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Saelig Debuts 3 Axis Acceleration Sensor

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Saelig Debuts 3 Axis Acceleration Sensor

Saelig Company, Inc. has introduced JoyWarrior24F14, a high-resolution USB-connected 3-axis acceleration sensor with a 125μg sensitivity.

The new USB-powered JoyWarrior24F14 offers acceleration resolution down to 125μg. JoyWarrior24F14 modules are based on a MEMS sensor and measure with 14-bit resolution in the ranges ±1g, ±1.5g, ±2g, ±3g, ±4g, ±8g, or ±16g, delivering 125 results per second.

Since JoyWarrior24F14 enumerates and works as a joystick, accessing the data can be done via the operating system’s joystick API without installing any specific drivers.

The included software operates on Windows and Mac OS X platforms, and contains a configuration tool to set the sensor parameters, with tilt angle measuring, a calibration tool, and a simple data recorder. Small size (30 x 33 x 5mm) and a low mass (<5g) allow installation of the sensor in many situations. The modules are suitable for acceleration, tilt, and low frequency vibration sensing, as well as for human input applications. An additional 8 digital inputs are available for buttons or other logic signals.

JoyWarrior24F14 is available now from Saelig, with prices starting at $37.40.

For more information, visit Saelig.

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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