i have an adxrs642 gyro.
i want to increase output of this gyro from 250 deg/sec to 1200 deg/sec. how can i do it?
I was using ADXRS620 for my angular rate measurement.
Since ADXRS620 is NRND, is ADXRS642 compatible with my 620, ie, in the same PCB (layout) used for 620 can I get same functionality with 642 (compatible in mechanical, electrical pin-outs, electrical…
I am undecided about which of these two sensors i can used to design a good stabilization platform for unmanned vehicles.
What are the pros and cons of these sensors? What do you recommend?
The sensors will be subject to high vibration.
The adxrs642 and Adxrs646 are low price gyroscopes. i'm confused to choose one of them for my IMU/AHRS!!
the ADXRS646 have better performance(12°/hr bias stability) but ADXRS642 have more better temperature stability.
also in ADXRS646 data…
I would recommend using the ADXRS642 instead, as it has been tailored for +5V operation.
ADXRS642 Datasheet and Product Info | Analog Devices
at least tell me what problems and exeptions may occur if i increase rate of ADXRS642?
Yes, it is one of the gyros used by automotive customers for roll-over detection and yaw rate sensing for electronic stability control. We also have the ADXRS642, ADXRS652 and digital output ADXRS800.
The output of any gyro (e.g ADXRS620, ADXRS642, ADXRS290) corresponds to the rotation rate (or rpm) along the sensitive axis, so you can use any single axis gyro for the RPM measurement. For tilt, the simplest solution would be to use a 3-axis accelerometer…