Bosch’s Ultra-Low Power Accelerometer BMA400 is Made for Wearable Devices

Bosch BMA400
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German Sensor maker Bosch Sensortec has launched its BMA400, an ultra-low power MEMS acceleration sensor for IoT and wearable devices. Its low current consumption, embedded plug-and-play step counting, and activity […]
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