Solution Selector

Welcome to the new Kionix Solution Selector utility. This module is designed to help you quickly and easily see all the options we offer – hardware, software and firmware – for a wide range of common applications. To use this utility, select an industry segment, then select the application. We also have included a separate selection if you prefer to search by mobile OS platform.

Consumer Electronics

Development KitConsumer electronics is the largest segment within the inertial sensor market. This includes such popular products as gaming devices, mobile phones and tablets, PC notebooks, navigation devices, TV remote controls, toys and many more. Kionix has a number of products that are designed to meet the needs of this market for low power, small size and high performance. Select the application below to see the options for sensors, firmware and software.

Automotive

Development KitAutomotive is a large segment within the MEMS inertial sensor market. Automotive sensors are primarily focused on ensuring safety, comfort, convenience and energy efficiency. There are many automotive applications for MEMS inertial sensors, including sensors for collision detection, vehicle stability control, ride control, navigation, roll over detection, electronic brake control, vehicle security, engine vibration monitoring, hill hold, tire pressure monitoring systems and more. Kionix is ISO TS 16949 certified and has a range of sensors to address these automotive applications.

Health and Fitness

Development KitHealth and fitness is one of the fastest growing application segments in the mobile products market. Pedometers, activity monitors, personal emergency response systems, man down detection, sleep tracking devices, personal blood pressure monitoring devices and a range of body monitoring devices make up much of this segment. Kionix has a number of products and solutions ready-made for this market. Select the application below to get started.Development Kit

Industrial

Development KitIndustrial applications such as robotics, platform stabilization, motion control for industrial machinery, security/surveillance devices, vehicle navigation and others create challenges for the sensors utilized due to environmental issues such as temperature extremes, severe vibration and shock. The information provided by the sensors can be invaluable in improving product and system performance, as well as reliability, safety, and cost of ownership. Kionix has a range of analog and digital products to serve these markets with high precision, low noise, high shock and temperature performance.

Android

Kionix Android platform
Android Basic Implementation

Android powers millions of phones, tablets, and other devices in a wide variety of screen sizes and form factors.  Virtually all Android mobile devices include an accelerometer. Kionix accelerometers are the preferred solution for Android mobile devices thanks to their outstanding performance characteristics coupled with low power consumption and excellent stability.

For a tutorial and overview of accessing and utilizing motion sensors in Android, follow this link to the Android developer site:

 

The Kionix KXTF9 has been our most popular accelerometer for Android mobile devices. Today, we have a broad selection of options for accelerometers for mobile devices featuring even lower power consumption and smaller sizes. The recommended Kionix products for new Android-powered mobile devices are the KXTI9, KXTIA, KXCJ9 and the new 2x2x0.9mm KXTJ2.

To implement any of these within the Android framework you will need an appropriate driver. Kionix has a full listing of all our available drivers and their descriptions on our driver downloads page.

Since many customers are choosing Kionix accelerometers and gyros to replace our competitors' devices, we have created a number of detailed App notes to help guide you through the process. 

Android Advanced and Sensor Fusion

Many Android-powered devices include multiple sensors, which results in a more complex implementation that often requires Sensor Fusion software.

Sensor fusion is a convergence of quaternion, position output, rotation matrix output, Euler output, gravity and linear acceleration.  All of these outputs combine to extract the necessary information, pass it through the application interface (API), and have it available for application developers.  This takes the place of passing raw acceleration data, rate, or heading through the API and expecting that the application developers will understand the physics behind it all.

Kionix's Android sensor library provides a concrete implementation of the sensors hardware abstraction layer (HAL) specified by Google for Android systems.  It forms the middle layer between the low-level kernel drivers and the high-level android java framework.  The Kionix sensor library implements sensor fusion, combining inputs from accelerometer, magnetometer and gyroscope into a composite 3d orientation output.  Power state optimization is included in the library; sensors that are not needed are placed in a low-power mode to conserve device battery power.  The library's internal state-management module also performs data-rate arbitration when 3d orientation output is enabled.

