Advanced MEMS sensors for multiple applications; taking accuracy to the next level!
±2g sensing range open loop accelerometer
MAXL-OL-2002 is a state-of-the-art inertial sensor based on a unique MEMS device, designed to provide high stability and low noise measurement.
Accelerometer’s equivalent noise density values below 1.2 µg/√Hz, one year bias repeatability of 0.5 mg enable excellent measurement accuracy for tilt and seismic detection applications.
A specially developed ASIC utilized in MAXL-OL-2002 produces a differential analog voltage output proportional to acceleration along with a temperature – proportional voltage output that can be used for system needs. The output voltage range is ± 1.2 V.
A highly advanced device, the MAXL-OL-2002 provides a sensing range of ± 2 g, it operates from a single power supply voltage of 3.3 V with <13 mA current consumption. The sensor is packaged in a hermetically sealed LCC20 ceramic package.
- Sensing range: ±2 g
- Equivalent Noise density in band: 1.2 µg/√Hz (max)
- Bias repeatability: 0.5 mg (1σ)
- Scale factor repeatability: 600 ppm (1σ)
- Non linearity: 0.7% of input acceleration (1σ)