Triple Axis Accelerometer MMA7361

$24.72

Part Number:  DF-DFR0143
Brand:  DFRobot Australia

Introduction The MMA7361 from Freescale is a very nice sensor with easy analog interface. The MMA7361 is a 3.3V part and outputs an analog voltage for each of the three outputs. This voltage is in ratio to the measured acceleration and to the supply voltage (ratiometric). It has selectable sensitivity by dip switch.  You will need some extra hardware to convert this analog signal to a usable...
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Introduction

The MMA7361 from Freescale is a very nice sensor with easy analog interface. The MMA7361 is a 3.3V part and outputs an analog voltage for each of the three outputs. This voltage is in ratio to the measured acceleration and to the supply voltage (ratiometric). It has selectable sensitivity by dip switch.  You will need some extra hardware to convert this analog signal to a usable digital one.  The Arduino is really good option for it.  This break board is especially designed for Arduino which has 3 JST connector that can be easily plug into our IO/Sensor expansion board.

 
Notice:The new version of analog sensor port pin mapping has been changed as the following two features.Please check the tips for changing sensor cable pin mapping while using the I/O Expansion shield. We will continue to update. For the inconvenience caused, please understand.
 
 
Applications
  • Measure the acceleration information for your robot or other devices
  • Using for slope alarm or other kinds of alarm such as shock 
 
Specification
  • Voltage:3.3-8V
  • Selectable sensitivity:±1.5g/6g
  • Low power:500μA @ measurement mode,3μA @standby ;
  • High sensivity: 800 mV/g @ 1.5g;
  • Interface:Analog Output
  • Low pass filter
  • Size:26*37mm
  • Weight: 15 gram

Documents
Shipping List
  • MMA7361  x1 
  • Analog Cable  x3