To learn more about our Sensor Fusion software, including developer support information, please visit our Sensor Fusion page.  To view recommended parts for a variety of applications, please select an industry at the top of the page.

Windows

Kionix Window platformCertified for Windows 8

In Windows 8, Microsoft has designated two different approaches to sensor integration. One is referred to as the "hardware" solution, meaning the sensor fusion software runs on an embedded microcontroller, and the other is the "software" solution, meaning the sensor fusion software runs on the Applications processor in the device.

The Kionix sensor fusion solution is extremely flexible, offering both a hardware configuration and a software configuration. This provides unparalleled scalability across the full range of sensor combinations (accelerometer-magnetometer, accelerometer-gyroscope, and accelerometer-magnetometer-gyroscope), regardless of the product lines or hardware configurations used.

In a typical Windows sensor stack, Kionix sensors sit at the base level.  The goal is to get data from the sensors, in this case, an accelerometer, a gyro and a magnetometer, up to a PC application. Going through either an I²C or Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI) bus to a sensor-pulling, data-handling microprocessor requires an extra interface device to initialize all of the sensors and communicate through a USB Human Interface Device to populate the sensor framework inside Windows.

Windows Sensor Stack

In the case of the "software" solution, the sensor data is communicated via I2C or SPI to the APPs processor where it is processed by the sensor fusion software. The fused data is then communicated up to the Windows Sensor Framework via USB.

To learn more about our Sensor Fusion software, including developer support information, please visit our Sensor Fusion page.  To view recommended parts for a variety of applications, please select an industry at the top of the page.

Augmented Reality 
Motion based gaming

Mobile devices are no longer just for making calls or sending texts; because they carry a variety of sensors and can provide intelligent information based on the device's location, they are a gateway to interacting with the world around us.

From simple applications such as a mobile check-in to notify friends of your location, to more complex applications such as navigating a large shopping center and instantaneously receiving information about each store you come across on your smartphone, mobile devices have the power to provide us with a new and intelligent user experience that will complement our daily activities.

This enhanced user experience, known as Augmented Reality, will continue to be driven by the growth of smart sensor information, big data, social media, sensor fusion and geo-location information. By combining all of this sensor data for use in compelling mobile applications, mobile devices can enable the next generation of mobile to human interface.

Imagine knowing exactly where you are in a parking lot when you return from shopping, exactly where your friends are located in a crowded concert or receiving an alert when your friend has arrived at the restaurant to meet you. These common real-world situations can be easily resolved with an augmented reality interface.

Kionix's MEMS accelerometers, gyroscopes, 6-axis combo sensors and sensor fusion solutions provide real-time sensor data and enable the context awareness that drives these next generation mobile augmented reality systems. This context awareness is the bridge that connects your digital world and reality, supplementing your surroundings with real-time information to provide you with a superior mobile experience.

Accelerometers
Part Number Axis G Range Package Type, Size & Pins Interface Output Wakeup Temperature Supply Voltage Current Consumption
KX022-1020 3 2g, 4g, 8g, User-selectable 2x2x0.9mm, 12-pin, LGA Digital SPI/I²C Yes -40 to +85 1.8-3.6 10-145 μA
KX112-1042 3 2g, 4g, 8g, User-selectable 2x2x0.6mm, 12-pin, LGA Digital SPI/I²C Yes -40 to +85 1.8-3.6 10-145 μA
KXCJ9-1008 3 2g, 4g, 8g, User-selectable 3x3x0.9mm, 10-pin, LGA Digital (I²C) Yes -40 to +85 1.8-3.6 10-135 μA
KXTJ2-1009 3 2g, 4g, 8g, User-selectable 2x2x0.9mm, 12-pin, LGA Digital (I²C) Yes -40 to +85 1.8-3.6 10-135 μA
KXCJ9-1018 3 4g, 8g, 16g, User-selectable 3x3x0.9mm, 10-pin, LGA Digital (I²C) Yes -40 to +85 1.8-3.6 10-135 μA
Device Orientation 

A single Kionix tri-axis accelerometer can be used to enable both screen-rotation and device-orientation functions in a handheld electronic device. We offer a number of accelerometers that can be used for screen rotation and device orientation, along with embedded algorithms to achieve a successful implementation.

