Tri-Axis, User Selectable 2g, 4g, 8g, Digital (I²C) Output, 3x3x0.9mm LGA - KXTI9-1001
The Kionix KXTI9 is a low power, high performance tri-axis accelerometer with digital I²C output. The KXTI9 features user selectable parameters including 8 or 12 bit modes, g-ranges from +- 2, 4 or 8g, and Output Data Rates from 12.5 Hz to 800 Hz. A 252 byte FIFO/FILO buffer offers programmable watermark interrupt and provides a triggered low resolution or high resolution mode.
Pin and register compatible with Kionix’ popular KXTF9, the KXTI9 features enhanced embedded Screen Rotation, Directional Tap/Double Tap, Orientation Detection and Low Power Motion Interrupt.
The KXTI9 has internal voltage regulators that allow operation from 1.8 V to 3.6 V and is delivered in a 3 x 3 x 0.9 mm, 10-pin, LGA package with an operating temperature range of -40°C to +85°C.
Not Recommended for New Designs.
- Pin compatible to KXTF9
- Lower operating and standby power
- FIFO Buffer
- Internal voltage regulator
|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||2g, 4g, 8g, User-selectable||64, 32, 16 (8-bit), 1024, 512, 256 (12-bit), (counts/g)||-||8-bit, 12-bit, 14-bit||3x3x0.9mm||10-pin||LGA||Digital (I²C)||Yes||-40||85||1.8-3.6||100-325 μA|
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