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Double-output gyro sensor offers wide sensing range

21 March 2011

Epson Toyocom's XV-3700C is a high-sensitivity gyro-sensor with a wide detection range that has been optimized as an input device for motion user interfaces. Available from Texim Europe, the XV-3700CB retains the low noise level and good bias stability of Epson Toyocom's current XV-3500CB while being able to sense motion accurately over a wide range by simultaneously delivering two modes.

These are: high-speed mode (sensing range: +/- 1500 dps) with a nominal scale factor of 0.8 mV/dps and a low-speed mode (sensing range: +/- 300 dps) with a nominal scale factor of 3.624 mV/dps. Features include:

·  Dual output for motion sensing
·  High-speed mode: 0.8mV/dps (+/- 1500 dps)
·  Low-speed mode: 3.624mV/dps (+/- 300 dps)
·  Ultra small package size SMD (5x3.2mm)
·  Supply voltage: 2.7 to 3.3V
·  Operating temperature: -20° to +80°C
·  Scale factor tolerance: +/- 8%
·  Hermetic sealed
·  High stability using vibration crystal

 


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