World's Smallest 6-Axis Sensors in Single Package

6-Axis sensor from Epson Toyocom
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Texim Europe provides the AH/AP-61xx series, the world's smallest 6-axis sensors from Epson Toyocom. These low-noise, low-power products comprise a 3-axis QMEMS quartz gyro-sensor and an extremely stable 3-axis accelerometer within a single package. The AH/AP-61xx was developed by leveraging these technologies for high-integrity motion tracing and motion tracking applications.

These sensors have a wide dynamic range (up to 83dB), enabling high-precision control via accurate tracing and helping improve the certainty of motion recognition. The high-integrity analog signal output of these 6-axis sensor has the flexibility to meet the need for mixed signal processing in customer systems. Customers can thus process signals in the best way for any given application, and realize designs with low noise and broadband output.

The new AH/AP-61xx series packs critical application performance features into a small package (10.0 x 8.0 x 3.8t mm). Among these features are 6G (AH-6120LR) of shock resistance and low current consumption, a more than sufficiently low power draw to meet the requirements of low power systems. The AP-6110LR is the preferred sensor for standard applications (not under "trade control").

Epson Toyocom also launched two new series of sensing platforms. These evaluation tools are designed to help developers more easily develop and evaluate sensor applications. The E Series consists of two multifunction sensor evaluation units, while sensing platforms in the M Series are compact, specialized evaluation modules.

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