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Supplier: RS Components, Ltd.
Description: to filter, compensate, calibrate and fuse raw 9-axis data provided by an accelerometer, a gyroscope and a magnetometer. With a simple I²C connection the host MCU can easily tap into the motion and position data. Maximum Frequency = 400kHz Data Bus Width = 32bit Mounting Type = Surface Mount
- Data Bus: 32-Bit
- Supply Voltage: 3.3 V, Other
- Package Type: Other
- Pin Count: 28
Description: Reviews methods for measuring magnetically hard materials using pulsed field magnetometers. The methods of measurement of the magnetic properties of magnetically hard materials have been specified in IEC 60404-5 for closed magnetic circuits and in IEC 60404-7 for open magnetic circuitsShow More
Supplier: SBG Systems SAS
Description: solution when connected to an odometer. APPLICATIONS Marine Connect the Ellipse-E to an external dual antenna GPS receiver to get accurate navigation and heading information without relying on magnetometers. Ellipse is designed to operate in Marine and Subsea applications. Resistant to water
- Angular Rate Range: 75 to 167 rpm
- Linear Acceleration Range: 8 to 16 +/-g
- Bandwidth: 250 Hz
- Accuracy: 0.2000 ±% Full Scale
Supplier: RS Components, Ltd.
Description: The Microchip MM7150 Motion Sensor Module is a fully integrated inertial measurement device suitable for a wide range of applications requiring motion and 3D positioning data. The module incorporates MEMS technology coupling an accelerometer, gyroscope and magnetometer with Microchip's SSC7150
- Sensor Type: Acceleration Sensor
- Input (Supply) Voltage: 3.6 volts
Supplier: MEMSense, LLC
Description: in. × 0.5 in. height. The nIMU is provided with a 8 inches cable terminated in a JST receptacle. Table 2 details the pinout of the connector configuration. Features: - Miniature Package - Triaxial Accelerometer - Triaxial Magnetometer (compass) - Triaxial Angular Rate Sensor - Solid State MEMS
- Angular Rate Range: 25 rpm
- Transverse Sensitivity: 1 ±% Full Scale
- Linearity: 0.1000 ±% Full Scale
- Linear Acceleration Range: 2 +/-g
Supplier: Inertial Labs Inc.
Description: orientation, it utilizes 3-axes each of precision accelerometers, magnetometers, and gyroscopes. Integration of gyroscopes' output provides high frequency, real-time measurement of the device rotation about all three rotational axes. Accelerometers and magnetometers measure absolute pitch, roll
- Angular Rate Range: 50 rpm
- Linear Acceleration Range: 6 +/-g
- Bandwidth: 50 Hz
- Electrical Output: Serial / Digital
Supplier: MEMSense, LLC
Description: High performance 3D digital output sensor featuring RS422 protocol with a minimal weight of 95 grams. Temperature compensated IMU with a robust housing ideal for rugged and military environments. Also available with an additional High G triaxial accelerometer. The rugged 6DOF Micro IMU (µIMU)
- Angular Rate Range: 25 to 200 rpm
- Linear Acceleration Range: 2 to 10 +/-g
- Bandwidth: 50 Hz
- Electrical Output: Pulse / Frequency, Serial / Digital
Supplier: Cessna Aircraft Company
Description: (PFD) GDU-1044B Multifunction Display (MFD) GEA-71 Engine/Airframe Computer GRS-77 AHRS GDC-74A Air Data Computer with OAT Probe GMU-44 Magnetometer Garmin SafeTaxi & FliteCharts GFC-700 Autopilot Go-Around Switch Electric Trim A/P Disconnect Control Wheel Steering Button ElectronicShow More
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TE Connectivity (TE) is contributing to aerospace innovation by providing negative temperature coefficient (NTC) thermistors in NASA ’s Juno spacecraft, the second mission exploring Jupiter. TE thermistors are measuring the temperature of Juno ’s magnetometers to ensure reliable measurement and data collection during high temperatures. By leveraging our core competencies in high reliability sensors for harsh environments such as temperature, radio frequency interference (RFI... (read more)
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High Accuracy eCompass Solutions by Kionix