Accelerometers
Part Number Axis G Range Package Type, Size & Pins Interface Output Wakeup Temperature Supply Voltage Current Consumption
KXTIA-1006 3 2g, 4g, 8g, User-selectable 3x3x0.9mm, 10-pin, LGA Digital (SPI) Yes -40 to +85 1.8-3.6 100-325 μA
KX022-1020 3 2g, 4g, 8g, User-selectable 2x2x0.9mm, 12-pin, LGA Digital SPI/I²C Yes -40 to +85 1.8-3.6 10-145 μA
KXTI9-1001 3 2g, 4g, 8g, User-selectable 3x3x0.9mm, 10-pin, LGA Digital (I²C) Yes -40 to +85 1.8-3.6 100-325 μA
KXTIK-1004 3 2g, 4g, 8g, User-selectable 3x3x0.9mm, 16-pin, LGA Digital (I²C) Yes -40 to +85 1.8-3.6 100-325 μA
KXCNL-1010 3 2g, 4g, 6g, 8g 3x3x0.9mm, 16-pin, LGA Digital (I²C) No -40 to +85 1.8-3.6 8-250µA
Freefall Detection / Drop Protection 

These phrases refer to technology that attempts to avoid or reduce mechanical damage to hard-disk drives prior to impact. This approach is mainly used in laptop computers that are frequently carried around and more prone to impacts than desktop computers. When a tri-axis accelerometer is dropped in any orientation, it is in free-fall and the measured acceleration on all three axes is 0g. Therefore, the total acceleration is zero as well. Total acceleration can be monitored to sense that the accelerometer has been dropped and to measure its free-fall time. Kionix accelerometers are the preferred choice for drop detection due to the range of options we provide, as well as our time-tested free-fall algorithms.

Accelerometers
Part Number Axis G Range Package Type, Size & Pins Interface Output Wakeup Temperature Supply Voltage Current Consumption
KXCJ9-1008 3 2g, 4g, 8g, User-selectable 3x3x0.9mm, 10-pin, LGA Digital (I²C) Yes -40 to +85 1.8-3.6 10-135 μA
KXTH5-4325 3 2.75g 3x5x0.9mm, 14-pin, LGA Multiplexed Analog No -40 to +85 2.5 150-550 μA
KXTH9-2083 3 2.5g 3x3x0.9mm, 10-pin, LGA Multiplexed Analog No -40 to +85 2.5 150-550 μA
KXSS5-2057 3 3g 3x5x0.9mm, 14-pin, LGA Digital (I²C or SPI) and Analog No -40 to +85 3.3 600-1000 μA
KXSS5-3028 3 3g 3x5x0.9mm, 14-pin, LGA Digital (I²C or SPI) and Analog No -40 to +85 2.8 600-1000 μA
KXSS5-4457 3 3g 3x5x0.9mm, 14-pin, LGA Digital (I²C or SPI) and Analog No -40 to +85 1.8 400-1000 μA
KXCNL-1010 3 2g, 4g, 6g, 8g 3x3x0.9mm, 16-pin, LGA Digital (I²C) No -40 to +85 1.8-3.6 8-250µA
KXCJK-1013 3 2g, 4g, 8g, User-selectable 3x3x0.9mm, 16-pin, LGA Digital (I²C) Yes -40 to +85 1.8-3.6 10-135 μA
KXCJK-1038 3 4g, 8g, 16g, User-selectable 3x3x0.9mm, 16-pin, LGA Digital (I²C) Yes -40 to +85 1.8-3.6 10-135 μA
KXCJ9-1018 3 4g, 8g, 16g, User-selectable 3x3x0.9mm, 10-pin, LGA Digital (I²C) Yes -40 to +85 1.8-3.6 10-135 μA
Gesture Recognition 

