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LIS3MDL Triple-Axis Magnetometer Breakout Board

Adafruit LIS3MDL Triple-Axis Magnetometer Breakout Board is based on the STM LIS3MDL, a great general purpose magnetometer. This compact sensor uses I2C to communicate and is very easy to use. The user simply downloads the Adafruit library, connects the SCL pin to the I2C clock pin, and SDA pin to the I2C data pin. The user can upload the Adafruit test program to read out magnetic field data. The user can also use SPI to receive data. This sensor can sense ranges from +-4 gauss (+- 400uTesla) up to +-16 gauss (+- 1600uT or 1.6mT). For ultra-high precision, a 155Hz update rate is recommended, but if the user doesn't mind a little loss of precision, the sensor can output at 1000Hz.

TT-MU-485-4479
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Multiple Function Sensor Development Tools Adafruit Triple-axis Magnetometer - LIS3MDL - STEMMA QT / Qwiic

Multiple Function Sensor Development Tools Adafruit Triple-axis Magnetometer - LIS3MDL - STEMMA QT / Qwiic

Sku: TT-MU-485-4479
₹948.58


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LIS3MDL Triple-Axis Magnetometer Breakout Board

Adafruit LIS3MDL Triple-Axis Magnetometer Breakout Board is based on the STM LIS3MDL, a great general purpose magnetometer. This compact sensor uses I2C to communicate and is very easy to use. The user simply downloads the Adafruit library, connects the SCL pin to the I2C clock pin, and SDA pin to the I2C data pin. The user can upload the Adafruit test program to read out magnetic field data. The user can also use SPI to receive data. This sensor can sense ranges from +-4 gauss (+- 400uTesla) up to +-16 gauss (+- 1600uT or 1.6mT). For ultra-high precision, a 155Hz update rate is recommended, but if the user doesn't mind a little loss of precision, the sensor can output at 1000Hz.