In all models, the Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU) includes direct measurement of acceleration and angular rate. The computed outputs vary between models and can include pitch, roll, yaw, a complete attitude and heading reference solution (AHRS), or a complete position, velocity and attitude solution (PVA), as well as integrated GNSS outputs. All sensors are fully temperature-compensated and calibrated over the operating temperature. The use of Micro-Electro-Mechanical System (MEMS) technology allows for highly accurate, small, light-weight devices.
The LORD Sensing MIP Monitor software can be used for device configuration, live data monitoring, and recording. Alternatively, the MIP Data Communications Protocol is available for development of custom interfaces and easy OEM integration.
- High-performance integrated multi-constellation GNSS receiver and advanced MEMS sensor technology provide direct inertial measurements, and computed attitude and heading outputs in a small package
- Triaxial accelerometer, gyroscope, magnetometer, temperature sensors, and a pressure altimeter achieve the optimal combination of measurement qualities
- Economical combination of AHRS and GNSS outputs for use in customer supplied Kalman Filters