Kionix's KX022 is a low-power, I2C/SPI, 3-axis accelerometer with integrated FIFO/FILO buffer
The KX022 features a wide range of embedded functionality, including tap detection, orientation, activity, and wake-up algorithms. Kionix's XAC sensor also provides stability with a combination of improved shock, reflow, and thermal performance. The KX022 offers low current consumption in all modes and accelerometer outputs with 16-bit resolution for greater precision. User-selectable parameters include ± 2g, 4g, or 8g ranges and Output Data Rates (ODR) with programmable high and low-pass filters. It is packaged in an ultra-small, 12-pin, 2 x2 x 0.9 mm LGA plastic package.
Applications include smartphones/mobile devices, laptops, gaming/virtual reality, and health and fitness.
|Accelerometers Overview and Specification – Part 1 of 2|
- Ultra-low-power in all modes
- Low noise
- An embedded FIFO/FILO buffer
- Numerous embedded features, including Tap/Double-Tap
- User interface
- Power management
- Active/inactive monitoring
- Device orientation
- Inclination and tilt sensing
- Gesture recognition
- Monitoring motion-controlled user interface