Gesture Designer is a software engine that, when embedded into device hardware, allows individuals to capture and manage unique signatures for any number of user-generated gestures for motion-enabled functionality in consumer electronics.  Gesture Designer is a library of code from which user-specific, gesture-based commands can be created and managed.  A gesture-based command is a recording of the data that results from the movement of an accelerometer during a gesture event.  Once authenticated by the onboard recognition engine and subsequently stored, this unique command can be used to execute an operation.

Accelerometers
Part Number Axis G Range Package Type, Size & Pins Interface Output Wakeup Temperature Supply Voltage Current Consumption
KXTIA-1006 3 2g, 4g, 8g, User-selectable 3x3x0.9mm, 10-pin, LGA Digital (SPI) Yes -40 to +85 1.8-3.6 100-325 μA
KXTJ2-1009 3 2g, 4g, 8g, User-selectable 2x2x0.9mm, 12-pin, LGA Digital (I²C) Yes -40 to +85 1.8-3.6 10-135 μA
KXTC9-2050 3 2g 3x3x0.9mm, 10-pin, LGA Analog No -40 to +85 3.3 170-310 μA
KXTC9-4100 3 2g 3x3x0.9mm, 10-pin, LGA Analog No -40 to +85 1.8 170-310 μA
KXTI9-1001 3 2g, 4g, 8g, User-selectable 3x3x0.9mm, 10-pin, LGA Digital (I²C) Yes -40 to +85 1.8-3.6 100-325 μA
KXTIK-1004 3 2g, 4g, 8g, User-selectable 3x3x0.9mm, 16-pin, LGA Digital (I²C) Yes -40 to +85 1.8-3.6 100-325 μA
KXCNL-1010 3 2g, 4g, 6g, 8g 3x3x0.9mm, 16-pin, LGA Digital (I²C) No -40 to +85 1.8-3.6 8-250µA
Gyroscopes
Part Number Axis Gyro Full Scale Range Gyroscope Sensitivity Gyro Resolution Interface Output Wakeup Operating Temperature Gyro Current Consumption
KGY23 3 +/-2048, +/-1024, +/-512, +/-256, deg/sec 128, 64, 32, 16, counts/deg/sec 16 bit Digital (I²C) Yes -40 to +85 3.75 mA Typical
KGYS3 3 +/-2048, +/-1024, +/-512, +/-256, deg/sec 128, 64, 32, 16, counts/deg/sec 16 bit Digital (SPI) Yes -40 to +85 3.75 mA Typical
Image Stabilization 

Image stabilization reduces blurring associated with the motion of a camera during exposure. Specifically, it compensates for pan and tilt (angular movement, equivalent to yaw and pitch) of a camera or other imaging device. Both accelerometers and gyroscopes can be used to achieve varying levels of image stabilization.

Accelerometers
Part Number Axis G Range Package Type, Size & Pins Interface Output Wakeup Temperature Supply Voltage Current Consumption
KXTJ2-1009 3 2g, 4g, 8g, User-selectable 2x2x0.9mm, 12-pin, LGA Digital (I²C) Yes -40 to +85 1.8-3.6 10-135 μA
KXTC9-2050 3 2g 3x3x0.9mm, 10-pin, LGA Analog No -40 to +85 3.3 170-310 μA
KXTC9-4100 3 2g 3x3x0.9mm, 10-pin, LGA Analog No -40 to +85 1.8 170-310 μA
KXCNL-1010 3 2g, 4g, 6g, 8g 3x3x0.9mm, 16-pin, LGA Digital (I²C) No -40 to +85 1.8-3.6 8-250µA
MEMS-enabled Remote Controls 

MEMS-enabled remote controls now have the ability to provide end users with an entirely new TV and gaming experience, including high-precision pointing to enable volume, channel, and menu control and built-in gaming functionality to turn your enhanced TV remote into a universal game controller.  Kionix's extensive lineup of high-resolution, low-power, and low-noise accelerometers are ideal for remote control applications.

