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In accel output, what exactly does '1g' stands for ?

Question asked by Tea on Mar 30, 2017
Latest reply on Mar 30, 2017 by Tea

Hi, I have a simple question , it would be appreciated if you can answer this:

In accelerameter output, what exactly does 1g stands for ? I mean, will 'g' be always fixed to a value (for example, 9.80665m/s2 ) or change as the gravity accleration changes? I'm using ADIS16488, and I wonder will the answer be the same for other accelerameters? 

This may be important for applications such as in spacecrafts or satellites, where the gravity may not be a fixed value throughout the flight.
Thank you very much!

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