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6 Degrees of Freedom ±2000°/sec ±16g IMU - ITG3200/ADXL345

Product Code : RB-Spa-669

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ADXL345 accelerometer
 I2C interface
Two mounting holes
RoHS Compliant

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ADXL345 accelerometer
 I2C interface
Two mounting holes
RoHS Compliant

The 6 Degrees of Freedom ±2000º/sec ±16g IMU - ITG3200/ADXL345 is a simple breakout for the ADXL345 accelerometer and the ITG-3200 gyro. With this board, you get a full 6 degrees of freedom. The sensors communicate over I2C and one INT output pin from each sensor is broken out. If you need a simple and tiny board that gives you 6 degrees of freedom, this would be a good choice. The ADXL345 is a small, thin, low power, 3-axis accelerometer with high resolution (13-bit) measurement at up to ±16 g.

6 Degrees of Freedom ±2000°/sec ±16g IMU - ITG3200/ADXL345

Features:
Tiny
ITG-3200 gyro
3.3V input

Supplier Product Code

SEN-10121

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Very good quality

Review by Liam
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I purchased this board for a self balancing "Swegway" type project. It's very accurate and works well for my application. It is also tiny and weighs almost nothing, so it's easy to incorporate into even the most space-sensitive project.

(Posted on 2/10/2016)

Very good quality

Review by Liam
General

I purchased this board for a self balancing "Swegway" type project. It's very accurate and works well for my application. It is also tiny and weighs almost nothing, so it's easy to incorporate into even the most space-sensitive project.

(Posted on 2/10/2016)

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