Accelerometers
Part Number Axis G Range Package Type, Size & Pins Interface Output Wakeup Temperature Supply Voltage Current Consumption
KXCJ9-1008 3 2g, 4g, 8g, User-selectable 3x3x0.9mm, 10-pin, LGA Digital (I²C) Yes -40 to +85 1.8-3.6 10-135 μA
KXTI9-1001 3 2g, 4g, 8g, User-selectable 3x3x0.9mm, 10-pin, LGA Digital (I²C) Yes -40 to +85 1.8-3.6 100-325 μA
KXTIK-1004 3 2g, 4g, 8g, User-selectable 3x3x0.9mm, 16-pin, LGA Digital (I²C) Yes -40 to +85 1.8-3.6 100-325 μA
KXTIA-1006 3 2g, 4g, 8g, User-selectable 3x3x0.9mm, 10-pin, LGA Digital (SPI) Yes -40 to +85 1.8-3.6 100-325 μA
KXTJ2-1009 3 2g, 4g, 8g, User-selectable 2x2x0.9mm, 12-pin, LGA Digital (I²C) Yes -40 to +85 1.8-3.6 10-135 μA
KXTJ9-1007 3 2g, 4g, 8g 3x3x0.9mm, 10-pin, LGA Digital (I²C) Yes -40 to +85 1.8-3.6 10-135 μA
KXCNL-1010 3 2g, 4g, 6g, 8g 3x3x0.9mm, 16-pin, LGA Digital (I²C) No -40 to +85 1.8-3.6 8-250µA
KXCJK-1013 3 2g, 4g, 8g, User-selectable 3x3x0.9mm, 16-pin, LGA Digital (I²C) Yes -40 to +85 1.8-3.6 10-135 μA
KXCJK-1038 3 4g, 8g, 16g, User-selectable 3x3x0.9mm, 16-pin, LGA Digital (I²C) Yes -40 to +85 1.8-3.6 10-135 μA
KXCJ9-1018 3 4g, 8g, 16g, User-selectable 3x3x0.9mm, 10-pin, LGA Digital (I²C) Yes -40 to +85 1.8-3.6 10-135 μA
Motion-based Gaming 
Motion based gaming

Accelerometers have helped create a major category within the video game industry, namely motion-based gaming. All three major game hardware platforms and virtually every smartphone and tablet now can be used for motion-based games thanks to ever smaller, lower power and higher resolution accelerometers.  Gyros have also become important elements in these devices and have further improved the game experience by allowing for more accurate recognition of movement within a space.

