How to determine the g value from adxl377 based on action/ shcok. or how to verify the g value received from accelerometer--adxl377.
The ADXL377 is a 3-axis accelerometer that offers +/-200g of range, 300uA supply current, analog outputs, in a 3x3mm package. Perhaps that is worthy of consideration?
My question is ADXL193 is no more available for new design and so I am using ADXL377
My application is to measure motor imbalance detection using vibration (Application Centrifuge)
So if load imbalance happen I will measure RMS noise and stop…
One more questions, if we use two points calibration to get values at -1 g and 1 g for ADXL377 which is the easiest way to do the calibration. But the range of ADXL377 is from -200 to 200 g. -1 to 1 g is only 0.5% of the total measuring range. Does the ADXL377…
Hi email@example.com, I think that your measured values are just random numbers since ADXL377 is only capable of measuring +/- 200g as per datasheet.
Even though that you have maxed out the performance range, the ADXL377 has a 10,000 g shock survival…
The ADIS16228 will only support real-time in one axis right now. Sorry about that! You might also want to check out the ADXL375 (3200 SPS) or ADXL377 (analog output) for smaller options.
Did you decide to move forward with the ADXL377? If this is complete, can you mark the post in this chain that was most helpful, with "Correct Answer?" Hopefully you can share some feedback with us, once you have a chance to try…
I would like to use an accelerometer ADXL377 with a power supply of 3.3V. I don't find its sensitivity for this value of power supply... How can I compute it? In the datasheet of the ADXL326, it is specified but it isn't in the datasheet of the…
I have an application where I plan to use the ADXL377 where the initial shock is 1000g for about 10 msec. I'm assuming that it will survive this shock, so what I need to know how fast the ADXL377 will recover from this overload.