NXP FXLS89xx Series Accelerometers

NXP FXLS89xx Series Accelerometers

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NXP’s three-axis accelerometers are ideal for automotive, IoT, and medical applications

NXP’s FXLS8964AF is a compact three-axis accelerometer designed for applications requiring ultra-low-power wakeup when detecting motion. The combination of sensor performance, system power-saving features, and extended overtemperature-range performance makes the FXLS8964AF an ideal accelerometer for automotive key fob applications.

The FXLS8967AF is a compact three-axis MEMS accelerometer designed for use in a wide range of automotive security and convenience applications that require ultra-low-power wakeup when detecting motion. The combination of sensor performance, system power-saving features, and extended overtemperature-range performance makes the FXLS8967AF an ideal accelerometer for automotive security and convenience applications.

The FXLS8974CF is a compact three-axis MEMS accelerometer designed for use in a wide range of industrial and medical IoT applications that require ultra-low-power wake-up when detecting motion. The part supports both high-performance and low-power operating modes, allowing maximum flexibility to meet the resolution and power needs for various unique use cases. The combination of sensor performance, system power-saving features, and extended overtemperature range performance makes the FXLS8974CF an ideal accelerometer for motion sensing in the IoT.

The FXLS8964AF and FXLS8967AF devices are AEC-Q100-qualified and operate over the extended -40°C to +105°C temperature range. These parts support both high-performance and low-power operating modes, allowing maximum flexibility to meet the resolution and power needs for various unique use cases.

FXLS89xx devices are available in a 2 mm x 2 mm x 0.95 mm, ten-pin DFN package with a 0.4 mm pitch and wettable flanks.

These smart sensors include advanced digital features such as the SDCD block for inertial event detection, auto wake/sleep, 32 sample FIFO/LIFO buffer, and a single-wire interface, ensuring overall power savings and simplified host data collection.

Features

  • Ultra-low power: less than 1 µA in low-power wake-up mode (0.78 Hz to 6.25 Hz ODR)
  • Sensor data change detection (SDCD) function: highly configurable digital window comparator for easy and efficient implementation of low-power motion detection
  • Self-test diagnostic: can be run in the field to assess device health (unaffected by device orientation or motion)
  • ±2 to ±16g (user selectable) full-scale range
  • 12-bit sensor data output resolution
  • I2C/SPI (pin-configurable) digital interfaces
  • 2×2 DFN package, 0.4 mm pitch with wettable flanks
  • -40°C to +105°C operating temperature, AECQ-100 auto/industrial qualified
  • EMC class III compliant

more information: https://www.nxp.com/products/sensors/accelerometers/2g-4g-8g-16g-low-power-12-bit-digital-accelerometer:FXLS8964AF

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