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|MMA8451 3 Axis Digital Accelerometer with Voltage Regulator||NR-S-ACC-D-MMA8451||Rs.601.65||The MMA8451Q is a smart low-power, three-axis accelerometer with 14 bits of resolution and ±2g, ±4g, ±8g of user selectable full scale ranges. MMA8451 module features an on board low drop out voltage regulator which takes input supply in the range of 3.6V to 6V DC. Ideal for tilt sensing and robotics related applications. Application example available for I2C interfaces with LPC2148 ARM7 microcontroller.|
|ADXL335 ±3g Three axis Accelerometer Module||NR-S-ACC-ADXL335||Request Quote||ADXL335is a small, low power, complete ±3g 3-axis accelerometer with signal conditioned voltage outputs.||Product Details|
|LSM303DLHC e-Compass 3 axis Accelerometer and 3 axis Magnetometer Module||NR-S-ACC-D- LSM303DLHC||Rs.1,566.22||The LSM303DLHC is a digital 3 axis accelerometer and 3 axis magnetometer with I2C interface. It has full-scale acceleration range of ±2g to ±16g and full scale magnetic field range of ±1.3 to ±8.1 gauss. It is most suitable for tilt compensated compass, quad rotor and robotics application. Module has built in low drop voltage regulator and can be powered by 3.6 to 6V. LSM303DLHC has application example based on LPC2148 ARM7 microcontroller.|
|MMA7361L ±1.5g, ±6g Three axis Accelerometer Module (Single Line)||NR-S-ACC-3AX-MMA7361S||Rs.601.65||MMA7361L is a Three axis Low-G accelerometer with user selectable 1.5g or ±6g acceleration range.|
|MMA7361L ±1.5g, ±6g Three axis Accelerometer Module (Two Line)||NR-S-ACC-3AX-MMA7361||Rs.601.65||MMA7361L is a Three axis Low-G accelerometer with user selectable 1.5g or ±6g acceleration range.|
Nex robotics has added support for Microsoft Robotics Developer Studio (MRDS) on FireBird V research platform. FireBird V is one of the most widely deployed research platforms designed by Department of CSE, IIT Bombay and Nex robotics.
NEX Robotics has designed Intelligent autonomous transport vehicle for transporting personals autonomously inside the campus and for advance research in mobile robotics.
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