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 The interrupt behavior, latch high or latch low, can be configured through the DATA_FORMAT register. Refer to the ADXL313 data sheet for details. The interrupt behavior, latch high or latch low, can be configured through the DATA_FORMAT register. Refer to the ADXL313 data sheet for details.
  
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 +Always make that the ADXL313 is in Standby mode first before configuring any register. ​
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 ==== DATA FORMAT ==== ==== DATA FORMAT ====
 The ADXL313 registers length is 8 bits, while its acceleration in full resolution is 13 bits. Thus the acceleration data of each axis is stored in two registers. For example, for X-axis DATAX0 is the low byte register and DATAX1 is the high byte register. Once acceleration data is acquired from data registers, the user must reconstruct the data as a 16-bits word length. ​ The ADXL313 registers length is 8 bits, while its acceleration in full resolution is 13 bits. Thus the acceleration data of each axis is stored in two registers. For example, for X-axis DATAX0 is the low byte register and DATAX1 is the high byte register. Once acceleration data is acquired from data registers, the user must reconstruct the data as a 16-bits word length. ​
resources/quick-start/adxl313_quick_start_guide.txt · Last modified: 16 Jul 2020 23:59 by Pablo del Corro