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Arduino with Accelerometer Memsic 2125

Arduino with Accelerometer Memsic 2125

Arduino Man 2335 11-Mar-2016

Introduction:

The Memsic 2125 is a low cost, dual-axis thermal accelerometer capable of measuring tilt, acceleration, rotation, and vibration with a range of ±3 g. For integration into existing applications, the Memsic 2125 is electrically compatible with other popular accelerometers.

 

Memsic provides the 2125 in a surface-mount format. Parallax mounts the circuit on a small PCB, providing all I/O connections so it can easily be inserted on a breadboard or through-hole prototype area.

Key Features:

  • Measures ±3 g on each axis, enough for data for a wide variety of applications
  • Simple pulse output of g-force for each axis is easy to read for most any microcontroller
  • Convenient 6-pin 0.1″ spacing DIP module fits into a standard breadboard or through-hole board
  • Analog output of temperature (Tout pin) allows for fine-tuning of advanced applications
  • Low current at 3.3 or 5 V operation (less than 4 mA at 5 VDC) puts low demand on your system

Find the Code and Interfacing Circuit Diagram Here...............


Updated 22-Dec-2022

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