Tiny9: 3-Axis LIS2HH12 Accelerometer Module
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The LIS2HH12TR is a small, thin, low power, complete 3-axis accelerometer with signal conditioned I2C/SPI outputs that measures acceleration with a full-scale range of ±2g-8g. It has a 15bit resolution for +/-2g.
This breakout board will work great for your Arduino, Rasberry Pi, personal inventions, or for projects for your company.
This board has broken out all the pins you’ll need to get the necessary data from the accelerometers. The breakout is perfect for applications for robotic arms, hover boards, game controllers, image stabilization, etc. Getting the LIS2HH12TR Breakout set-up is easy. Simply supply the accelerometer with power (3.3V and GND), and then communication I2C or SPI. Bandwidths can even be selected to suit the needed application, with a range of 10 Hz to 800 Hz.
It should be noted that this breakout has a maximum voltage of 4.8V (Beyond this it will break)
Fortunately, you won’t need a lot of power to make the accelerometers work. In normal operating mode they typically draw about 180 µA.