The Memsic 2125 accelerometer from the Maker Shed is a low cost, dual-axis thermal accelerometer capable of measuring tilt, acceleration, rotation, and vibration with a range of Â±2 g. It’s a great addition to many robotic projects, and is compatible with most micro-controllers, including the Arduino.
More about the Memsic 2125 accelerometer
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the spec sheet lists the range as +/-2g and the product description lists it as +/-3g
I will look into this right now to confirm to specs. Thanks!
OK, the specs from the manufacturer seem to be inconsistent with the data sheet. (we used their specs) I am going to change the info on the post and in the Maker Shed. Good catch!
From the Data Sheet:
It can measure magnetic field with a full range of Â±2gausses and a sensitivity of 512 counts/gauss @ 3.0V at 25Â°C.
Here’s a nice project I did with the memsic:
That looks awesome. I’ll post about it soon! Thanks for sharing.
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