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TILT-n-SHAKE click

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Author: MikroElektronika Team

Last Updated: 2015-08-27

Category: Measurement

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TILT-n-SHAKE click carries Freescale’s MMA8491Q IC. It’s a multifunctional 3-axis digital accelerometer that can also be configured as a 45-degree Tilt sensor. As an accelerometer, it communicates with the target MCU through mikroBUS™ I2C pins (SCL, SDA).

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TILT-n-SHAKE click board

TILT-n-SHAKE click board

Front and back view of TILT-n-SHAKE click board

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TILT-n-SHAKE click carries Freescale’s MMA8491Q IC. It’s a multifunctional 3-axis digital accelerometer that can also be configured as a 45-degree Tilt sensor. As an accelerometer, it communicates with the target MCU through mikroBUS™ I2C pins (SCL, SDA). When configured as a Tilt sensor, the click board needs only one output pin — INT (interrupt). TILT-n-SHAKE click is designed to use a 3.3V power supply only.

Examples are written for :

-EasyMx PRO v7 for STM32 - STM32F107VC

TILT-n-SHAKE Schematic

TILT-n-SHAKE Schematic

Schematics of the TILT-n-SHAKE Click

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