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On Order:Order inventroy details 4,000
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Factory Lead Time: 20 Weeks
Minimum Order: 4,000
Multiple Of: 4,000
Quantity Web Price
4,000+ $4.50
Total:

$18,000.00

USD
Attributes
Attributes Table
Sensing Range ±2/±6 g
Sensing Axis X-Y-Z
Supply Voltage 2.16V to 3.6V
Supply Current 0.65mA
Operating Temp Range -40°C to +85°C
Features and Applications

 The LIS3LV02DL is a three axes digital output linear accelerometer that includes a sensing element and an IC interface able to take the information from the sensing element and to provide the measured acceleration signals to the external world through an I2C/SPI serial interface.

The sensing element, capable of detecting the acceleration, is manufactured using a dedicated process developed by ST to produce inertial sensors and actuators in silicon.

The IC interface instead is manufactured using a CMOS process that allows high level of integration to design a dedicated circuit which is factory trimmed to better match the sensing element characteristics.

The LIS3LV02DL has a user selectable full scale of ±2g, ±6g and it is capable of measuring acceleration over a bandwidth of 640 Hz for all axes. The device bandwidth may be selected accordingly to the application requirements.

The self-test capability allows the user to check the functioning of the device.

The device may be also configured to generate an inertial wake-up/free-fall interrupt signal when a programmable acceleration threshold is crossed at least in one of the three axes.

The LIS3LV02DL is available in plastic SMD package and it is specified over a temperature range extending from -40°C to +85°C.

The LIS3LV02DL belongs to a family of products suitable for a variety of applications: Free-Fall detection Motion activated functions in portable terminals Antitheft systems and Inertial navigation Gaming and virtual reality input devices Vibration monitoring and compensation.