Accelerometers
Part Number Axis G Range Package Type, Size & Pins Interface Output Wakeup Temperature Supply Voltage Current Consumption
KXTJ2-1009 3 2g, 4g, 8g, User-selectable 2x2x0.9mm, 12-pin, LGA Digital (I²C) Yes -40 to +85 1.8-3.6 10-135 μA
KXTC9-2050 3 2g 3x3x0.9mm, 10-pin, LGA Analog No -40 to +85 3.3 170-310 μA
KXTC9-4100 3 2g 3x3x0.9mm, 10-pin, LGA Analog No -40 to +85 1.8 170-310 μA
KXR94-1050 3 2g 5x5x1.2mm, 14-pin, DFN Multiplexed Analog No -40 to +85 2.8 500-1400 μA
KXR94-2283 3 2g 5x5x1.2mm, 14-pin, DFN Multiplexed Analog No -40 to +85 5.0 0.50 - 1.40 mA
KXR94-7050 3 2g 5x5x1.2mm, 14-pin, DFN Multiplexed Analog No -40 to +125 3.3 0.82 - 1.15 mA
KXD94-7138 1 5g 5x5x1.2mm, 14-pin, DFN Multiplexed Analog No -40 to +125 5.0 0.70 - 1.50 mA
KXR94-2050 3 2g 5x5x1.2mm, 14-pin, DFN Multiplexed Analog No -40 to +85 3.3 0.8 - 1.25 mA
KXCJ9-1008 3 2g, 4g, 8g, User-selectable 3x3x0.9mm, 10-pin, LGA Digital (I²C) Yes -40 to +85 1.8-3.6 10-135 μA
KXTI9-1001 3 2g, 4g, 8g, User-selectable 3x3x0.9mm, 10-pin, LGA Digital (I²C) Yes -40 to +85 1.8-3.6 100-325 μA
KXCNL-1010 3 2g, 4g, 6g, 8g 3x3x0.9mm, 16-pin, LGA Digital (I²C) No -40 to +85 1.8-3.6 8-250µA
KXCJK-1013 3 2g, 4g, 8g, User-selectable 3x3x0.9mm, 16-pin, LGA Digital (I²C) Yes -40 to +85 1.8-3.6 10-135 μA
KXCJK-1038 3 4g, 8g, 16g, User-selectable 3x3x0.9mm, 16-pin, LGA Digital (I²C) Yes -40 to +85 1.8-3.6 10-135 μA
KXCJ9-1018 3 4g, 8g, 16g, User-selectable 3x3x0.9mm, 10-pin, LGA Digital (I²C) Yes -40 to +85 1.8-3.6 10-135 μA
Gyroscopes
Part Number Axis Gyro Full Scale Range Gyroscope Sensitivity Gyro Resolution Interface Output Wakeup Operating Temperature Gyro Current Consumption
KGY23 3 +/-2048, +/-1024, +/-512, +/-256, deg/sec 128, 64, 32, 16, counts/deg/sec 16 bit Digital (I²C) Yes -40 to +85 3.75 mA Typical
KGYS3 3 +/-2048, +/-1024, +/-512, +/-256, deg/sec 128, 64, 32, 16, counts/deg/sec 16 bit Digital (SPI) Yes -40 to +85 3.75 mA Typical
Navigation / GPS Assist 

Accelerometers improve the accuracy and reliability of navigation functions in handheld devices. The primary use of accelerometers in navigation is tilt compensation for an e-compass, but accelerometers can also be used for dead-reckoning over short periods of time and to supplement GPS systems when signals are briefly unavailable. 

Kionix accelerometers can be easily integrated into handheld electronic-compass applications. Our low noise devices not only help improve compass precision, but can also allow for sampling rates to be decreased, which can provide significant power savings.

