Thursday, April 30, 2009

Freescale Sensors Enhance Motion Sensitivity in Handheld Devices

The company’s advanced 3-axis digital MEMS accelerometers eliminate the need for A/D converters and are supported by extensive development tools for quick integration with mobile devices. Freescale Semiconductor has introduced two advanced 3-axis digital accelerometers to help mobile device developers meet the demand for sleeker, more sophisticated portable electronics products. Based on Freescale’s proven micro-electromechanical system (MEMS) technology, the MMA7455L and MMA7456L accelerometers enable low power consumption and motion sensing within a small form factor, making them ideal for cell phones and portable media players. The MEMS devices also can be used as drop-in replacements for customer designs already in production. The MMA745xL 3-axis accelerometers provide digital output, a key capability that eliminates the need for an extra A/D converter and enables flexible board layout options.… View this post

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