Arduino Library for Freescale’s MMA7361 3 axis accelerometer

Posted on Friday, November 14th, 2014 in Arduino, library by DP


Rohit Gupta wrote a basic library for using MMA7361 3axis Accelerometer with Arduino, that is available at Github:

This library helps you to easily play with the almost universal 3 axis accelerometer available in most Hobby markets that is based on Freescale’s MMA7361.
In order to get in working you have to pull-up the sleep pin using a 10K resistor to the 3.3V pin. All other connections are labelled.

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One Response to “Arduino Library for Freescale’s MMA7361 3 axis accelerometer”

  1. Hi, I am trying to use this library. I works great with one accelerometer, but the second keeps gets the same output.

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