LIS3LV02DL MEMS 3-axis ±2g/±6g digital output low voltage linear accelerometer BreakoutDesigned by ROBOTHINGS, Ships from Poland
LIS3LV02DL BREAKOUT BOARD Related stuff How you can easily fasten the sensor? Try the Hook and loop tapes. Package includes LIS3LV02DL Evaluation board with the soldered sensor, connector and...Read More…
LIS3LV02DL BREAKOUT BOARD
This is a LIS3LV02DL evaluation board. LIS3LV02DL is a digital output 3 axis accelerometer produced by ST Microelectronics. It is a low-cost and high-performance sensor produced in the MEMS (Micro-Electro-Mechanical System) technology. The measurement of the acceleration is made using the indirect method. The force causing acceleration in an inertial frame is acting upon the proof mass hanging on the springs. As in result, the proof mass is displaced from the point of balance. Displacement is measured as a variation of capacitance between the proof mass and the frame of the sensor. This displacement is proportional to the applied force to the sensor. The technology of capacitance sensing allows for manufacturing reliable, low noise and good performance MEMS accelerometers.
LIS3LV02DL are popular among laptop producers, as a part sensing free fall for magnetic hard-drives security. Drivers for Linux and android can be downloaded from ST website.
The LIS3LV02DL sensor has proven reliability and it is in production for over 10 years.
Maximum non-destructive acceleration 3000g for 0.5 ms, 10000g for 0.1ms
Kerry Wong has shared the code for the ARDUINO. Check this Arduino forum topic: forum.arduino.cc
More on interfacing the sensor with uC on the Near Future Laboratory Blog: blog.nearfuturelaboratory.com
We recognize our top users by making them a Tindarian. Tindarians have access to secret & unreleased features.
We look for the most active & best members of the Tindie community, and invite them to join. There isn't a selection process or form to fill out. The only way to become a Tindarian is by being a nice & active member of the Tindie community!
We started the Robothings from our passion for electronics. Our goal is to make the things for makers, hobbyists and others interested in robotics and automation.
The main areas of our expertise are: MEMS sensors, signal conditioning, analog and digital control circuits, C/C++ and assembler application development for ARM and ATMEGA uC.