Analog Devices EVAL-ADXL001-70Z, Accelerometer Sensor Evaluation Board for ADXL001-70

  • RS-artikelnummer 698-1611
  • Tillv. art.nr EVAL-ADXL001-70Z
  • Tillverkare / varumärke Analog Devices
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ADXL001 iMEMS® Accelerometer Evaluation Board

Performance evaluation of the ADXL001 vibration sensor
Extra thick PCB with fixing holes
Wideband dynamic ranges: ±70, ±250 or ±500g
DC to 22kHz bandwidth
High linearity, low noise
Sensitive axis in the plane of the chip

Accelerometers, Analog Devices

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Attribute Value
Sensor Technology Accelerometer Sensor
Featured Device ADXL001-70
Kit Classification Evaluation Board
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