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KIT3376MMA7361LC - 

Evaluation Kit for MMA7361LC Three Axis Analog Output Acceleration Sensor

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Manufacturer:
NXP NXP
Manufacturer Part No:
KIT3376MMA7361LC
Newark Part No.:
76R8878
Technical Datasheet:
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Product Overview

The KIT3376MMA7361LC is an 3-axis Analogue output accelerometer evaluation-board. The next generation Analogue accelerometers can be used for a variety of multifunctional applications for the sensing functions of fall, tilt, motion, positioning, shock and vibration. The KIT3376MMA73x1LC evaluation-boards can interface to a 3.3 volt power source or battery. This small circuit evaluation-boards are intended to be used for evaluating the MMA7361LC, MMA7341LC and MMA7331LC. They allow customers to develop prototypes quickly without requiring a PCB to be designed to accommodate for the small profile land grid array (LGA) package. Customers can connect these evaluation-boards to their own processor board or a NXP development board to prototype their accelerometer solution. KIT3376MMA7361LC is fitted with the MMA7361LC, with selectable sensitivity of ±1.5g and ±6g .
  • XYZ outputs
  • Freefall detection pin
  • Two g-select options
  • Sleep mode
  • Self test button

Applications

Industrial, Consumer Electronics, Medical, Portable Devices, Wireless

Product Information

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Sensing - Motion, Vibration, Shock
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NXP
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MMA7360
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Accelerometer
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Evaluation Board MMA7361LC
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Description:
The KIT3376MMA7361LC is a 3-axis analog output accelerometer evaluation board. The next generation analog accelerometers can be used for a variety of multifunctional applications for the sensing functions of fall, tilt, motion, positioning, shock and vibration. The KIT3376MMA73x1LC evaluation boards can interface to a 3.3 volt power source or battery. This small circuit evaluation boards are intended to be used for evaluating the MMA7361LC, MMA7341LC and MMA7331LC. They allow customers to develop prototypes quickly without requiring a PCB to be designed to accommodate for the small profile land grid array (LGA) package. Customers can connect these evaluation boards to their own processor board or a Freescale development board to prototype their accelerometer solution. KIT3376MMA7361LC is fitted with the MMA7361LC, with selectable sensitivity of ±1.5g and ±6g .

Feature & Benefits:
XYZ outputs
Freefall detection pin
Two g-select options
Sleep mode
Self test button

Applications: Industrial, Consumer Electronics, Medical, Portable devices, Wireless

Kit Contents:
TRK-USB-MPC5602P board, Freescale warranty card
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