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3-AXIS ACCELEROMETER DIGITAL I/F

BMA250

Manufacturer Part Number
BMA250
Description
3-AXIS ACCELEROMETER DIGITAL I/F
Manufacturer
Bosch Sensortec
Series
-r
Datasheets

Specifications of BMA250

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Axis
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Acceleration Range
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Sensitivity
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Voltage - Supply
1.62 V ~ 3.6 V
Output Type
I²C™, SPI™
Bandwidth
8Hz ~ 1kHz
Interface
I²C, SPI
Mounting Type
Surface Mount
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I²C write access:
I²C write access can be used to write a data byte in one sequence.
The sequence begins with start condition generated by the master, followed by 7 bits slave
address and a write bit (RW = 0). The slave sends an acknowledge bit (ACK = 0) and releases
the bus. Then the master sends the one byte register address. The slave again acknowledges
the transmission and waits for the 8 bits of data which shall be written to the specified register
address. After the slave acknowledges the data byte, the master generates a stop signal and
terminates the writing protocol.
Example of an I²C write access:
I²C read access:
I²C read access also can be used to read one or multiple data bytes in one sequence.
A read sequence consists of a one-byte I²C write phase followed by the I²C read phase. The two
parts of the transmission must be separated by a repeated start condition (Sr). The I²C write
phase addresses the slave and sends the register address to be read. After slave
acknowledges the transmission, the master generates again a start condition and sends the
slave address together with a read bit (RW = 1). Then the master releases the bus and waits for
the data bytes to be read out from slave. After each data byte the master has to generate an
acknowledge bit (ACK = 0) to enable further data transfer. A NACKM (ACK = 1) from the master
stops the data being transferred from the slave. The slave releases the bus so that the master
can generate a STOP condition and terminate the transmission.
The register address is automatically incremented and, therefore, more than one byte can be
sequentially read out. Once a new data read transmission starts, the start address will be set to
the register address specified in the latest I²C write command. By default the start address is set
at 0x00. In this way repetitive multi-bytes reads from the same starting address are possible.
In order to prevent the I²C slave of the device to lock-up the I²C bus, a watchdog timer (WDT) is
implemented. The WDT observes internal I²C signals and resets the I²C interface if the bus is
locked-up by the BMA250. The activity and the timer period of the WDT can be configured
through the bits (0x34) i2c_wdt_en and (0x34) i2c_wdt_sel.
Writing ´1´ (´0´) to (0x34) i2c_wdt_en activates (de-activates) the WDT. Writing ´0´ (´1´) to
(0x34) i2c_wdt_se selects a timer period of 1 ms (50 ms).
Rev. 1.0
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Start
S
0
0
Slave Adress
1
1
0
0
0
RW ACKS
0
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0
0
Figure 16: I²C write
Register adress (0x10)
0
Data sheet
BMA250
Control byte
1
0
0
0
0
ACKS
X
X
X
Data (0x09)
Data byte
X
X
Bosch Sensortec
03 March 2011
X
X
X
ACKS Stop
P

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