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productroundup SENSORS/TRANSDUCERS Geomagnetic mod- ules extend battery life and boost accuracy in mobile compassing Experts in Electronic Adhesives & Encapsulants igation and location-based services in portable consumer systems by inte- grating high-resolution, three-axis sensing of linear and magnetic motion in a 5×5×1-mm package. Each module features 6-D orientation detection and two programmable interrupt sig- nals that enable immediate notifica- tion of motion detection and free fall. Operating power consumption is 360 μA, and the device provides output across full-scale ranges of ±2, ±4, and ±8g for linear acceleration and ±1.3 to ±8 gauss for the magnetic field. The LSM303DLM module sells for $1.95 (100,000). STMicroelectronics, www.st.com ↘ The LSM303DLM geomagnetic Tactical-grade gyroscope, IMU sensors provide 6° of freedom Scan Here to Download Your Comphrensive Electronic Adhesives & Encapsulants Brochure Resinlab off ers a complete line of electronic adhesives and encapsulants for circuit board assembly. www.resinlab.com 1-877-259-1669 60 EDN | MAY 26, 2011 ADIS16385 6°-of-freedom iSensor IMU (inertial-measurement unit) integrate MEMS cores, allowing easier implemen- tation of stabilization, navigation, and control features. The sensors combine tactical-grade perform ance of less than 10°/ hour, bias stability of 6°/hour, and angular random walk of ↘ The ADIS16135 iSensor preci- 0.75°/√hour. Factory calibration results in sensitivity of 16 ppm/°C and bias sta- bility to within 0.003°/second over −40 to +85°C. The dynamically compensated sensors provide a simple user interface and control through a standard SPI and register interface. The gyroscope and IMU target use in a range of industrial sion angular-rate gyroscope and modules address advanced nav- FREE

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