Grove 3-Axis Digital Accelerometer
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Grove 3-Axis Digital Accelerometer: the ADXL345 in action
The ADXL345 is an extremely precise 3-axis digital accelerometer offering a measuring range of ±16 g.
Ultimately, with this component you have a high-sensitivity, low-power accelerometer module that can be controlled through your microcontroller’s I2C driver.
As its name suggests, the 3-Axis Digital Accelerometer incorporates in each of its measurements the calculation of 3 linear accelerations from 3 orthogonal axes.
The 3-Axis Digital Accelerometer is compatible not only with Arduino interfaces , but also with Raspberry Pi and BeagleBone Black type boards equipped with Grove connectors.
Beware, however, because this module was designed especially for the Arduino system and may not be compatible with some boards. So make sure you read the instructions before making any connections.
Grove 3-Axis Accelerometer: for robots that stay on track
This Grove module is particularly suitable for all robotics projects requiring orientation and motion information, such as mobile robots, vibration sensors, and shock-protection systems.
Technical specifications of the Grove 3-Axis Digital Accelerometer
- 3-axis Grove module
- High sensitivity
- Effective protection against electromagnetic interference
- Low power consumption: 0.1 µA in standby mode @ 5 Vdc
- Supply: 3–5 Vdc
- Measuring range: ±16 g
Resources for the Grove 3-Axis Digital Accelerometer:
You will find below documentations and link to software libraries: