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Gyroscopes - High-Performance, Miniature Inertial Measurement Unit and Vertical Gyro -- 3DM-GX3® -15-OEMSupplier: LORD MicroStrain Sensing Systems
Description: Overview The 3DM-GX3® -15-OEM is a high-performance, miniature Inertial Measurement Unit and Vertical Gyro, utilizing MEMS sensor technology. It combines a triaxial accelerometer, triaxial gyro, temperature sensors, and an on-board processor running a sophisticated sensor fusion algorithm
- Angular / Rotary Axes: Triaxial
- Angular Rate Range: 8.33 to 200 rpm
- Bandwidth: 440 Hz
- Bias Stability: 8.33E-4 rpm
Supplier: Inertial Labs Inc.
Description: Gaming Sensor represents a shift from Inertial Labs traditional embedded 3DOF orientation systems. OS3D-GS is designed to provide compensated sensor data to the PC where the sensor fusion algorithms are then processed and applied to the application. This allows for the potential to reduce power
- Angular / Rotary Axes: Triaxial
- Angular Rate Range: 200 rpm
- Features: Data Recorder
Supplier: Systron Donner Inertial
Description: The LCG50 is a completely integrated unit featuring solid state quartz MEMS technology and all required electronics on a small footprint PC board module. With the characteristics of an instrument-grade sensor, the LCG50 is ideally suited for embedded applications requiring only a DC voltage input
- Type: Vibrating
- Angular / Rotary Axes: Uniaxial
- Angular Rate Range: 16.67 rpm
- Bandwidth: 50 Hz
Description: CTANS is a solid-state strapdown gyrocompass and motion sensor, based on fiber-optic gyroscope (FOG) technology. It is a 6-axis motion sensor that outputs highly accurate true heading, attitude, and motion data. IMO-certified, OCTANS is ideal for all surface vessel applications.
- Angular Rate Range: 125 rpm
- Linear Acceleration Range: -15 to 15 +/-g
- Electrical Output: Serial / Digital
- Device Type: Optical
Supplier: Silicon Sensing Systems
Description: (SPI®) output modes User adjustable bandwidth to 160Hz 3V supply Low noise Low power consumption (4mA) High shock and vibration rejection Hermetically sealed ceramic LCC surface mount package for temperature and humidity resistance Integral temperature sensor Low integration cost Design tools
- Bandwidth: 160 Hz
- Electrical Output: Serial / Digital
- Device Type: Vibrating
- Linear Acceleration Measurement: MEMS
Supplier: MEMSense, LLC
Description: The MAG3 is the world’s smallest commercially available analog inertial measurement unit, providing triaxial analog outputs of acceleration, rate of turn (gyroscope) and magnetic field data. The MAG3 is capable of sensing rotation, acceleration and magnetic field about three orthogonal axes
- Angular Rate Range: 100 rpm
- Transverse Sensitivity: 4 ±% Full Scale
- Linearity: 0.1000 ±% Full Scale
- Linear Acceleration Range: 10 +/-g
Supplier: Atmel Corporation
Description: The Atmel Inertial Two Sensors Xplained development board delivers a full nine– degree-of-freedom sensor platform—combining an accelerometer, compass, gyroscope, and temperature sensing—that is ideal for developing motion sensing or user interface applications.
Description: Testing and calibration solutions for sensors, inertial systems and components: accelerometers, gyroscopes, MEMS sensors.
- Type: Two-axis
- Motion Simulator System: Yes
Supplier: Mouser Electronics, Inc.
Description: Analog Devices ADIS16488 iSensor® Inertial Sensor is a complete inertial system that includes a triaxis gyroscope, a triaxis accelerometer, triaxis magnetometer, and pressure sensor. Each inertial sensor in ADI ADIS16488 combines industry-leading iMEMS® technology with signal conditioning
Supplier: Maxim Integrated Products, Inc.
Description: The MAX21100 is a monolithic 3-axis gyroscope plus 3-axis accelerometer Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU) with integrated 9-axis sensor fusion using proprietary Motion Merging Engine (MME) for handset and tablet applications, game controllers, motion remote controls, and other consumer devices
- Device Type / Applications: Other
- TJ: -40 to 185 F
- IC Package Type: LGA
- Pin Count: 16
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New Family of 10°/hour Miniature Inertial Sensors
LORD Corporation MicroStrain ® Sensing Systems – a global leader in developing embedded sensing systems for aerospace and industrial markets – has introduced the 3DM-GX4 ® family of miniature 10 °/hour inertial sensors, utilizing high-performance MEMS sensor technology.  ... (read more)
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Accelerometer for AHRS Application (.pdf)
Inertial navigation is the process of calculating the position and velocity of a body (such as an aircraft) from self-contained accelerometers and gyroscopes. Attitude and Heading Reference Systems or better known as AHRS are 3-axis sensors that provide heading, attitude and yaw information
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Strapdown Inertial Navigation Technology
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Online calibration and synchronization of cellphone camera and gyroscope
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Monitoring of basic daily activities with inertial sensors and wireless modules
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Proposed IEEE inertial systems terminology standard and other inertial sensor standards
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Augmented Environments for Computer-Assisted Interventions
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Analytical modeling and simulation of a 2-DOF drive and 1-DOF sense gyro-accelerometer
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Simulation, Modeling, and Programming for Autonomous Robots
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ADIS16400 - High Precision Tri-Axis Inertial Sensor Gyroscope , Magnetometer, Accelerometer The ADIS16400/ADIS16405 iSensorÂ® products are complete inertial systems that include a triaxal gyroscope, a triaxial accelerometer, and a triaxial magnetometer.