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              Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU) : M-G370


              EPSON's FOG Class performance IMU in 1 inch cubic size

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              Features List of M-G370
              Product Name M-G370
              Small Size, Light Weight 24 x 24 x 10 mm, 10grams
              Low Noise, High Stability Gyro Bias Instability 0.8°/hr
              Angular Random Walk 0.06°/√hr
              6 Degree Of Freedom Triple Gyroscopes ±450 °/sec
              Tri-Axis Accelerometer ±10G
              Data Resolution 16 / 32bit
              Digital Serial Interface SPI / UART
              Factory-Calibrated Stability Bias, Scale Factor & Axial alignment
              Data Output Rate to 2kSps
              Calibration Temperature Range -40℃ to +85℃
              Operating Temperature Range -40℃ to +85℃
              Low Power Consumption 16mA (Typ.) @ 3.3V


              • Navigation Systems (Autonomous Vehicle, Precision Agriculture, Construction Machinery)
              • Stabilization system (Antenna and Platform Stabilization, Camera Gimbal)

              Technical Information

              IMU:M-G370 Document

              Evaluation Board Document

              Epson prepares 2 types of IMU evaluation Support for easy installation in customer's evaluation environment.
              For the Evaluation at PC, EPSON prepare "Logger Software" for quick and easy evaluation.

              For "Evaluation Board" and "Logger Software", please visit our Evaluation Tools website.


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