Competitive Price IMU Module Inertial Sensors Anti Shock Imu Inertial Measurement Unit for ROV IMU200
IMU200 Inertial Measurement Unit is a high performance
tactical-grade Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU) designed to meet the
needs of a broad range of guidance and control applications. IMU200
adopts low power consumption design and simplifies system
integration by offering many configurable features.
IMU200 is factory calibrated and compensated for temperature
effects over the full temperature operating range.
IMU200 has been successfully deployed on a wide range of weaponry,
UAVs, stabilized platforms and commercial applications.
High stability, high accuracy, high reliability, high survivability
Best in Class Performance
Fully calibrated, temperature-compensated
Angular range:±400°/s, acceleration range:±10g (custom design)
Bias stability: acc 0.005g, gyro 80°/h
Triaxial accelerometer, gyroscope sensors achieve the best
combination of measurement qualities
Small size, lightweight packaging, and header connector interface
ideal for OEM integration
Overload resistance:10000g, IP67 protection
Wide temperature: -40°C～+85°C
Small size: 38*35*28mm
All inertial sensors utilized in our tactical IMUs are designed,
developed and manufactured by SkyMEMS, more than 10 year proven
performance in a wide range of military and commercial
- Ground survey
- Stabilized platforms
- Antenna and camera pointing
|Range||acceleromenter||±10g||support custom service|
|gyroscope||±400°/s||support custom service|
|Bias stability||acceleromenter||0.005g||1σ standard|
|Bias repeatability||acceleromenter||0.005g||1σ standard|
|Output interface||0~3V analog output|
High Performance Imu Inertial Measurement Unit
- High-quality components, industrial-grade MEMS only
- Excellent for control and stabilization
- Proven and robust filter design
- Overload resistance: 10,000g
- Full tests and individual calibration from -40 to 85°C
- High cost effective
What is the Working Principle of IMU sensor??
IMUs operate by use of reference data, bias values from an initial
starting point, and calculate changes to these values using its
integrated sensors. A central processing unit calculates
directional information; position, speed, orientation, and
direction of movement, at a given time in space using the IMU. The
sensors suffer from orientation drift as they calculate these
variables using a process known as dead-reckoning and are subject
to accumulative errors.
What is Dead reckoning?
Dead reckoning is the calculation of current position by use of a
previously determined location and the advancement of that position
by a known or estimated directional speed over an elapsed time. The
process was first used in marine navigation and relied upon manual
measurements. IMUs calculate accurate directional information using
integrated sensors and operate using these same principles.
Orientation drift is the propagation of orientation errors. Small
measurement errors of acceleration and angular velocity produce
larger errors in velocity that are compounded into even greater
errors in position. Orientation drift, the difference between the
actual position and orientation from the measured values, increases
with respect to time as measurement errors are compounded. IMUs
typically incorporate some amount of calibration in order to
compensate for orientation drift.