High performance Digital MEMS Gyroscopes
Miniature and high bias stability digital MEMS gyroscopes for dynamic applications
High performances digital MEMS Gyros for demanding applications
GYPRO® is a unique family of high performance closed-loop digital MEMS gyroscopes housed in a SMD package. While open-loop MEMS gyros tend to demonstrate poor performances in harsh conditions, the built-in force-rebalance architecture makes our GYPRO® sensors extremely linear and insensitive to vibrations and linear accelerations.
Leveraging a best in-class vibration rejection, excellent bias instability and Angular Random Walk (ARW), GYPRO® is the perfect candidate for precision attitude and angular rates measurement in demanding environments.
The superior bias stability, scale factor repeatability and low latency make GYPRO® an industry-leading sensor solution to build IMU (Inertial Measurement Unit) for high performance attitude and motion control systems as well as INS (Inertial Navigation Systems) for GNSS-aided positioning and navigation in highly dynamic applications.
Seamless and cost-effective system integration
Our GYPRO® digital MEMS gyroscopes feature a 24-bit digital SPI interface that speeds-up their integration compared to conventional sensors solutions. The in-house factory calibration can also remove the need for costly and complex temperature modeling and compensation at system-level. For applications where safety matters, the digital interface integrates both a complete initial self-test as well as a unique continuous in-operation self-test.
Contrary to expensive and bulky solutions like FOG (Fiber Optic Gyros), DTG (Dynamically Tuned Gyros) and quartz gyros, our high accuracy MEMS inertial sensors are housed in a small hermetic SMD package to reduce the overall SWaP-C (Size, Weight, Power and Cost).
For applications requiring both high precision angular rate and acceleration measurement with high bias stability, the GYPRO® gyroscopes are ideally complemented by our AXO® closed-loop digital MEMS accelerometers sensors that feature the same digital interface and SMD package to pave the way to a new generation of affordable high performance multi-axis sensors solutions.
|Performance / Typical values||Unit||GYPRO®4300||GYPRO®4050||GYPRO®3300||GYPRO®2310-G2300LD||GYPRO®2300|
|Bias instability (Allan variance)||°/h||0.5 (typ)
|Angular Random Walk||°/h||0.1||0.08 (typ)
|Bias in-run stability||°/h||7||7||10||30||30|
|Bias run to run repeatability||°/h||10||10||10||10||10|
|Residual bias temperature error (1 σ)||°/h||50||50||72||45||45|
|Scale Factor non linearity||ppm||100||100||
|Scale Factor run to run repeatability||ppm||60||60||25||100||100|
|Residual Scale Factor temperature error (1 σ)||ppm||230||230||400||500||500|
|Vibration Rectification Error||°/h/g²||0.5||0.5||0.5||30||30|
|Vibration range (operation)||g rms||8 [20-2000Hz]||8 [20-2000Hz]||8 [20-2000Hz]||4 [20-2000Hz]||4 [20-2000Hz]|
|Size (L x l x h)||mm||12 x 12 x 5.5||12 x 12 x 5.5||19.6 x 11.5 x 2.9||19.6 x 11.5 x 2.9||19.6 x 11.5 x 2.9|
|Package||28 pins J-Lead||28 pins J-Lead||CLCC 30||CLCC 30||CLCC 30|
To facilitate the evaluation of GYPRO® angular rate sensors, Tronics has designed the GYPRO®-EVB, an evaluation board compatible with Arduino platform. For USB interface, simply purchase an Arduino Leonardo board, plug it on the GYPRO®-EVB and download Arduino software & drivers
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Evaluation Tool – Tutorial – Installation and Programmation of the Evaluation Kit
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