3D MEMS technology - Accelerometers

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The extensive accelerometer product range includes high performance digital and analog accelerometers for both safety critical automotive and high performance industrial applications. Murata accelerometers are based on the company's proprietary 3D MEMS technology and they offer a number of excellent product features and benefits for the most demanding applications.

The sensing element and the measuring ASIC are environmentally protected with silicone gel resulting in excellent performance and reliability at temperature cycling. In addition, the robust sensing element design with over damped frequency response enables excellent performance even in harsh and vibrating environments. The measuring direction is parallel or perpendicular to the mounting plane. The ASIC includes an on-chip EEPROM memory with the calibration coefficients for unit interchangeability. Murata accelerometers include enhanced failure detection: digitally activated self-test, calibration memory parity or check sum check and continuous connection failure detection. The products are intended for horizontal or vertical measurements. The zero point temperature dependence is less than 1mg/°C.

SCA3100 Series - Digital 3-axis Accelerometer
SCA2100 Series - Digital 2-axis Accelerometer
SCA800 Series - Digital 1-axis Accelerometer
SCA6X0 Series - Analog 1-axis Accelerometer


◾Excellent accuracy
◾High stability
◾Extremely stable output over wide range of temperature
◾Excellent on stability over humidity and vibrations
◾High resolution and low noise
◾Wide operating temperature range
◾Outstanding overload and shock durability


◾Electronic Stability Control (ESC)
◾Hill Start Assistance (HSA)
◾Electronic Parking Brake (EPB)
◾Roll Over
◾2-axis acceleration measurements
◾2-axis platform leveling
◾Inclination based position measurement
◾360° vertical orientation measurement
◾Acceleration measurement
◾Inclination measurement
◾Motion measurement
◾Vibration measurement