Using Johnny-Five with Grove's Accelerometer (ADXL345) component on the Intel Edison Arduino Breakout. This shield and component will work with any Arduino pin-out compatible hardware platform.

Run this example from the command line with:

node eg/grove-accelerometer-adxl345-edison.js
const {Accelerometer, Board} = require("johnny-five");
const Edison = require("edison-io");
const board = new Board({
  io: new Edison()

board.on("ready", function() {

  // Plug the ADXL345 Accelerometer module
  // into an I2C jack
  const accelerometer = new Accelerometer({
    controller: "ADXL345"

  accelerometer.on("change", () => {
    const {acceleration, inclination, orientation, pitch, roll, x, y, z} = accelerometer;
    console.log("  x            : ", x);
    console.log("  y            : ", y);
    console.log("  z            : ", z);
    console.log("  pitch        : ", pitch);
    console.log("  roll         : ", roll);
    console.log("  acceleration : ", acceleration);
    console.log("  inclination  : ", inclination);
    console.log("  orientation  : ", orientation);

Additional Notes

For this program, you'll need: Intel Edison Arduino Breakout Grove Base Shield v2 Grove - 3-Axis Digital Accelerometer(±16g)


Component Classes in this example:

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