ST's state-of-the-art MEMS accelerometers include analog and digital sensors featuring up to ±400g acceleration full scale and from 1.71 to 3.6 V supply voltage.
Accelerometers have advanced power-saving features that make them the ideal choice for ultra-low-power applications. These features include low-power mode, auto wake-up function and FIFO buffer that can be used to store data, thus reducing the host processor loading and system power consumption.
ST’s accelerometers are suitable for handheld portable applications such as mobile phones and PDAs, or any other application where low power consumption and reduced package size are required. The new generation of accelerometers, recently introduced by ST, makes a significant step forward in miniaturization, with packages sized only 2x2x1 mm, available with both 14 and 12-leads pinout.
ST’s portfolio also includes accelerometers for automotive applications, such as the AIS32x family, with extended temperature range and AEC-Q100 qualified, and IISxxx products, that are part of ST’s longevity program and will stay in production for ten years from the date of introduction.
This video on the SensorTile.box Pro Mode shows you how to use this IoT and wearable sensor development kit to create customized wireless applications using an STM32Cube function pack. Use-case on a Human Activity Recognition algorithm included.
Watch this short tutorial on the Expert mode of the SensorTile.box to learn how to use a graphical wizard to build programs without having to write any code.
The first video in the SensorTile.box series of short tutorials will guide you through the pre-recorded examples in the device firmware to help you use IoT and wearable sensor applications.
LIS2DTW12: Temperature sensor combined with a 3-axis MEMS accelerometer
The LIS2DTW12 is the first hybrid combo sensor of the T-Plus family. It is an accelerometer coupled with a precise temperature sensor to offer additional levels of integration.
Together: integrated solution for higher accuracy, lower power consumption