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LIS2MDL Triple-axis Magnetometer Breakout Board

Adafruit LIS2MDL Triple-axis Magnetometer Breakout Board is based on the STM LIS2MDL, a great general purpose magnetometer. This sensor tends to be paired with a 6 Degree-of-Freedom (DoF) accelerometer/gyroscope to create a 9-DoF inertial measurement unit that can detect its orientation in real-space. The compact sensor uses I2C to communicate since it is very easy to use and users can also use SPI to receive data. The user can simply download the library and connect the SCL pin to the I2C clock pin and SDA pin to the I2C data pin. The Adafruit test program can be uploaded to readout magnetic field data. The LIS2MDL triple-axis magnetometer can sense ranges from ±50 gauss (±5000uTesla) with no range-setting required. For high resolution, a 100Hz update rate is recommended and with little loss of precision, the sensor can output at 150Hz.

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Multiple Function Sensor Development Tools Adafruit Triple-axis Magnetometer - LIS2MDL - STEMMA QT / Qwiic

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LIS2MDL Triple-axis Magnetometer Breakout Board

Adafruit LIS2MDL Triple-axis Magnetometer Breakout Board is based on the STM LIS2MDL, a great general purpose magnetometer. This sensor tends to be paired with a 6 Degree-of-Freedom (DoF) accelerometer/gyroscope to create a 9-DoF inertial measurement unit that can detect its orientation in real-space. The compact sensor uses I2C to communicate since it is very easy to use and users can also use SPI to receive data. The user can simply download the library and connect the SCL pin to the I2C clock pin and SDA pin to the I2C data pin. The Adafruit test program can be uploaded to readout magnetic field data. The LIS2MDL triple-axis magnetometer can sense ranges from ±50 gauss (±5000uTesla) with no range-setting required. For high resolution, a 100Hz update rate is recommended and with little loss of precision, the sensor can output at 150Hz.