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High Accuracy, Dual-Axis Digital Inclinometer & Accelerometer
Analog Devices Inc.

Description
The ADIS16209 is a high-accuracy, digital inclinometer, that accommodates both single axis (±180°) and dual-axis (±30°) operation. The standard supply voltage (+3.3V) and SPI serial interface enable ...
Features
Dual-mode inclinometer system Dual–axis, horizontal operation, ±30° Single-axis, vertical operation, ±180° High accuracy, 0.1° 14-bit digital inclination data, 0.025° resolution 14-bit digital acceleration data, 0.244 mg resolution +1.7 g accelerometer measurement range 12-bit digital temperature sensor output Digitally controlled bias calibration Digitally controlled sample rate Digitally controlled frequency response Dual alarm settings with rate/threshold limits Auxiliary digital I/O Digitally activated self test

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