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koneur Dec9-09 06:31 AM

accelerometer help plzz
 
hi everybody..i have homework to design accelerometer can anyone help me from where to start i hav no idea about accelerometers know only that it measures acceleration of motors no experience to design..which sensors to use..or where can i find sample circuit diagram of accelerometer?

berkeman Dec9-09 12:07 PM

Re: accelerometer help plzz
 
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Quote by koneur (Post 2483046)
hi everybody..i have homework to design accelerometer can anyone help me from where to start i hav no idea about accelerometers know only that it measures acceleration of motors no experience to design..which sensors to use..or where can i find sample circuit diagram of accelerometer?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Accelerometer

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vishal007win Dec9-09 12:31 PM

Re: accelerometer help plzz
 
http://www.memsuniverse.com/?page_id=1548

koneur Dec13-09 04:42 PM

Re: accelerometer help plzz
 
oh i know about wiki ))) but thanks anyway..vishal007win there is accelerometer with detailed and formulas valid for all types of accelerometers?

koneur Dec13-09 04:49 PM

Re: accelerometer help plzz
 
i mean accelerometers used with motors

vishal007win Dec13-09 05:06 PM

Re: accelerometer help plzz
 
be more specific then i can help you better!
as in what is the acceleration limit? what is frequency response?

http://www.omega.com/prodinfo/accelerometers.html

Cyrus Dec13-09 06:22 PM

Re: accelerometer help plzz
 
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Quote by koneur (Post 2490054)
oh i know about wiki ))) but thanks anyway..vishal007win there is accelerometer with detailed and formulas valid for all types of accelerometers?

Is this homework for a high school assignment?

koneur Dec14-09 04:45 AM

Re: accelerometer help plzz
 
yes..

Cyrus Dec14-09 06:31 AM

Re: accelerometer help plzz
 
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Quote by koneur (Post 2490922)
yes..

Ah, that explains much. :smile:

So, unfortunately there is no 'accelerometer formulas' (to my knowledge) where you can simply plug in numbers and it spits out values.

koneur Dec14-09 06:38 AM

Re: accelerometer help plzz
 
thanks much


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