Dual Axis Gyro - IDG1215

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The IDG-1215 is an integrated dual-axis angular rate sensor (gyroscope). It uses InvenSense’s proprietary and patented MEMS technology with vertically driven, vibrating masses to make a functionally complete, low-cost, dual-axis angular rate sensor. All required electronics are integrated onto a single chip with the sensor.

The IDG-1215 gyro uses two sensor elements with novel vibrating dual-mass bulk silicon configurations that sense the rate of rotation about the X- and Y-axis (in-plane sensing). This results in a unique, integrated dual-axis gyro with guaranteed-by-design vibration rejection and high cross-axis isolation. It is specifically designed for demanding consumer applications requiring low cost, small size and high performance.

The IDG-1215 gyro includes the integrated electronics necessary for application-ready functionality. It incorporates X- and Y-axis low-pass filters and an EEPROM for on-chip factory calibration of the sensor. Factory trimmed scale factors eliminate the need for external active components and end-user calibration. This product is lead-free and Green Compliant.

  • 3V single-supply operation
  • Integrated X- and Y-axis gyros on a single chip
  • +/-67 degrees/second full-scale range
  • 15mV/degree/second sensitivity
  • Integrated amplifiers and low-pass filters
  • Auto-Zero function
  • On-chip temperature sensor
  • High vibration rejection over a wide frequency range
  • High cross-axis isolation by proprietary MEMS design
  • Hermetically sealed for temp and humidity resistance
  • 10,000 g shock tolerant
  • 4 x 5 x 1.2mm

Dual Axis Gyro - IDG1215 Product Help and Resources

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