Analog Devices MEMS Accelerometers | New Product Brief
Learn how the ADXL1000 series are ideal for vibration measurements in industrial applications.
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Analog Devices MEMS Accelerometers
Analog Devices’ ADXL1000 series of single axis MEMS accelerometers are low noise, wide bandwidth accelerometers ideally suited for vibration measurements in applications such as industrial condition monitoring and predictive maintenance.
The accelerometers feature full-scale ranges up to ±500 g with ratiometric analog output and overrange indicator. The sensors have a tightly linear response at frequencies as high as 24kHz and very low noise density, enabling detection of small, high-frequency vibrations. The ADXL1000 series can tolerate external shocks up to 10,000 g and are stable over the full negative 40 to positive 125 degrees Celsius operating temperature range.
An integrated self-test function can be activated at any point during normal operation and provides complete coverage of electrical and mechanical responses. The accelerometers operate from a 3.0 to 5.25 volt supply and have low power consumption for use in wireless sensor nodes.
- Full-scale range: ±50g to ±500g
- Ratiometric analog output
- Overrange (OR) indicator
- Linear frequency response range: dc to up to 24kHz
- Linearity as low as ±0.1% of full-scale range
- Ultra-low noise density: as low as 25μg/√Hz
- Complete electromechanical self-test
- 3.0V to 5.25V supply
- 1.0mA active current
- 225µA standby current
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