Keyestudio ADXL345 3 Axis Accelerometer Module KS-012 I2C SPI 16g

BDAA100054
£3.79

7 in stock

This module is ideally suited to adding motion sensing to your project. The ADXL345 chipset outputs a digital signal for x, y and z motion. The chipset provides

FEATURES
  • Flux SKU:
    BDAA100054
  • Brand:
    Keyes
  • Brand Series:
    Keyestudio
  • MPN:
    KS-012
  • UPC:
    Does Not Apply
  • Length:
    30
  • Width:
    20
  • Height:
    7
  • Weight:
    1
  • Packaging type:
    OEM
  • Main Colour:
    Black
  • Country of Manufacture:
    China
  • Drive Voltage:
    3.3 - 5V
  • Characteristics:
    3 Axis accelration - up to ±16g
  • Communication Format:
    I2C/SPI
  • Communication Address:
    0x53
  • Chipset:
    ADXL345
  • Mounting holes:
    M3
  • Pin pitch:
    2.54
  • Soldering Points:
    5 Pin chipset breakout
  • Operating Temperature:
    -40°C to 85°C (unconfirmed)
DESCRIPTION
This module is ideally suited to adding motion sensing to your project. The ADXL345 chipset outputs a digital signal for x, y and z motion. The chipset provides the ability to adjust the sensitivity to meet your needs between +-2/4/8/16g. The module can then be interfaced with your project to make use of the data by a choice of I2C or SPI connections.
The module outputs to I2C/SPI, when combined with free libraries it is possible to utilize the onboard processing capabilities to perform data conversions and combination of data for greater accuracy and precision. Please contact us if you require assistance in configuring the unit.
As a simple module it will suit use within a large range of projects based on microcontrollers such as Arduino boards and the Raspberry Pi. The module has a full breakout of 2.54mm spaced pins each with labels. An area of unsoldered pins provide access to more advanced features such as interrupts as well as the SPI interface.
Please do not hesitate to contact us if you require further information regarding the module's operation.
Pin Description
+5V 5V Input
GND 0V
SCL I2C Clock
SDA I2C Data
+3.3V 3.3V Output
VS
CS SPI Slave select
SDO SPI Slave output
INT1 Interrupt 1
INT2 Interrupt 2

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