frame?
Thanks in advance for your support.
Do you have any reference code for managing the SPI interface on the ADIS16210?
Is the resolution dependent on the sample rate settings in this product?
Yes, it is. The ADC inside of the ADIS16210 provides 12-bits of resolution, but a number of factors (raw sensor offset variation, sensitivity variation, etc) prevent complete…
The ADIS16210 part on this website is described as a simultaneous inclinometer/accelerometer. My question is, how is this possible? Nearly all the material online that discusses using accelerometers for inclination measurements agrees that the accelerometer…
In an application I'm using the ADIS16210 as an inclinometer. The accuracy is good. The noise is approx. 0.02 degrees (3 to 4 datapoints) which comes close to what I need for the application. This noise is measured over 15 samples with a sample…