ADXL335 Accelerometer Sensor Pinout and Projects

The ADXL335 Accelerometer Sensor is a type of MEMS (Micro-Electro-Mechanical Systems) accelerometer that measures acceleration and tilt in three axes (X, Y, and Z). It is a low-power, small-sized device that can detect static and dynamic acceleration with high sensitivity and accuracy.

The sensor is designed by Analog Devices Inc. and uses microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) technology to detect the motion of objects. The ADXL335 sensor measures acceleration by detecting changes in capacitance as the device is subjected to acceleration. It has a built-in signal conditioning circuit that converts the capacitance changes into analog voltage signals proportional to the acceleration in each axis.

The ADXL335 accelerometer sensor has a range of +/- 3g, which means it can detect accelerations up to three times the force of gravity in any direction. It operates on a supply voltage of 1.8 to 3.6 volts and has a low power consumption of only 320 microamps at full operation. The sensor is widely used in various applications such as robotics, drones, gaming controllers, wearable devices, and other motion-sensing applications. It is also a popular choice for motion sensing in Arduino and Raspberry Pi projects.

ADXL335 Accelerometer Sensor Pinout Diagram:

ADXL335 Accelerometer Sensor Pinout
ADXL335 Accelerometer Sensor Pinout


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