IMU Analogue output

An Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU) is a 6-DOF system that measures linear and angular motion using a combination of accelerometers and gyroscopes. MEMS based IMUs include a range of precision inertial sensors, including a triaxial acceleration sensor and a triaxial gyroscope. The IMU outputs acceleration and rotation rate signals in the form of an analog raw signal. Due to the excellent long-term stability and the low noise (bias, scale factor, noise, angular random walk) of the sensors used, it is possible to reliably obtain position changes in all 6 DOFs with high accuracy and repeatability by integrating the analog sensor signals twice.

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IMU Analogue output

MRM60 Analogue IMU

Analogue output Six-Axis IMU

  • Ranges to 490 Degrees/sec +/-15g
  • Bandwidth 250 Hz
  • Output +/-2.5V or +/-5V
  • Low Noise 0.0016 Deg/sec/Hz

IMU-7LN/MF Inertial Sensor 6DOF

IMU Inertial Sensor

  • Rotation +/-75 to 900 Deg/Sec
  • Acceleration +/-2g, 5, 10, 25 or 50g
  • Bandwidth up to 700 Hz
  • Low Noise 0.018 Deg/sec/Hz

IMU8 Inertial Sensor 6DOF

Precision 6DOF IMU Sensor

  • Rotation +/-100 or 200 Deg/Sec,
  • Acceleration +/-2g, 5, 10 or 30g
  • Bandwidth 100 Hz
  • Low Noise 0.0016 Deg/sec/Hz

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