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RTOS/CC1350: Alternate part for 66192CPZ1 Piezo Accelerometer

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Part Number: CC1350

Tool/software: TI-RTOS

Hello,

I am currently using TIDA -01469 with CC1350 launchpad.

In which i am using  66192CPZ1 Piezo Accelerometer as vibration sensor for motor monitoring.

But i am not finding this part anywhere, can anyone suggest another part with same functionality.

Thanks,

Pratik

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    It looks to be the first on this page: www.pcb.com/.../EmbeddableIndustrialAccelerometers

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  • In reply to TER:

    But it is not showing cost and its not available online.
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    In reply to Pratik Bhagat:

    That you have to contact PCB about. The website shows the spec of the sensor, from this you can compare with other sensors in the market .

    This forum supports TI parts and for parts that are delivered from somebody else than TI you have to contact the third party directly.

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  • In reply to TER:

    Thank you for guidance.
    What an all needs to be considered while choosing another part.


    Regards,
    Pratik
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    In reply to Pratik Bhagat:

    The TI designs are mainly made to show how our circuits can be used. The spec for sensors etc have to be determined by the user based on the application.

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