- Three axis sensing, 10-bit precision with ±2g/±4g/±8g/±16g selectable scaling
- Both I2C (2 possible addresses) and SPI interface option
- Plus 3 additional ADC inputs you can read over I2C
- Multiple data rate options 1 Hz to 5Khz
- Tap, Double-tap, orientation & freefall detection
We kept seeing this accelerometer in teardowns of commercial products and figured that if it's the most-commonly used accelerometer, its worth having a breakout board! The LIS3DH is a very popular low power triple-axis accelerometer. It's low-cost, but has just about every 'extra' you'd want in an accelerometer plus you get an added 3.3V regulator + level shifting, so you can safely use with any Arduino or microcontroller without the need for an external level shifter.
This sensor communicates over I2C or SPI (our library code supports both) so you can share it with a bunch of other sensors on the same I2C bus. There's an address selection pin so you can have two accelerometers share an I2C bus.
Since it's a 3V sensor, we add a low-dropout 3.3V regulator and level shifting circuitry on board. That means its perfectly safe for use with 3V or 5V power and logic. It's fully assembled and tested. Comes with a bit of 0.1" standard header in case you want to use it with a breadboard or perfboard. Two 2.5mm (0.1") mounting holes for easy attachment.
Fully Assembled and tested
1- 0.1" standard header
Mounting Holes: 2.5mm(0.1") holes
Rated Voltage: 5V
Current (at DC 5V): 1.1A
DC Resistance: 4.5 ± 5% Ω
Throw (at DC 5V): 3mm / 80g
Lead Length: ~57mm / 2.2"