ADB8000C3

GS1 Sensor (AGS1)
High-precision MEMS
1-axis acceleration sensor
GS1 SENSOR
X-axis
: Direction of acceleration detection
Features
● High precision, high
● High sensitivity
● RoHS compliant
reliability : Offset temperature characteristics ±47 mg (Typ.)
: 1 to 1.333 V/g (5 V.DC)
Typical Applications
● Car navigation systems
● Projectors (trapezoidal distortion correction)
● Elevators, welfare equipment (inclination detection)
Ordering Information
AGS 1 1
5 1
Detection sensitivity
1 : 1 V/g
3 : 1.333 V/g
Package type/Size
1 : Ceramic package/6.2 × 8.5 mm
Number of detectable axis (Method)
1 : 1-axis Acceleration Sensor
(Electrostatic capacitance type)
Operation power supply
voltage/Output type
5 : 5 V.DC/Analog output
Type
1 : Built-in ASIC
Types
Standard packing : Carton : 1,000 pcs.
Product name
Operation power
supply voltage
1-axis
Acceleration sensor GS1
5 V.DC
Acceleration
detection range
±2 g
±1.5 g
Detection sensitivity
Part number
1 V/g
AGS11151
1.333 V/g
AGS11351
Absolute Maximum Ratings
Name
Unit
Absolute maximum ratings
Min.
Typ.
Max.
Max. applied voltage
V
–0.3
−
7
Storage temperature range
°C ° F
–40 –40
−
85 185
Operation temperature range
°C ° F
–40 –40
−
85 185
Anti-shock characteristic
g
−
−
5,000
Remarks
Ta=25 °C 77 ° F
Design and specifications are each subject to change without notice. Ask factory for the current technical specifications before purchase and/or use.
Should a safety concern arise regarding this product, please be sure to contact us immediately.
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Electrical Characteristics
g
Min.
AGS21151 AGS21351
−2
−1.5
Performance
Typ.
AGS21151 AGS21351
−
Max.
AGS21151 AGS21351
2
1.5
V.DC
4.75
5
5.25
Item
Unit
Acceleration detection range ✽1
Operation power supply
voltage
Current consumption
Sensitivity
Offset voltage (0 g)
Temperature sensitivity
characteristic
Offset voltage temperature
characteristic
Other axis sensitivity ✽2
Non-linearity ✽3
mA
V/g
V
−
0.97
2
1.293
1
5
1.333
1.03
1.373
2.4
2.5
2.6
%
−4
−
4
mg
−70
−
70
%
%FS
−5
−1
−
−
5
1
Turn-on time ✽4
ms
−
10
−
Frequency response ✽5
Hz
DC
60
−
Remarks
−40 °C to +85 °C
–40 °F to +185 °F
0g, Ta=25 °C 77 °F
Ta=25 °C 77 °F
Ta=25 °C 77 °F
−40 °C to +85 °C
–40 °F to +185 °F
−40 °C to +85 °C
–40 °F to +185 °F
Ta=25 °C 77 °F
Ta=25 °C 77 °F
0g, Ta=25 °C 77 °F
C1=220 nF, C2=27 nF
−3 dB point,
C2=27 nF
Notes : ✽1 The acceleration unit “g” means 9.8 m/s2.
✽2 VDD=5 V when there is no indication.
✽3 Maximum error from linear output that connects +2 g and –2 g output. (AGS11151)
Maximum error from linear output that connects +1.5 g and –1.5 g output. (AGS11351)
✽4 “C1” is a ceramic capacitor installed between the VDD and GND terminals. “C2” is a ceramic capacitor installed between the Vout and Ext-Cap terminals.
✽5 The frequency characteristics can be changed depending on the C2 capacitance value. Please refer to “Recommended circuit diagram” on the
following page. Note that the maximum frequency response is 200 Hz.
Reference Data
1. Output characteristics
(AGS11151)
2. Inclination angle - Output voltage
characteristics (AGS11151)
3.5
3.0
2.5
2.0
1.5
−0.5
0.0
0.5
Acceleration (g)
3.0
2.5
2.0
1.0
−100 −80 −60 −40 −20 0 20 40 60 80 100
Inclination angle ( °)
1.0
4. Offset voltage temperature
characteristics (5 V.DC)
100
80
60
40
20
0
−20
−40
−60
−80
−100
−40 −20 0
20 40 60 80 100
−40 −4 +32 +68 +104 +140 +176 +212
Temperature (°C °F)
Offset voltage change (measured value) (mg)
3.5
1.5
5
4
3
2
1
0
−1
−2
−3
−4
−5
−40 −20 0
20 40 60 80 100
−40 −4 +32 +68 +104 +140 +176 +212
Temperature (°C °F)
5. Frequency characteristics
0.00
(C2=27 nF)
−1.00
Gain (dB)
1.0
−1.0
Sensitivity change (measured value) (%)
4.0
Output voltage (V)
Output voltage (V)
4.0
3. Sensitivity temperature
characteristics (5 V.DC)
−2.00
−3.00
−4.00
−5.00
−6.00
−7.00
1
10
Frequency (Hz)
60 100
Note : The frequency characteristics can be
changed depending on the C2 capacitance
value. Please refer to “Recommended circuit
diagram” on the following page.