Accelerometers
Part Number Axis G Range Package Type, Size & Pins Interface Output Wakeup Temperature Supply Voltage Current Consumption
KXTJ2-1009 3 2g, 4g, 8g, User-selectable 2x2x0.9mm, 12-pin, LGA Digital (I²C) Yes -40 to +85 1.8-3.6 10-135 μA
KXTC9-2050 3 2g 3x3x0.9mm, 10-pin, LGA Analog No -40 to +85 3.3 170-310 μA
KXTC9-4100 3 2g 3x3x0.9mm, 10-pin, LGA Analog No -40 to +85 1.8 170-310 μA
KXR94-1050 3 2g 5x5x1.2mm, 14-pin, DFN Multiplexed Analog No -40 to +85 2.8 500-1400 μA
KXR94-2283 3 2g 5x5x1.2mm, 14-pin, DFN Multiplexed Analog No -40 to +85 5.0 0.50 - 1.40 mA
KXR94-7050 3 2g 5x5x1.2mm, 14-pin, DFN Multiplexed Analog No -40 to +125 3.3 0.82 - 1.15 mA
KXD94-7138 1 5g 5x5x1.2mm, 14-pin, DFN Multiplexed Analog No -40 to +125 5.0 0.70 - 1.50 mA
KXR94-2050 3 2g 5x5x1.2mm, 14-pin, DFN Multiplexed Analog No -40 to +85 3.3 0.8 - 1.25 mA
KXCJ9-1008 3 2g, 4g, 8g, User-selectable 3x3x0.9mm, 10-pin, LGA Digital (I²C) Yes -40 to +85 1.8-3.6 10-135 μA
KXTI9-1001 3 2g, 4g, 8g, User-selectable 3x3x0.9mm, 10-pin, LGA Digital (I²C) Yes -40 to +85 1.8-3.6 100-325 μA
KXCNL-1010 3 2g, 4g, 6g, 8g 3x3x0.9mm, 16-pin, LGA Digital (I²C) No -40 to +85 1.8-3.6 8-250µA
KXCJK-1013 3 2g, 4g, 8g, User-selectable 3x3x0.9mm, 16-pin, LGA Digital (I²C) Yes -40 to +85 1.8-3.6 10-135 μA
KXCJK-1038 3 4g, 8g, 16g, User-selectable 3x3x0.9mm, 16-pin, LGA Digital (I²C) Yes -40 to +85 1.8-3.6 10-135 μA
KXCJ9-1018 3 4g, 8g, 16g, User-selectable 3x3x0.9mm, 10-pin, LGA Digital (I²C) Yes -40 to +85 1.8-3.6 10-135 μA
Gyroscopes
Part Number Axis Gyro Full Scale Range Gyroscope Sensitivity Gyro Resolution Interface Output Wakeup Operating Temperature Gyro Current Consumption
KGY23 3 +/-2048, +/-1024, +/-512, +/-256, deg/sec 128, 64, 32, 16, counts/deg/sec 16 bit Digital (I²C) Yes -40 to +85 3.75 mA Typical
KGYS3 3 +/-2048, +/-1024, +/-512, +/-256, deg/sec 128, 64, 32, 16, counts/deg/sec 16 bit Digital (SPI) Yes -40 to +85 3.75 mA Typical
Power Management, Wake-up, Active / Inactive 

Reducing current consumption to enhance battery life is a primary focus for all mobile-device developers. Accelerometers with programmable interrupts or an embedded wake-up algorithm play an important role in the system by duty-cycling various other components that consume large amounts of power, but that don't need to be in the "on" state all the time. Kionix offers a number of accelerometers with programmable interrupts and embedded wake-up features

Accelerometers
Part Number Axis G Range Package Type, Size & Pins Interface Output Wakeup Temperature Supply Voltage Current Consumption
KXTIK-1004 3 2g, 4g, 8g, User-selectable 3x3x0.9mm, 16-pin, LGA Digital (I²C) Yes -40 to +85 1.8-3.6 100-325 μA
KXTIA-1006 3 2g, 4g, 8g, User-selectable 3x3x0.9mm, 10-pin, LGA Digital (SPI) Yes -40 to +85 1.8-3.6 100-325 μA
KXTJ2-1009 3 2g, 4g, 8g, User-selectable 2x2x0.9mm, 12-pin, LGA Digital (I²C) Yes -40 to +85 1.8-3.6 10-135 μA
KXCJ9-1008 3 2g, 4g, 8g, User-selectable 3x3x0.9mm, 10-pin, LGA Digital (I²C) Yes -40 to +85 1.8-3.6 10-135 μA
KXTI9-1001 3 2g, 4g, 8g, User-selectable 3x3x0.9mm, 10-pin, LGA Digital (I²C) Yes -40 to +85 1.8-3.6 100-325 μA
KXCNL-1010 3 2g, 4g, 6g, 8g 3x3x0.9mm, 16-pin, LGA Digital (I²C) No -40 to +85 1.8-3.6 8-250µA
KXCJK-1013 3 2g, 4g, 8g, User-selectable 3x3x0.9mm, 16-pin, LGA Digital (I²C) Yes -40 to +85 1.8-3.6 10-135 μA
KXCJK-1038 3 4g, 8g, 16g, User-selectable 3x3x0.9mm, 16-pin, LGA Digital (I²C) Yes -40 to +85 1.8-3.6 10-135 μA
KXCJ9-1018 3 4g, 8g, 16g, User-selectable 3x3x0.9mm, 10-pin, LGA Digital (I²C) Yes -40 to +85 1.8-3.6 10-135 μA
Tap Detection 

