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:: Rate Sensors - Gyros
11206AC Rate Sensor
The Measurement Specialties’ 11206AC rugged uniaxial angular rate gyro is capable of accurately measuring angular rate under varied environmental conditions. A tough, compact housing holds potted electronics and a shielded 22 AWG cable.
11207AC Rate Sensor
The Measurement Specialties’ 11207AC rugged uniaxial angular rate gyro is capable of accurately measuring angular rate under harsh conditions. A tough, compact housing holds potted electronics and a shielded 22 AWG cable.
31206B Rate Sensor
Measurement Specialties’ 31206B Triaxial Rate Gyro is capable of sensing angular rate around three orthogonal axes. Fully temperature compensated analog outputs are available for the X, Y and Z axes.
31207B Rate Sensor
The Measurement Specialties 31207B Triaxial Rate Gyro is capable of sensing angular rate around three orthogonal axes. Fully temperature compensated analog outputs are available for the X, Y and Z axes.
603 Rate Sensor
The Model 603 is a small, lightweight triaxial rate sensor designed for high impact testing. The sensor utilizes reliable silicon MEMS sensing elements with custom electronics in angular rate ranges of ±500 to ±24,000deg/sec.
620 Rate Sensor
The Model 620 Angular Rate Sensor is a small analog gyroscope designed specifically for automotive safety testing and other system designs requiring accurate measurement of angular velocity.
633 Rate Sensor
The Model 633 6-DOF Sensor is an analog sensor that includes outputs of three gyroscope/rate sensors and three DC accelerometers in one small package. The rate sensors and accelerometers are aligned orthogonally to each other which allow the user to measure motions in all 6 degrees of freedom (6 DOF).
GY407D Rate Sensor
The GY407D is the first rate gyro to support SCPI-like commands, return data in engineering units, and work with an ASCII terminal emulator. It also performs basic functions such as evaluating minimum, maximum, magnitude, and peak-to-peak.
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