We have been storing ADXL330 since the very beginning, maybe it’s time to cater new needs with better layout. Also, any suggestions/demand to Gyroscope other than IDG300?
I do not create a comment, but after looking at a great deal of responses here Which Gyro and Accelerometer would you name? | Seeed Studio Blog. I actually do have a couple of questions for you if you don’t mind. Is it only me or does it look like like a few of the comments appear like they are written by brain dead individuals? 😛 And, if you are posting at other sites, I’d like to keep up with anything new you have to post. Could you post a list of the complete urls of your social sites like your linkedin profile, Facebook page or twitter feed?
I got my MMA7660 today. Thanks Eric, Fan, and the rest of Seeedstudio!!
good choice, look forward to seeing it for sale. that’s going above and beyond, we left some feedback/opinions for yous so we get to test out the prototypes!?
We chose accelerometer chip MMA7660, prototypesh will be sent to above friends. Thanks for the inputs!
We have chosen ITG-3200 as Gyro module, which is 3 axis with I2C interface.
I also felt that digital output accelerometer, like freescale MMA745xL, is more convenient to work with compared to analog output version.
Don’t really use gyros but for an accelerometer how about just going up to the ADXL 345. I just prefer the digital interface to analog and prefer I2C to SPI personally.
I have been wanting to play with a 6-DOF board for some time, but the price seems awful high on the few that are out there. I do not know if this is always the case, but a reasonably accurate low end accel and gryo is what I would want. It appears for most useful purposes you need both in all 3 axis.
Whichever gyro and accel you choose, I would love to see a small 6-DOF board, maybe similar to such products:
HK401B Gyros are very good, but if you could find a cheaper source of them that would be better.
How about some digital sensors? The MMA7455 is a very cheap and useful 3-axis I2C accelerometer from Freescale. Nobody seems to sell breakout boards for them. Similarly, the ITG-3200 is a new I2C 3-axis gyro, but it’s a little expensive.
The ADXL330 has lots of documentation for use with Arduino based projects. There are some pretty nice options out there like Freescale’s MMA7361L three-axis analog accelerometer. Which is a low cost alternative to the 330.
For Gyro maybe ADXRS610.
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