I am looking for single z-axis, wide band width analog accelerometer (5-1200Hz or more), However I am not able to find.
Bandwidth: 5-1200 or 1600 Hz
Analog not digital
g: ±70g or lower
Thank you for your post. I don't believe that we have any z-axis only, analog output accelerometers, but we do have some triaxial devices that might be worthy of consideration. Would the ADXL356 work?
Thank you so much, sorry for late reply. I actually checked the ADXL356 and its pretty good but I cannot find the data sheet of the evaluation kit. Where can I find that?
Thank you for letting me know. What exactly did you see when you click on "Evaluation Kits," from the ADXL356's product page: www.analog.com/adxl356
This is what I see when I open this link below:
When I click on the User Guide link near the top of the product page, it seems to work. Can you try this link?
Where did you get the link that you posted?
Yes, perfect it is now working. I might have done something wrong with the link I posted.
I have a question regarding the evaluation board (EVAL-ADXL356BZ) and the accelerometer (ADXL356B):
From ADXL356B product detail (http://www.analog.com/en/products/mems/accelerometers/adxl356.html?doc=ADXL356-357.pdf#product-overview ), it is mentioned that the ADXL356B supports the ±10 g and ±20 g ranges, however, the EVAL-ADXL356BZ (http://www.analog.com/media/en/technical-documentation/user-guides/EVAL-ADXL356-357-UG-1119.pdf ) has an analog output supporting a ±2 g or ±4 g accelerometer only.
Do I have to change something in the chip to get 20g or 10g?
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