Inertial Aerosystems launches HG 1900
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HG 1900 MEMS gyro-based inertial measurement unit
Inertial Aerosystems has launched the HG 1900, a micro electromechanical system (MEMS) gyro-based inertial measurement unit.
The HG 1900, manufactured by US-based Honeywell, was originally developed for the defence and space industries.
Its performance is consistent with tactical missile and smart munitions requirements, and offers a cost effective solution in numerous commercial applications.
The HG 1900 has a high level of automatic computation as well as complete attitude measurement.
Incorporated in the unit are three quartz accelerometers and three tactical MEMS gyroscopes, together with a proven ARM7 microprocessor.
It also features a low power consumption of +/- 15 Vdc, + 5 Vdc input power, with an operating temperature range of -55 to +85C and an accelerometer range of +/- 70g.
The HG 1900 is contained in a physically integrated, hermetically sealed package, and measures <75 mm height and diameter and weighs <450 grams.
It draws<3 watts of power.
This product has applications in military and commercial navigation, robotics, offshore drilling, as well as unmanned land and marine vehicles.
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