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The ADXL335 accelerometer connected to a Beagle Bone.
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This image shows an ADXL335 accelerometer connected to a Beagle Bone.
  
 
The Z axis is connected to AIN0, Y to AIN2, and X to AIN6. The ADXL335 is powered by the 3.3 V  output on the P9 connector (Pin 3), which means that the accelerometer output must be divided into the 0-1.8 V range (voltage dividers shown here with 10kOhm resistors).
 
The Z axis is connected to AIN0, Y to AIN2, and X to AIN6. The ADXL335 is powered by the 3.3 V  output on the P9 connector (Pin 3), which means that the accelerometer output must be divided into the 0-1.8 V range (voltage dividers shown here with 10kOhm resistors).
  
 
A 1 uF capacitor is placed between Vs and GND to help reduce noise in the accelerometer output.
 
A 1 uF capacitor is placed between Vs and GND to help reduce noise in the accelerometer output.

Latest revision as of 21:40, 22 September 2012

This image shows an ADXL335 accelerometer connected to a Beagle Bone.

The Z axis is connected to AIN0, Y to AIN2, and X to AIN6. The ADXL335 is powered by the 3.3 V output on the P9 connector (Pin 3), which means that the accelerometer output must be divided into the 0-1.8 V range (voltage dividers shown here with 10kOhm resistors).

A 1 uF capacitor is placed between Vs and GND to help reduce noise in the accelerometer output.

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