LC Technology MPU-6050 3 Axis Accelerometer Gyroscope Module LC-AS-6050 Flux

BDAA100049
£3.49

10 in stock

This module serves to breakout the MPU-6050 chipset, a chip capable of providing 3 axis accleration and angular velocity readings. The chipset features both a 3

FEATURES
  • Flux SKU:
    BDAA100049
  • Brand:
    LC Technology
  • MPN:
    LC-AS-6050
  • UPC:
    Does Not Apply
  • Length:
    22
  • Width:
    14
  • Height:
    12
  • Weight:
    1
  • Packaging type:
    OEM
  • Main Colour:
    Blue
  • Country of Manufacture:
    China
  • Drive Voltage:
    3.3 - 5V
  • Characteristics:
    3 Axis accelration - up to ±16g
    3 Axis angular velocity - up to 2000DPS
    Output as 16bit data packet
  • Draw Current:
    10mA
  • Communication Format:
    I2C
  • Communication Address:
    0x68 - 0x69
  • Chipset:
    MPU-6050
  • Pin pitch:
    2.54
  • Operating Temperature:
    -40°C to 105°C
DESCRIPTION
This module serves to breakout the MPU-6050 chipset, a chip capable of providing 3 axis accleration and angular velocity readings. The chipset features both a 3 axis accelorometer (±2-16g), a 3 axis gyroscope(250-2000DPS) and an internal dropout regulator to allow the use of 5V and 3.3V supplies.
When combined with free libraries it is possible to utilize the chipset's processing power to perform data conversions and combination for greater accuracy and precision in positioning calculations. Furthermore the INT pin provides an interrupt that signals when fresh data is available from the sensor to limit the need for continuous polling.
Communication is handled through a 2 pin I2C interface, available on a wide range of microcontrollers. The I2C address of can be set by driving the ADO pin to 0V for 0x68 or 3.3V for 0x69. XDA and XCL provide a master I2C interface if you wished to add further devices.
Please do not hesitate to contact us if you require further information regarding the module's operation.
Pin Description
GND 0V
SCL I2C Clock
SDA I2C Data
3V3 3.3V
5V 5V
INT Interrupt signal
ADO Address select
XDA Master I2C data
XCL Master I2C clock
GND 0V

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