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MicroGen Motion Sensing Demo using ADXL362Z accelerometer

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Published on Nov 15, 2013

This motion sensing demo uses an Analog Devices (ADI) ADXL362Z accelerometer and Anaren CC110L RF transmitter controlled by a Texas Instruments MSP430G2553 processor. This electronics system is powered entirely by our piezo-MEMS vibration energy harvester based BOLT™ Power Cell (DC power source). The harvester chip inside provides up to 850 microWatts AC, where this demo only needed 100 microWatts AC to function.

The ADI accelerometer is programmed to be sensitive to motion. When it is moved it wakes up and transmits; note the presence of the mote appears (green window) on the laptop screen when the accelerometer is moved. Both X-Y-Z acceleration and temperature are being reported.

For more information please contact us at got.energy@microgensystems.com

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