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Freescale Xtrinsic Sensor Board for Raspberry Pi and FRDM

The MEMS Sensor Evaluation Board features an accelerometer, pressure sensor and a magnetometer, making it an ideal platform for developing projects and designs with the Raspberry Pi.  It can also be used with other boards through I²C.

The MEMS Sensors Evaluation Board features:

  • Compatible with Raspberry Pi and FRDM-KL25Z
  • Works with Development Kits through I²C
  • High-Precision Pressure Sensor [50 to 110kPa, 2.5v]
  • Low-power 3D Magnetomete
  • 3-Axis, Digital Accelerometer
Xtrinsic Sensor Board

Product Description

The MEMS Sensor Evaluation Board is an ideal platform for developing projects and designs with the Raspberry Pi that measure motion, altitude, pressure, as well as detection of magnetic fields and physical position. It features an accelerometer, pressure sensor and a magnetometer, and can also be interfaced with other boards through I²C.

The board comes with device drivers and sample codes, making it easy to evaluate and demonstrate the performance of the sensors with the Raspberry Pi. 

The MEMS Sensor Evaluation Board features:

  • Raspberry Pi compatible connector, drivers and software
  • Freescale Freedom KL25Z compatible connector, drivers and software
  • Arduino compatible footprint (drivers not included)
  • MPL3115 - High-Precision Pressure Sensor [50 to 110kPa, 2.5v]
  • MAG3110 - Low-power 3D Magnetometer
  • MMA8491Q - 3-Axis, Digital Accelerometer

Kit Content:

  • MEMS Sensor Evaluation Board
  • Quick Start Guide

Key Applications:

  • eCompass
  • Mobile Phones/Tablet Computers
  • Remote Control/Wireless Mouse
  • Game Consoles
  • Navigation Devices
  • Medical Devices

 

Well connected – it’s compatible with both the Raspberry Pi and Freescale Freedom KL25Z, including connectors, drivers and software.

 

Versatile – the board has an Arduino compatible footprint (drivers not included) and can be used with other boards through I²C.

 

Multiple sensors – it includes an MPL3115 high-precision pressure sensor [50 to 110kPa, 2.5v], a MAG3110 low-power 3D magnetometer and a MMA8491Q 3-Axis digital accelerometer.

 

 
 
   

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