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Thread: 3 Axis 3g Acelerometer

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    I've got one currently on the Bananna, and there is one currently on route to AndyF for his new car.

    Anyway I have enough bits initally to do 8 Cars.. (I can do more but will need to order parts in)

    This is a 3 axis accelerometer which takes a 5v supply voltage and outputs a voltage directly proportional to G, ie 3v = 3g, 0v = -3g.

    Enclosed in a plastic case with mounting lugs, and terminated in rachem type 44 wire.

    These are compatible with the syvecs, and I can supply these for 80+VAT.

    Any interest, questions drop me a PM.

    I cant dispatch these immediatley, as I need to make the rest, and obviously out this weekend.

    Hopefully Andy will verify the quality [img]smile.gif[/img]

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    Yes please David
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    Me please.

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    David

    Is it just outputing a single voltage by combining the G experienced ?

    Might have an interesting use for it
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    Put me down for one too please David...

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    Originally posted by David Wallis:
    Hopefully Andy will verify the quality [img]smile.gif[/img]

    David
    Aye, they're rubbish lol

    Will report on receipt David, it will be interesting to see how it compares to my 'old faithful' 10 year old AP22 and 5 year old Apexi RSM, both with 2 axis G force input.

    Integration with the Syvecs makes sense and I look forward to using it as my new tuning tool [img]smile.gif[/img]

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    i've put a pic of andy's here..

    Done it as a url as its 1mb and I didnt have time to install photoshop [img]smile.gif[/img]

    www.sdmotorsport.co.uk/uploads/3g_accl.JPG

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    So a list

    1) John
    2) Dbrad
    3) Duncan?
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    Originally posted by Duncan Graham:
    David

    Is it just outputing a single voltage by combining the G experienced ?

    Might have an interesting use for it
    It outputs 3 seperate voltages proportional to G.

    If you only want to measure 1 axis, you need 1 input, if you want to measure all three you need three inputs. HTH.

    If thats what your question meant? [img]smile.gif[/img]

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    Perfect. One for me please
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    Yeah I'll take 5.

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    My one arrived this morning, nice bit of kit may even have time to fit it for SSO....maybe...
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    David is there any calibration for installation if they are not mounted 100% true to the x,y and Z axis of the car?
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    You could calibrate within Syvecs if you know the angle but best just make a level mount for it.
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    What is the advantage of having one fitted and connected to the syvecs?
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    I assume the main use might be DCCD control, whilst you are airborne..

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    I like one as well, I think I have a 5v spare John?..
    /Jan

    [ 23. May 2011, 03:11 PM: Message edited by: Mr J ]

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