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Tri-Axis, Low Power, Digital (I²C), 4x4x0.9mm LGA - KGY23

The KGY23 is a low-power, I2C, 3-axis gyroscope designed for high-volume consumer applications. This gyro features user-selectable bandwidth, flexible output ranges and excellent bias stability over temperature, as well as low noise at 0.03 deg/sec/vHz. The KGY23 is packaged in a 24-pin, 4 x 4 x 0.9 mm, 24-pin, LGA package



  • Operating current consumption of 3.75 mA
  • A wide, user-programmable, full-scale range of ±256, ±512, ±1024, and ±2048 °/sec
  • I2C digital serial interface bus communication
  • User-definable bandwidth via a control register of 10, 20, 40, 160 Hz
  • An embedded temperature sensor that ensures a fast 50ms power-up time
  • An internal 1024 byte FIFO buffer to accumulate data and efficiently transmit it to the customers’ external applications processor
  • Access to supply voltages between 2.6V and 3.3V and digital communication voltages between 1.8V and 3.3V


  • High Stability

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Product Specifications

Axis Gyro Full Scale Range Sensitivity Noise (µg/√Hz) Resolution Package Size Pins Package Type Interface Output Operating Temperature (Min.)[°C] Operating Temperature (Max.)[°C] Supply Voltage [V]
3 +/-2048, +/-1024, +/-512, +/-256, º/sec 128, 64, 32, 16, counts/deg/sec - 16-bit 4x4x0.9mm 24-pin LGA Digital (I²C) -40 85 2.6-3.3


EVAL-KGY23 Cart KGY23 Evaluation Board

Developer Tools

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IoT Evaluation and Development Kit Cart Kionix's IoT evaluation kit utilizes hardware platform based on Nordic Semiconductor's Bluetooth LE SoC. The compact (27/32mm x 4.2mm), highly integrated modular sensor system integrates Kionix's accelerometer (KX122-1037), combo accel-mag (KMX62-1031), and combo accel-gyro (KXG07) sensors along with ROHM's barometric pressure sensor (BM1383AGLV). Additional sensors can be evaluated using the add-on board that can fit inside the kit. This enables measurement of 3D acceleration, 3D magnetism, 3D rotation, air pressure, and temperature, making it ideal for training, prototyping, and initial set development of IoT and wearable applications.