Does anyone have any tips on how to go about soldering leads to a micro ADXL-377. We are making an ear accelerometer and need to be able to solder several wires to this very tiny device.
any feedback appreciated.
Sorry, we do not have much experience in soldering directly to the package itself. The part, as much as I'm aware, is always mounted onto a PCB which is then wired to. I understand you have size constraints, but given the nature of the ADXL377, this is likely for impact detection which would require rigid mounting to measure impact correctly. The PCB is a critical part of the overall mounting approach.
Thanks for the responses. We are going to go with a PCB mounted version of
the ADXL. Can you help us with the capacitor size for x,y,z pins. Is it
safe to assume that since we are trying to record the g force of firearm
discharge that happens in 0-5 milliseconds that we need to use the highest
amount of Hz available on the chip . In this case its 1000-1300.
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