Replacement: SEN-10010. The new version of the board removes the high-pass filters which were creating some issues with the output. This page is for reference only.
There’s a lot of punch packed into this little IMU. The 6DOF Razor makes use of ST’s LPR530AL (pitch and roll) and LY530ALH (yaw) gyros, as well as the popular ADXL335 triple-axis accelerometer, to give you six degrees of measurement on a single, flat board.
All analog outputs of the gyros (1x and 4x amplified) and accelerometer are broken out to the 0.1" pitch headers. The gyro outputs have a full scale of ±300°/s, while the outputs of the accelerometer have ±3g range.
There is no on-board regulation, so you’ll need to provide a clean 3.3VDC power source, which will power all three sensors. All filtering capacitors and other components are included as shown on the pictures.
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