expectations for eCompasses, ROHM Group Company Kionix, a leading supplier of MEMS sensors based in Ithaca, New York, has developed the KMX61, an ultra-compact, ultra-low-power 6-axis combo sensor that combines a 3-axis magnetometer and 3-axis accelerometer in a single package. MI Technology Provides Greater Precision While Minimizing Power Consumption in MEMS Magnetic Sensors. The KMX61, which in addition to the 3-axis magnetic sensor and 3-axis accelerometer MEMS incorporates a control ASIC... (read more)
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Control System Automates Paleomagnetic Studies
to obtain accurate measurements is to manually measure each sample several times in several different positions relative to a magnetometer. Increasingly, researchers are implementing automated systems to remove some of the time burden and to reduce measurement errors. . Automated Measurement & Precise Control: Modern data acquisition systems have flexible instrumentation and powerful analysis software capabilities which aid lab research. At CAS DataLoggers, one of our customers... (read more)
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A sound card based multi-channel frequency measurement system
The magnetometer frequency was compared to a stable reference oscillator (i.e., the Rb frequency standard) by means of a phase comparator, and the er- ror signal was used to control the solenoid current, thus realizing a phase-locked loop.
Sensitive optical atomic magnetometer based on nonlinear magneto-optical rotation
The divided AM-NMOR oscillation frequency nearly matched the Geometrics Cs magnetometer frequency except for small, nonlinear Zeeman terms and any heading error.
Microwave frequency-magnetic field ratio stabilisation for ESR spectrometers (MIMARS)
By trial and error the followingsampling rate and measuring time interval for measurement of both microwave frequency Flrw and magnetometer frequency F~INwere found conveni- ent: sampling interval .
Stray field modulation effects in the rubidium magnetometer
The amplitudeof the observed modula- tion is dependent on magnetometer frequency and perturbing frequency, and in special circumstances a d.c. error or no error can result.
A portable low noise low frequency three-axis search coil magnetometer
Filter networks locatedi n the conditioning electronics unit shaped the overall magnetometer frequency response to the desired design goal values.
High frequency fluxgate sensor noise
The output signal was not lowpassfdtered, in order to keep the magnetometer frequency response determined as closely as possi- ble by the sensor itself.
Quantum magnetometer for stabilization of the neutron magnetic resonance
… field can be generated using a simple analog divider (120-fold) of the output frequency of the cesium vapor magnetometer, and exact tuning to the neutron resonance frequency can be provided by slightly chang- ing the magnetometer frequency with the aid of …
Digital detection and feedback fluxgate magnetometer
Overall magnetometer frequency response .
Parametrically amplified MEMS magnetometer
Figure 3: Magnetometer frequency response measured at various pump amplitudes.
Electromagnetically-induced transparency in a diamond spin ensemble
enables all-optical electromagnetic field sensing
We tested the magnetometer frequency response by varying the frequency of a ∼ 130 nTrms sinusoidal field modulation, and found ex- cellent agreement with the response plotted in Fig. S8.
Additionally, the Y-axis magnetometer frequency increases at the this time.
Human MCG measurements with a high-sensitivity potassium atomic magnetometer
Therefore, we calibrated the magnetometer frequency characteristics to obtain accurate MCG field distributions. .
A counting system for use with the rubidium magnetometer
However, the magnetometer frequency (2:250 kc/s) is beyond the range of standard tele- metry systemsused in the rockets available.
Preliminary proposal of scientific data verification in CSES mission
Vector field Magnetometer Frequency range: DC-4 Hz Dynamic range: -65,000 to 65,000 nT HPM (Fluxgate magnetometer) Frequency range: DC-15 Hz Dynamic range: -65,000 to 65,000 nT .
Evaluation of the candidate Main Field model for IGRF 2000 derived from preliminary Ørsted data
Thelargesterrors(uptoseveralthousandsofnT)arelinked to a software problem that occurs during the magnetometer frequency calibration.