Design and specifications are each subject to change without notice. Ask factory for the current technical specifications before purchase and/or use.
Should a safety concern arise regarding this product, please be sure to contact us immediately.
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Dimensions
The CAD data of the products with a
AGS11151
7
Lot number
1.6±0.2
0.063±0.008
8.5±0.2
0.335±0.008
Number Terminal Name
NC
1
GND
2
NC
3
Vout
4
Ext-Cap
5
GND
6
NC
7
Part
number
141001
1
Recommended
PC board pad
8
4-0.42
4-0.017
10-0.5
7 10-0.020
0.8
0.031 0.7
0.028
0.8
0.031
P1.27±0.05×4=5.08
P0.050±0.002×4=0.200
8.1±0.05
0.319±0.002
Leave terminal “NC (No. 1, 3, 7, 8 and 10 to 14)”
unconnected.
The No. 2 and No. 6 terminals are connected internally.
1.2
0.047
4-0.08
4-0.003 1
Number Terminal Name
NC
8
VDD
9
NC
J
NC
K
NC
L
NC
M
NC
N
0.9
0.035
6.9
0.272
6.2±0.2
0.244±0.008
14
mark can be downloaded from: http://industrial.panasonic.com/
General tolerance : ±0.1 ±0.04
General tolerance : ±0.1 ±0.04
14
8
P1.27×4
P0.500×4
unit : mm inch
Recommended Circuit Diagram
5 V.DC
Sensor
Output
C1:
220 nF
Min.
VDD
Vout
GND
Ext
-Cap
The frequency characteristics value can be changed
depending on the C2 capacitance value.
-3dB bandwidth is expressed in the formula below.
C2:
27 nF
f-3dB=
1
2π×(100 kΩ)×C2
Packing Format (Tape And Reel)
12.0±0.2
0.472±0.008
5.5±0.05
0.217±0.002
Dimensions of tape reel
1.75±0.1
0.069±0.004
17.4±1
0.685±0.039
13.4±1
80±1 dia.
3.150±0.039 dia. 0.528±0.039
0.3±0.05
0.012±0.002
141001
Embossed carrier tape
1.5±0.1 dia.
0.059±0.004 dia.
4.0±0.1
0.157±0.004
12.0±0.1
0.472±0.004
AGS11151
6.7±0.1
0.264±0.004
2.0±0.05
0.079±0.002
141001
AGS11151
Direction of picking
9.0±0.1
0.354±0.004
Top cover tape
1.5+0.1
0 dia.
0.59+0.004
dia.
0
2.0±0.5
0.079±0.020
21±0.8 dia. 0.827±0.031 dia.
13±0.2 dia. 0.512±0.008 dia.
80±1 dia.
3.150±0.039 dia.
254±2 dia.
10.000±0.079 dia.
Tape dimensions
unit : mm inch
1.95±0.2
0.077±0.008
Design and specifications are each subject to change without notice. Ask factory for the current technical specifications before purchase and/or use.
Should a safety concern arise regarding this product, please be sure to contact us immediately.
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NOTES
■ Before use, carefully check the performance and
quality under actual use conditions to enhance stability.
■ Mounting
• Use the land of the printed-circuit board on which
the sensor is securely fixed.
• A large noise on the power supply may cause
malfunction. Place the recommended capacitor
near the sensor (within 20 mm 0.787 inch
of the wiring patternlength) between sensor
input terminals (VDD-GND) to secure power
superimposed noise resistance. Test with the
actual machine and re-select the capacitor with
optimal capacitance.
• Prevent the metal par t of other electronic
components from contacting with the sensor
body as the upper face (where part numbers are
imprinted) of the sensor is GND.
■ Soldering
• When soldering, avoid the external thermal
influence. Heat deformation may damage the
sensor or deteriorate its performance.
• Use the non-corrosive rosin flux.
1) Manual soldering
• Raise the temperature of the soldering tip
between 350 and 400 °C 662 and 752 °F
(30 and 60 W) and solder within 3 seconds.
• The sensor output may vary if the load is
applied on the terminal during soldering.
• Keep the soldering tip clean.
2) Reflow soldering
Below are recommended temperature profiles/
conditions of reflow.
• When printing cream solder, the screen
printing method is recommended.
• For the foot pattern, see the recommended
diagram of the printed-circuit board.
