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HMC 6343 digital compass
The HMC 6343 digital compass offers a complete digital solution with heading/tilt outputs, hard iron calibration and a serial output interface.
Inertial Aerosystems has released a low-cost, three-axis digital compass module housed in a 9 x 9 x 1.9mm LCC surface package.
The HMC 6343 offers a complete digital solution with heading/tilt outputs, hard iron calibration and a serial output interface.
It combines three axes of magnetoresistive sensors and three axes of MEMS accelerometers with the required analogue and digital support circuits, and includes the algorithms for heading computation.
Featuring low-voltage operations (2.7 to 3.6V) it is available in tape and reel packaging, making it ideal for fast OEM assembly.
The HMC 6343 is compatible with battery-powered applications and complies with RoHS environmental standards.
This versatile product is ideal for integration into mobiles, wireless phones, consumer electronics, vehicle compassing and antenna positioning.
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