hey thank for the artical!
Tal Gilboa

Hi Gilboa. As you know “g” is used as a unit of acceleration rather than expressing acceleration in m/s² or ft/s². LSB/unit or Unit/LSB is the sensor’s factor (called sensitivity). The values coming in each of the sensor registers (x, y and z) needs to be Divided/multiplied with the LSB/unit or Unit/LSB factor.The accelerometer has an analog output in mV. That’s converted by an Analog to Digital, resulting in a number of some range. (E.g., a 10-bit A to D would give a number between 0 and 1023) hence LSB/g would express the sensitivity of this output number. Hope this helps:)

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