Inertial and Orientation Sensors

Inertial and Orientation Sensors

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      GP9: GPS-Aided AHRS

      The GP9 is a GPS-aided AHRS that measures orientation, velocity, and position at 500 Hz. The GP9 combines temperature-compensated rate gyros, accelerometers, magnetometers, and absolute air pressure with GPS to produce angle estimates that are reliable even during aggressive dynamic maneuvers. Available in Q2, 2014

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      UM7-LT Orientation Sensor

      New! The UM7 is a 3rd-generation Attitude and Heading Reference System (AHRS) that takes advantage of state-of-the-art MEMS technology to improve performance and reduce costs. Like its predecessors, the UM7 combines triaxial accelerometer, rate gyro, and magnetometer data using a sophisticated Extended Kalman Filter to produce attitude and heading estimates.