Dual Axis Gyro - LPR503AL - 30 deg/s

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This is a low-power dual axis (pitch and roll) MEMS gyro with a ±30°/s maximum range. Options include integrated low pass filters and embedded power down and self-test features. Both x and y outputs are analog, and a 4x amplified output signal is also available for both axes. Comes in an LGA-16 package.

  • 2.7 to 3.6VDC supply
  • Dual axis pitch and roll sensing
  • ±30°/s output
  • Low power consumption
  • Wide operating temperature range (-40°C to +85°C)
  • High stability overtemperature
  • Embedded power-down feature
  • Analog angular-rate outputs
  • 4x amplified analog outputs
  • Integrated low pass filters
  • Embedded self test
  • High shock survivability

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