Monnit wireless accelerometers can be used in a host of applications where knowing impact, vibration, inclination, etc. is required.
The wireless accelerometer - G-Force snapshot sensor activates at a set time interval (defined by user) and measures g-force along X, Y and Z axes. Primary use is as an inclinometer or tilt sensor. There are three operating modes, ±2 G, ±4 G, or ±8G. The data displayed is the g-force on each axis, e.g. –> X: 0.001 Y: 0.031 Z: 1.01.
* Actual range may vary depending on environment.
** Battery life is determined by sensor reporting frequency and other variables.
|Sensitivity Range||+/-2 G, +/-4 G, +/-8 G|
|Measurement Accuracy||±2.5 % (Force: X, Y, Z)|
|Minimum G Force to Turn On/Wake Up||0.050 g - 0.100 g|
|Bandwidth for Data Measurement||800 Hz|
Coin Cell Specifications
|Battery Type||Replaceable 3.0V Coin Cell Battery|
|Dimension||1.775 in x 1.04 in x 0.785 in|
|Max Operating Temperature||-20°C to +60°C (-4° to +140°F)|
|Optimal Battery Operating Temperature (Coin Cell)||+10°C to +50°C (+50°F to +122°F)|
|Supply Voltage||2.0 - 3.6 V (Single CR2032 Coin Cell Battery)|
|Device Range||250 - 300 ft. non-line-of-sight device range*|
|Battery Life||At 1 hour heartbeat setting, coin cell battery will typically last ~ 1-2 Years. **|
|Enclosure Technology||Monnit PinchPower™ Wireless Sensor Enclosures|
868 MHz Specifications
|Operating Frequency||868 MHz Operating Frequency|
|Certifications||CE Certified and Complies with CISPR 22:2008-09 / EN 55022:2010 - Class B and ETSI EN 300 220-2 V2.4.1 (2012-05)|