mCube Announces DB3672B Motion Demo Board
Highlights the World’s Smallest and Lowest-Power 3-Axis Accelerometers
San Jose, CA – August 14, 2019 – mCube, provider of the world’s smallest and lowest power MEMS motion sensors today announced the general availability of the DB3672B Demo Board, featuring the MC3672 and MC3635 3-Axis accelerometers. The DB3672B Demo Board is a standalone accelerometer demonstration platform that enables firsthand user experience of the IoMT (Internet of Moving Things) functionality using the latest mCube motion sensors. The board highlights various accelerometer use cases, including user interface, activity tracking, and power management that are being widely adopted in the latest wearables, hearables, and medical devices.
This demonstration platform highlights the MC3672 (1.1 x 1.3 x 0.74 mm CSP) and MC3635 (1.6 x 1.6 x 0.94 mm LGA) ultra-low power, 3-axis accelerometers by providing g-force data to a 32-bit ARM Cortex-M4. Motion sensing algorithms are performed in firmware on the MCU to demonstrate popular accelerometer use cases such as activity tracking, user interface and power management functions. Results and status are displayed live on the on-board OLED display. The board is also equipped with an USB/UART interface for easy firmware upgrades and external power.
The DB3672B demonstrations include:
- Raw Data Live Display (x/y/z g-force)
- Tap / Double Tap / Triple Tap
- Free Fall
- Tilt (Pitch and Roll)
- Face Side
- Activity Detection (Still, Walk, Run)
- Step Counter
- Jump Rope Counter
- Sniff Mode (Power Switch)
The DB3672B Demo Board is available for purchase today through franchised distributors, including Mouser and Arrow. Visit https://mcube-staging.becn9vq5-liquidwebsites.com/db3672/ to access all of the latest documentation, including the Quick Start Guide (QSG) and comprehensive User Guide. Sample code for the most popular DB3672B algorithms is available on GitHub.
mCube is a technology leader in sensor design, sensor module design and total sensor solutions for the Internet of Moving Things. mCube makes the smallest and lowest power MEMS motion sensors in the world, with over 500 million cumulative sensor units delivered globally. mCube sensors are widely used in consumer electronics, smart medical and industrial fields. With Xsens sensor fusion solutions, mCube enables a seamless interaction between the physical and the digital world in applications such as industrial control and stabilization, health, sports and 3D character animation. For more information, visit www.mcube-staging.becn9vq5-liquidwebsites.com. Follow mCube on Twitter @mcubemems.