• Carefully align the terminal with the pattern
as self-alignment may not be reliable.
• The temperature of the profile is the value
measured near the terminal on the printedcircuit board.
• After reflowing, when performing reflow
soldering on the back surface of the circuit
board, use an adhesive to fix the board.
3) Rework soldering
• Complete rework at a time.
• Use a flattened soldering tip when
performing rework on the solder bridge.
Do not add the flux.
• Keep the soldering tip below the temperature
described in the specifications.
4) After soldering, do not apply stress on the
soldered part when cutting or bending the
circuit board.
5) Prevent human hands or metal pieces from
contacting with the sensor terminal. Such
contact may cause anomalous outlets as the
terminal is exposed to the atmosphere.
6) After soldering, prevent chemical agents from
adhering to the sensor when applying coating
to avoid insulation deterioration of the circuit
board.
T1 = 150 to 180 °C
302 to 356 °F
T2 = 230 °C 446 °F
T3 = Below 250 °C 482 °F
t1 = 60 to 120 sec.
t2 = Less than 30 sec.
T3
T2
T1
t1
t2
■ Wire connection
• Correctly wire as in the connection diagram.
Reverse connection may damage the product and
degrade the performance.
• Do not connect wires with NC terminals. Such
connection may damage the sensor.
■ Cleaning
Avoid ultrasonic cleaning as this may cause
disconnection of the wire.
■ Environment
• Avoid use and storage in the corrosive gas
(organic solvent, sulfurous acid and hydrogen
sulfide gases) which negatively affects the product.
• When installing the sensor, also install the
capacitor as in the connection diagram.
• Use surge absorbers as applying the external
surge voltage may damage the internal circuit.
• Malfunction may occur near electric noises from
static electricity, lightning, broadcast or amateur
radio stations and mobile phones.
• Avoid use in a place where these products come
in contact with water.
• Avoid use in an environment where these products
cause dew condensation. When water attached to
the sensor chip freezes, the sensor output may be
fluctuated or damaged.
• Do not apply high-frequency oscillation, such as
ultrasonic waves, to the product.
■ Other precautions
These specifications are for individual components.
Before use, carefully check the performance and quality
under actual use conditions to enhance stability.
• Once the individual sensor is dropped, do not
use. Drop may cause functional disorders.
• Misconnection and the wrong acceleration sensing
range may invite the risk of accidents.
• Ensure that using acceleration is within the rated range.
Use beyond the range may damage the product.
• Follow the instructions below as static electricity
may damage the product.
(1) For storage and transportation, avoid plastic
containers which are easily electrified.
(2) When storing and transporting the sensor,
choose the environment where static electricity
is hardly generated (e.g., humidity between 45
and 60 %) and protect the product by using
electroconductive packaging materials.
(3) Once unpacked, perform antistatic countermeasures.
• Operators handling sensors must wear
antistatic cloths and human body grounding
devices.
• Cover the surface of workbench by electroconductive plates and ground measuring
instruments and jigs.
• Use the soldering iron which has a small
leakage current or ground the soldering tip.
• Ground the assembling equipment.
Design and specifications are each subject to change without notice. Ask factory for the current technical specifications before purchase and/or use.
Should a safety concern arise regarding this product, please be sure to contact us immediately.
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(4) Use surge absorbers as applying the external
surge voltage may damage the internal circuit.
(surge resistance: power supply voltage as in
the absolute maximum rating)
■ Special notes
We exert maximum efforts for quality control of the
product, Please mind also about the following.
1) To p r e v e n t o c c u r r e n c e o f u n e x p e c t e d
circumstances, please infor m us of the
specifications of your product, customers,
use conditions and details of the attachment
position.
2) Have sufficient margin values of driving/
performance guarantee described in the
specifications and apply safety measures with
double circuits, if serious effects on human
lives or property are predicted due to a quality
failure of the product. Those countermeasures
are also for the product liability.
3) A warranty period is one year after the
delivery to your company. Quality assurance is
limited to the items and the scopes described
in the specifications. If a defect is found
after the delivery, we will promptly provide
a replacement or change/repair the defect
part at the place of delivery in good faith.
Exceptions are below.
• Damages by a failure or a defect which
arose after the delivery.
• A f t e r t h e d e l i v e r y, w h e n s t o r i n g a n d
transporting, if conditions other than
conditions in the specifications are applied to
the product.
• Damages by unforeseen phenomenon which
cannot be predicted with the technologies
available at the time of delivery.
• Damages by natural and anthropogenic
disasters, such as earthquake, flood, fire
and war, which are beyond our reasonable
control.
Design and specifications are each subject to change without notice. Ask factory for the current technical specifications before purchase and/or use.
Should a safety concern arise regarding this product, please be sure to contact us immediately.
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