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LIS3DH and fall detection

Question asked by grey.peter on Nov 12, 2013
Latest reply on Mar 29, 2016 by antonello.stefano
I have used the LIS3DH for movement and angle detection for about 18 months. I now wish to use it for fall detection. Previously I ued another brand where you setup a register and get an interrupt when a zero G occurs in all axes for a certain time. I can see no way to do this with the LIS3DH but it advertises that it can be done. I can do it "manually" by continually reading each axis and setting a timer to record when it is continuously like this for, say 100mS. Is there an easier way that uses less power?