Farnell stocks the latest accelerometer, boards and analogue switch from Analog Devices
The ADXL314 is an automotive qualified, 3-axis accelerometer offering a full-scale range of ±200 gee and a 13-bit resolution to make it excellent for precision sensing in a variety of applications. The 5mm x 5mm x 1.45mm LFCSP package, wide temperature range up to 125 degree C, triaxial output and digital interface (SPI or I2C) make it easy to integrate into almost any system.
EVAL-ADXL314Z Board: A simple evaluation board designed for assessing the capabilities of the ADXL314. Its straightforward setup makes it particularly suitable for appraising the ADXL314 within an already established system, while compact dimensions and robust construction help ensure that its impact on both the overall system and the accuracy of acceleration measurements remains minimal.
ADG1412L Analogue Switch: A monolithic CMOS device using the iCMOS process, blending high voltage CMOS and bipolar technologies. With four independent switches, it maintains consistent on-resistance over the analogue range for excellent linearity (1.5Ohm typical) during bidirectional signal switching. The ADG1412L contains four independent SPST switches, and these switches are turned on with Logic 1. Each switch conducts equally well in both directions when on and has an input signal range that extends to the supplies. In the off condition, signal levels up to the supplies are blocked. The ADG1412L supports flexible lower logic control through an external VL supply and is compliant with both 1.2 V and 1.8 V JEDEC standards. Its versatility makes it well-suited for various applications such as automated test equipment, data acquisition systems and battery-powered devices.
EVAL-ADG1412LEBZ Board: The EVAL-ADG1412LEBZ serves as the evaluation board for the ADG1412L, featuring four independent SPST switches activated by Logic 1. It supports 1.2/1.8V logic-input signals from FPGAs or MCUs through single inline headers. Passive components can be added via SMD pin resistor or capacitor sockets. Input and output signals are adaptable with SMB connector sockets, and power is facilitated by three screw terminals. A 5-pin header accommodates user-defined digital voltage.
EVAL-ADGM1144SDZ Board: The board is used for evaluating the ADGM1144 MEMS switch, which is a dual-chip RF (radio frequency) switching solution. The switch employs ADI’s MEMS technology, which offers wide bandwidth, high power handling capacity and exceptional linearity. The control chip generates the high-voltage signals needed for the MEMS switch and allows the user to control its operation through a metal-oxide semiconductor (CMOS)/low voltage transistor to transistor logic (LVTTL)-compliant parallel-interface as well as through a serial-peripheral interface (SPI). It is possible to daisy-chain multiple ADGM1144 devices together to enable the configuration of multiple devices. With a single-supply voltage of 3.3V, the MEMS switch is designed to operate from DC to 18 GHz.
ADL8106-EVALZ Board: The ADL8106-EVALZ is a 4-layer printed circuit board. The internal and bottom side layers are all ground. The RFIN and RFOUT ports on the ADL8106-EVALZ are populated with 1.85mm, female coaxial connectors, and the respective RF traces have a 50Ohm characteristic impedance. The ADL8106-EVALZ is populated with components suitable for use over the entire −40 to +85 degree C operating temperature range of the ADL8106.