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Low Power Vibration Sensor

The micro vibration sensor is used for the detection of slight movements and vibrations by means of a mobile micro sphere.  The ball bridges two contacts reducing the resistance between the two external connection pads from several mega ohms (> 30 MOhm) to below 100 Ohms.  The sensor is fully passive, requires no signal conditioning, and operates with currents a low as 0.2 μA.  The micro vibration sensor is utilized for converting many systems to environmentally-friendly devices by implementing wake-up and powerdown logic to conserve battery power and bringing energy consumption to a minimum, pushing the availability of green technology and green electronics into new areas of design and application.  Features include: halogen free, wide supply voltage range of 1.80 V to 15 V, low operating current (e.g. lcc max. 0.2μA at Vcc 2V and R 10Meg) (e.g. lcc max. 2.0μA at Vcc 2V and R 1Meg), noiseless, protected from environmental stress, specified from -40 oC to +80 oC, size 2.85mm × 2.45mm × 1.7mm.  For samples or more information, please send an email to MyFeedback@dee-inc.com, and be sure to include your contact information.

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