• StickIt! MPU-9150 module
  • StickIt! MPU-9150 module
  • StickIt! MPU-9150 module I/O
  • Three-axis accelerometer with a range of ±2g, ±4g, ±8g, and ±16g
  • Three-axis gyroscope with a range of ±250, ±500, ±1000, and ±2000°/sec
  • Three-axis digital compass with a full-scale range of ±1200µT
  • Temperature sensor
  • Uses only 5 I/O pins
  • PMOD compatible
  • Wing compatible
  • Open-source design

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Just connect this three-axis accelerometer, gyroscope and compass to a PMOD or Wing socket on the StickIt! board and your XuLA or XuLA2 can detect lateral movements, rotations and orientation in three dimensions. There's even a temperature sensor included!

This module is primarily a breakout board for the InvenSense MPU-9150 chip, so you can read about its capabilities in the chip datasheet.

As with the StickIt! board, we made the entire StickIt! MPU-9150 module design open-source. All of it: bitstreams, schematic, PCB layout, documentation — everything!


I ordered a StickIt! MPU-9150 module and all I got was a board. No software? No manual? No fancy box!?

When you order a StickIt! MPU-9150 module, all you get is the board. That's it. The module doesn't need any software itself. And the manual is online. As for the fancy box, well, sorry about that. Think of it as "saving the environment".

What kind of instructions are there for using the StickIt! MPU-9150 module?

The manual will tell you how to install your board, and it shows a block diagram architecture of how the FPGA connects to the MPU-9150 chip.

That's great, but how do I use the StickIt! MPU-9150 module?

Ah, you mean how do you access the accelerometer, gyroscope and compass so the FPGA can detect movement, rotation and orientation in three dimensions? We've provided an example design that reads the sensors and displays their raw values on an attached PC. With that, you should be able to get your own designs up and running in no time.

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