angular rate

angular rate

[′aŋ·gyə·lər ‚rāt]
(mechanics)
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VTI Technologies has started volume production of the world's smallest and lowest power consuming digital output 3-axis angular rate sensor, the CMR3000.
The component has excellent bias over temperature, high shock and vibration rejection and combines single-axis angular rate and dual-axis linear acceleration measurement.
33kHz; Smart FIFO for dynamic data batching and smarter power management: 4kbyte FIFO + 4kbyte flexible (FIFO or programmable); Full-scale acceleration range +/- 2 / +/- 4 / +/- 8 / +/- 16g; Full-scale angular rate range +/- 125 / +/- 245 / +/- 500 / +/- 1000 / +/- 2000 dps; Supply voltage from 1.
The Emergency Commission investigating the incident concluded that the incident was provoked by incorrectly installed angular rate sensors.
An engineer by training, Anthony Lo Cicero has represented companies in patent and trademark litigation involving product areas as diverse as e-commerce platforms, angular rate sensors, camcorders and textiles.
A device for sensing inertial motion that consists of angular rate sensors on three axes and accelerometers in three directions.
The star's proper motion angular rate is so fast (0.
It consists of three accelerometers and three single-component angular rate sensors.
ST's LSM330DL multi-sensor module detects acceleration up to 16g and angular rate up to 2,000 dps along the pitch, roll and yaw axes(2).
The devices exhibit excellent angular rate characteristics, with gyro bias instability less than 6 degrees/h.
The sensor incorporates three linear accelerometers and three angular rate sensors in a single data gathering system.
The output of a differential displacement capacitor is sent through demodulation stages included in circuitry on the chip, resulting in an analog voltage output, proportional to angular rate.