High Accuracy 6dof Imu Sensor MEMS Imu Inertial Measurement Unit for Aviation IMU300
IMU300 Miniature High Overload Resistance MEMS Inertial Measurement
Unit is a small, tactical grade, low weight, high performance
non-GPS aided Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU), it adopts the newest
MEMS technologies, it is a new type of micro inertial measurement
unit which enjoys high reliability, high stability, and adjustment
in harsh environment.
The sensors in the IMU300 have excellent stability characteristics.
IMU300 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
Small size, low weight and low cost
Insensitive to magnetic fields
Fully calibrated, temperature-compensated
Range: acc ±10g, gyro ±400°/s, magnetic ±6gauss (custom design)
Bias stability: acc 0.005g, gyro 80°/h
Triaxial accelerometer, gyroscope sensors and magnetic sensors
achieve the best combination of measurement qualities
Overload resistance:10000g, IP67 protection
Wide temperature: -40°C～+85°C
Small size: 45*40*40mm
The IMU300 IMU is well suited for stabilization, guidance and
navigation applications in Industrial, Aerospace and Defense
markets. It is a crucial building block for inertial navigation
systems in UAVs, AUVs, AGVs, UGVs and ROVs.
IMU300 is also used for camera turret stabilization.
|Range||acceleromenter||±10g||support custom service|
|gyroscope||±400°/s||support custom service|
|magnetic sensor||±6gauss||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 Degrees of freedom of IMU sensor?
IMUs measure six degrees of freedom. This includes the measurement
of linear motion over three perpendicular axes (surge, heave, and
sway), as well as rotational movement about three perpendicular
axes (roll, pitch, and yaw). This yields six independent
measurements that together define the movement of an object or
What is the Sensor types that IMU sensor is composed of?
The IMU is comprised of at least two dedicated sensors, one or more
linear accelerometers and one or more gyroscopes or angular
accelerometers. An optional magnetometer may be integrated into the
unit to calibrate against orientation drift.
Accelerometers detect the direction and magnitude of change in
velocity. Simple accelerometers measure linear motion while biaxial
and triaxial accelerometers detect a change in velocity over a
plane or three-dimensional space, respectively. The IMU possesses a
triaxial (sometimes referred to as a triad) accelerometer, or
otherwise uses multiple accelerometers that are aligned across
Gyroscopes detect the angular rate or orientation about a given
directional vector. The angular rate is relative to a reference
surface. The IMU uses multi-axis gyros to provide measurements in
three orthogonal directions. These angular movements must be
aligned with those of the accelerometer.