Industry Ecosystem

Industry Ecosystem

Kionix collaborates with many companies to create development tools and solutions that make it easier for our customers to incorporate Kionix accelerometers and gyroscopes into their designs. Below are descriptions of some of these tools and solutions.


A non-invasive machine health mointoring solution titled TIDA-01575 has been developed by Texas Instruments using the Kionix KXTC9-3672 tri axis accelerometer. This single solution provides vibration measurement in three axes along with many other industry-leading features.

About Texas Instruments: A global analog and digital semiconductor IC design and manufacturing company with analog technologies, as well as digital signal processing (DSP) and microcontroller (MCU) semiconductors.


At the heart of many of today's most advanced devices there's a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor enabling a world of next-level experiences. Each tier of Snapdragon processors is designed to give mobile users a perfect balance of power and efficiency. The result is a broad spectrum of mobile technology that is innovative enough to carry the name Snapdragon.

Numerous Kionix products are validated on the Qualcomm Snapdragon platform: to view all of them visit the:  Qualcomm drivers table 

Learn more about Qualcomm Snapdragon processors here.

Kionix Solution: The Cypress CY8CKIT-059 prototyping kit working together with the KX126 Kionix accelerometer and the RoKix Adapter Board A3 provides a powerful solution for collecting accurate and versatile acceleration data. This solution also comes with an easy to use live graphic user interface and data recorder called RoKiX Windows GUI. For more detail visit the view the User guide.

Cypress Solution: The CY8CKIT-044 PSoC® 4 M-Series Pioneer Kit allows for flexible prototyping. The kit features a set of on-board sensors, including a Kionix 3 axis accelerometer.

About Cypress Semiconductor: High-performance, mixed-signal, programmable solutions that provide customers with rapid time-to-market and exceptional system value.

The Mikroe  mikroBUS™ and click board™ platforms run using the KXTJ3 and KX126 accelerometers .

The 7 click is a tri-axis acceleration sensing Click board™ powered by the KXTJ3-1057 14-bit tri-axis digital accelerometer. This sensor was developed using proprietary Kionix micromachining technology, resulting in high accuracy and excellent noise immunity. Accel 7 click supports a wide range of applications that require low power consumption, fast response, precision, and reliability. As such it can be used for motion detection, display orientation, HID applications, drop detection applications (for warranty logging), and similar applications that rely on acceleration and motion-sensing.

The Pedometer 3 click is a tri-axis acceleration sensing Click board™ utilizing the KX126-1063. An advanced three-axis acceleration sensor, the KX126-1063 includes an embedded pedometer algorithm. Pedometer 3 click is the perfect choice for the development of applications which benefit from integrated motion processing digital engines.

Both are available from MikroElektronika, DigiKey, and Mouser, and are offered in a package that includes the mikroSDK™ software and a library with all available functions. These Click boards™ come as fully tested and approved prototypes, making them reliable devices ready to use on development boards.

About Mikroe: Mikroe is a fast-growing company that produces entire development toolchains for all major microcontroller architectures