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Ultra compact & energy efficient Inertial Measurement Unit & High stability Q-MEMS gyro at Sensor Test
EPSON Electronics Europe GmbH has joined this exhibition from 2011. In 2012, we focus on displaying an "Inertial measurement unit (IMU)" and "Q-MEMS Gyro sensors".
The Sensor+Test will be held from 22. - 24. May 2012.
Epson Europe Electronics GmbH will be located in Hall 12, 374.
Inertial measurement unit (IMU) -S4E5A0A0-
Gyro +/-300dps, Accelerometer +/-3G
Small and lightweight
External dimensions: 24 x 24 x 10 mm3
Low power consumption
30 mA at VDD = 3.3V
High-accuracy, high-stability measurement performance
Angle random walk: less than 0.2 deg/√hr (accuracy)
Gyro bias stability: less than 6 deg/hr (stability)
Initial bias error: ±0.5 deg/s (1s) (static stability)
Comes with SPI and UART digital serial interfaces
Micro USB board for S4E5A0A0
Tiny USB board for IMU evaluation
This board acts as converter UART-I/F to USB-I/F.
It enables easy evaluation of the IMU with an laptop.
CAN bus system with IMU
IMU with CAN interface
CAN 2.0a/b protocol
(Baud rate Max. 1Mbps, Number of node Max. 127)
IP67 water proof
Industrial standard 5-pin M12 interface connector
Wireless system with IMU
Wireless connection IMU
IMU with fully featured Bluetooth class2 interface
(Max. 1kHz sampling, Number of node Max.4)
2h operation with Ni-AAA battery x1
6DOF 3axis gyro + 3 axis accelerometer -AH-6120LR/AP-6110LR-
3 axis gyro + 3 axis accelerometer
AH-6120LR Gyro +/-1000dps, Accelerometer +/- 6G
AP-6110LR Gyro +/-300dps, Accelerometer +/-3G
Low noise, high stability
Small package size
Gyro Sensor with automotive safety quality and features - XV-9000series-
Selectable detection range and detection axis
Detection range: +/-100dps or +/-300dps
Detection axis: X-axis or Z-axis
High vibration and shock resistance
Compact design and high stability
Operating temperature up to 125°C
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