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ADIS16210 Theory

Question asked by wyatttsmitherman on Jun 6, 2012
Latest reply on Jun 6, 2012 by NevadaMark

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 must have no linear acceleration in order to appropriately measure the direction of gravity's pull on it. Any acceleration would confuse the accelerometer and throw off the measurement.

 

What is the theory behind this?

 

 

-Wyatt S.

 

 

(P.S.-My e-mail address is:      wyatttsmitherman@neo.tamu.edu          ,if the one responding to this question wishes to do so privately)

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