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Freescale Accelerometer

with extended functionality

Freescale is now offering the next generation RD3965MMA7660FC: ZSTAR3 with MMA7660FC accelerometer that offers extended functionality. New software has been developed to allow the user to tap, shake or orient the device with the RD3965MMA7660FC: ZSTAR3MMA7660FC for specified commands. The ZSTAR3 digital and analog accelerometer boards, connected through an RF ZigBee® 2.4 GHz communication to a single USB node connected to a PC. The MMA7660FC accelerometer board measures acceleration in three axes using a pin compatible digital or, optionally, an analog sensor. The sensor sensitivity is defined by the MMA7660FC accelerometer. The USB node is part of the ZSTAR design, equipped with dedicated software supporting multiple nodes.

Freescale RD3965MMA7660FC: ZSTAR3 with MMA7660FC
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  • MMA7660FC triple-axis ±1.5g digital accelerometer with extremely low power at 47 micro amps at one sample per second
  • 2.4GHz MC13213 wireless transceiver with 8-bit microcontroller system-in-package
  • 8-bit USB 2.0 full-speed MC68HC908JW32 MCU
  • Two small, portable demo boards:
    • Sensor transceiver board powered by a coin-sized CR2032 3V battery
    • USB receiver board
  • RF protocol supports up to 16 sensor boards per one USB receiver
    • RF network star topology
    • Sensor data rate at 30, 60 or 120 Hz
    • Typical wireless range of 20 meters


MMA7660FC: MMA7660FC, 3-Axis Orientation/Motion Detection Sensor Datasheet (MMA7660FC.pdf)

ZSTAR3BOARDFS: Multiple wireless sensing triple-axis reference design (ZSTAR3BOARDFS.pdf)

DRM103: The ZSTAR3 Reference Design Manual (ZSTAR3RM.pdf)

ZSTAR3PG: ZSTAR3 - Multiple Wireless Triple-Axis Reference Design Demo (ZSTAR3PG.pdf)

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