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KXSS5-4457
Tri-Axis, 2.5g - 8g, Digital (I2C or SPI), 3x5x0.9mm LGA - KXSS5-4457

The KXSS5 is a high-performance, low-power, digital tri-axis accelerometer with integrated freefall and high-g drop detection algorithms, either of which can flag a drop event. The accelerometer can use either I2C or SPI digital interfaces to communicate with the chip to trigger A/D conversions, set thresholds or threshold delays, or manage power consumption. The KXSS5 is delivered in a 3 x 5 x 0.9 mm, 14-pin, LGA package with an operating temperature range of -40°C to +85°C. The KXSS5 offers a full-scale output range of ±3g and operates from 1.8 V to 3.6 V DC supply.

Not Recommended for New Designs.

FEATURES:

  • Factory-programmable, internal low-pass filter
  • Digital I2C/SPI interface and analog outputs
  • Current consumption: 0.0012 µA in standby and 1000 µA at full power
  • Supply voltage range: 1.8 V to 3.6 V
  • Factory-programmable ±2.5g to ±8g range
  • Embedded features
  • Free-fall interrupt
  • High g interrupt
  • Self-test function
  • RoHS compliant

Highlights

  • I2C, SPI or Analog output
  • Excellent performance over temperature
  • Embedded algorithms for free-fall and drop detection

Product Specifications

Axis G Range Sensitivity Noise (µg/√Hz) Resolution Package Size Pins Package Type Interface Output Wakeup Operating Temperature (Min.)[°C] Operating Temperature (Max.)[°C] Supply Voltage [V] Current Consumption
3 3g 546, (mV/g) 175 8-bit 3x5x0.9mm 14-pin LGA Digital (I²C or SPI) and Analog No -40 85 2 400-1000 μA

EVALUATION BOARDS

PART NUMBER BUY NOW DESCRIPTION DOCUMENTATION
EVAL-KXSS5-4457 Cart KXSS5-4457 Evaluation Board Board Layout
Board Schematic

Developer Tools

Buy Now Description
USBDEVKIT Cart This Kit is composed of a Kionix Evaluation Board on which is soldered a customer-specified 3.3V Kionix accelerometer product, a Silicon Labs C8051F340DK that provides the microprocessor control and USB interface, and a Kionix F340 Adapter Board that provides the link between the Kionix Evaluation Board and the microprocessor.