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Kitronik 3 Axis Accelerometer Breakout Board (ADXL335)

The accelerometer board provides acceleration / orientation values for three axis of movement, each on a separate analogue output. Sensing range of -3 to 3g.

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(£9.54 incl VAT)
(£8.40 incl VAT)

This board uses the ADXL335 and requires either a 5V or 3.3V input and provides acceleration values for three axis of movement, each on a separate analogue output. A Self-Test pin is also available which when brought to 3.3V should alter the 3 analogue output values, allowing the functionality to be tested. The change in the analogue output is proportional to the value of Vcc. The maximum sample rate of the board is approximately 50Hz (+ or 15% from the internal resistors).


  • 3 axis acceleration / orientation measurement.
  • Simple interface, output is via 3 analogue channels.
  • Compact size.


  • 1 x Accelerometer Breakout Board.

Possible applications include:

  • Games controllers / user interface.
  • Tilt detection.
  • G-force detection.


  • Length: 28mm.
  • Width: 28mm.
  • Height: 3mm.


  • 5V: 5V input to regulator
  • 3V: 3V input
  • ST: Self Test
  • GND: Ground
  • X: Analogue Acceleration in X
  • Y: Analogue Acceleration in Y
  • Z: Analogue Acceleration in Z


This product is supplied in a bag.

Physical characteristics:

  • Length: 28mm.
  • Width: 28mm.
  • Height: 3mm.

Electrical characteristics:

  • Min supply voltage: 1.8V
  • Typical supply voltage: 3.3V-5V
  • Max supply voltage: 6.0V
  • Typical current consumption: 350uA
  • Typical sensitivity of outputs: 300 mV/g
  • Max temperature sensitivity: 0.01V/C


Posted by Guillaume DOLNET, Friday, 13 January 2017 on product Kitronik 3 Axis Accelerometer Breakout Board (ADXL335)


Hello, i am trying to do a gyrostabilized turret and i am wondering if your board can work with mach3 on analogic ports? Best regards


  • Posted by Michael Lockhart on Friday, 13 January 2017

    Hi Guillaume, As long as the voltage supply that the Mach3 runs off is the same as the breakout board then this should be fine. The breakout board either runs from a 3.3V supply or a 5V supply.

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