This version (09 Jan 2021 00:42) was approved by Robin Getz.The Previously approved version (03 Jan 2021 22:04) is available.Diff



Historically, the ADIS1613x, ADIS163xx and ADIS164xx products have used three different breakout board designs: the ADIS16IM1/PCBZ, ADIS16350/PCBZ and ADIS16135/PCBZ. All other breakout board part numbers have included one of these three boards. The primary purpose for these breakout boards has been to simplify connection with existing processor systems, while engineers can design their own embedded system boards to directly attach to these IMU/gyroscope products. In order to help reduce confusion in the order process, ADI is in the process of standardizing the accessories for each of these product families. This process has caused many products to be taken off of the market and will result in additional part number reduction. This Wiki Guide will provide links to historical design data, along with provide the latest on our “standardization process.”


The ADIS16IM1/PCBZ is an accessory that provides support for the ADIS1613x, ADIS163xx and ADIS1644x product families.

For a list of products that the ADIS16IM1/PCBZ connects directly to, visit the Product Details section of the ADIS16IM1/PCBZ product page.

For ADIS16IM1/PCBZ details, visit the ADIS16IM1/PCBZ Wiki Guide



The original IMU breakout board supported our very first Inertial Measurement Unit product, the ADIS16350. This board provides a simple connector translation function.

Legacy ADIS16135/PCBZ Layout

Legacy ADIS16135/PCBZ J1 & J2 Pin Assignments

Current Usage While we plan to phase this board out, it is still used in the following products: ADIS16300/PCBZ, ADIS16305/PCBZ, ADIS16334/PCBZ, ADIS16360/PCBZ, ADIS16362/PCBZ, ADIS16364/PCBZ, ADIS16365/PCBZ, ADIS16367/PCBZ, ADIS16400/PCBZ, ADIS16407/PCBZ, ADIS16445/PCBZ and ADIS16448/PCBZ.

Legacy Usage This design was also used in the following products, which are no longer available: ADIS16350/PCBZ, ADIS16354/PCBZ and ADIS16355/PCBZ.


The original ADIS16135/PCBZ breakout board design used two different ribbon cable connectors.

Legacy ADIS16135/PCBZ Layout

Legacy ADIS16135/PCBZ J1 & J2 Pin Assignments

Legacy ADIS16135/PCBZ Electrical Schematic

This PCB design served the oldest version of the following breakout board products, all of which are now obsolete: ADIS16133/PCBZ, ADIS16135/PCBZ, ADIS16385/PCBZ

resources/eval/user-guides/inertial-mems/imu/legacy-imu-breakout.txt · Last modified: 09 Jan 2021 00:39 by Robin Getz