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November 4, 2009 AT 1:11 am

Setting up for making some 3-axis accelerometers (±3g analog output) – ADXL335


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Setting up to make a BUNCH of 3-axis accelerometers (±3g analog output) – ADXL335!


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4 Comments

  1. Looks like you’re missing a C1 on the right/front PCB 🙂

  2. ian, actually, its the tape – the part was there but fell off

  3. Love the speed. Do you need to calibrate the system every time you load a new set of boards to be populated? Or just when you are starting a batch of different types of boards?

  4. alan, with fiducials it can auto calibrate every new PCB
    otherwise, you have to set the ‘origin’ once per new PCB which is usually just a few mil’s off

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