"Tap" can be a compelling addition to a user interface in any number of products. Kionix was an innovator of the tap-detection technology, including Directional Tap/Double Tap™, which allows a device to detect the direction of a tap and distinguish between a single tap and a double tap. This capability is available on a number of our digital accelerometers thanks to our advanced sense elements and sophisticated embedded algorithms.

Accelerometers
Part Number Axis G Range Package Type, Size & Pins Interface Output Wakeup Temperature Supply Voltage Current Consumption
KXTIA-1006 3 2g, 4g, 8g, User-selectable 3x3x0.9mm, 10-pin, LGA Digital (SPI) Yes -40 to +85 1.8-3.6 100-325 μA
KXTI9-1001 3 2g, 4g, 8g, User-selectable 3x3x0.9mm, 10-pin, LGA Digital (I²C) Yes -40 to +85 1.8-3.6 100-325 μA
KXTIK-1004 3 2g, 4g, 8g, User-selectable 3x3x0.9mm, 16-pin, LGA Digital (I²C) Yes -40 to +85 1.8-3.6 100-325 μA
KXCNL-1010 3 2g, 4g, 6g, 8g 3x3x0.9mm, 16-pin, LGA Digital (I²C) No -40 to +85 1.8-3.6 8-250µA
Tilt / Inclination Detection 

Tilt/Inclination sensing is a common application for low-g accelerometers. In today's motion-enabled world, tilt-sensing opportunities exist in a variety of industries, such as automotive, consumer electronics and military/aerospace. While virtually all Kionix accelerometers can be used for this application, we recommend the following parts in order to achieve the best performance possible:

Accelerometers
Part Number Axis G Range Package Type, Size & Pins Interface Output Wakeup Temperature Supply Voltage Current Consumption
KXTIA-1006 3 2g, 4g, 8g, User-selectable 3x3x0.9mm, 10-pin, LGA Digital (SPI) Yes -40 to +85 1.8-3.6 100-325 μA
KXTJ2-1009 3 2g, 4g, 8g, User-selectable 2x2x0.9mm, 12-pin, LGA Digital (I²C) Yes -40 to +85 1.8-3.6 10-135 μA
KXTC9-2050 3 2g 3x3x0.9mm, 10-pin, LGA Analog No -40 to +85 3.3 170-310 μA
KXTC9-4100 3 2g 3x3x0.9mm, 10-pin, LGA Analog No -40 to +85 1.8 170-310 μA
KXR94-1050 3 2g 5x5x1.2mm, 14-pin, DFN Multiplexed Analog No -40 to +85 2.8 500-1400 μA
KXR94-2283 3 2g 5x5x1.2mm, 14-pin, DFN Multiplexed Analog No -40 to +85 5.0 0.50 - 1.40 mA
KXR94-2050 3 2g 5x5x1.2mm, 14-pin, DFN Multiplexed Analog No -40 to +85 3.3 0.8 - 1.25 mA
KXTI9-1001 3 2g, 4g, 8g, User-selectable 3x3x0.9mm, 10-pin, LGA Digital (I²C) Yes -40 to +85 1.8-3.6 100-325 μA
KXTIK-1004 3 2g, 4g, 8g, User-selectable 3x3x0.9mm, 16-pin, LGA Digital (I²C) Yes -40 to +85 1.8-3.6 100-325 μA
KXCNL-1010 3 2g, 4g, 6g, 8g 3x3x0.9mm, 16-pin, LGA Digital (I²C) No -40 to +85 1.8-3.6 8-250µA