3 Axis Gyro Sensor rate gyro Digital Gyroscope Mems Gyroscope
Sensor for Platform MG303D
MG303D enjoys high accuracy, small size, and great shockproof
property, it is an ideal option for auto electronics, AHRS, robot,
missile guide and control, aircraft stability control, inertial
navigation, antenna stability, etc.
MG303D Triaxial Digital MEMS Gyroscope meets state-of-the-art
systems requirements for precision accuracy, low noise angular rate
sensing with a digital RS-422 output. The sensor sensitivity and
bias is extremely stable over a wide temperature range from -40°C
3-Axis angular rate sensor (yaw, pitch, and roll)
Digital output: RS422
Range: ±400°/s (other range can be designed)
High Stability and Low Noise
Interchangeable Sensor Rugged for Harsh Environments. ·
High Accuracy and Linearity over Wide Temperature Range
Support ODM custom service
Working temperature: 40℃～+85℃
MG303D serial 3-axis Digital MEMS Gyroscope has been widely applied
in the specific applications, such as:
- UAV, IMU systems
- Precision Agriculture
- Camera/Antenna/Platform Stabilization
- Precision chassis development
|Bandwidth (Hz, -3dB)||260|
|Reliability MTBF (hour)||100000|
|Shock resistance(g, without power, 0.5ms)||10000g|
High Performance Mems Gyroscope
- High-quality components, industrial-grade MEMS sensors only
- Excellent for control and stabilization
- Shock Resistant Package
- Full tests and individual calibration from -40 to 85°C
- High cost effective
What is Major Parameters of MEMS Gyroscopes?
Sensitivity (mV/dps or dps/LSB): Sensitivity in mV/dps defines the
relationship between 1dps and the analog gyroscope’s output voltage
change over the zero-rate level. For digital gyroscopes, the
sensitivity (dps/LSB) is the relationship between 1LSB and dps.
Sensitivity change vs. temperature (%/°C): This parameter defines
when temperature changes from 25°C room temperature, how the
sensitivity will change in percentage per °C.
Zero-rate level change vs. temperature (dps/°C): This parameter
defines, when temperature changes from 25°C, how the zero-rate
level will change per °C.
Non linearity (% FS): This parameter defines the maximum error
between the gyroscope’s outputs and the best fit straight line in
percentage with respect to full scale (FS) range.
System bandwidth (Hz): This parameter defines the angular velocity
signal frequency from DC to the built-in bandwidth (BW) that the
analog gyroscopes can measure.
Rate noise density (dps/√Hz): This parameter defines the standard
resolution for both analog and digital gyroscopes that one can get
from the gyroscopes’ outputs together with the BW parameter.
Self-test (mV or dps): This feature can be used to verify if the
gyroscope is working properly or not without physically rotating
the printed circuit board (PCB) after the gyroscope is mounted on