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  • New MAX21105 3-axis gyroscopes plus 3-axis accelerometer

    Maxim's new MAX21105 is a monolithic 3-axis gyroscopes plus 3-axis accelerometer inertial measurement units (IMU).

    The MAX21105 is the industry’s most accurate 6 DoF inertial measurement units capable of working with a supply voltage as low as 1.71V designed to serve applications such as drone/helicopter toys, handsets and tablets, game controllers, motion remote controls, and other consumer devices.

    In particular, the MAX21105 features low gyroscope zero-rate level error (GZRLE), low and linear gyroscope zero-rate level drift over temperature (GZRLDT) and low gyroscope phase delay (GPD) that makes the MAX21105 ideally suited for both flight and camera platforms stabilization on drone applications.

    A large 512-byte FIFO extends the time during which the application processor can stay in a power-saving state.

    The MAX21105 is available in a 3mm x 3mm x 0.83mm package 16-lead plastic land grid array (LGA) package and can operate within a temperature range of -40°C to +85°C.

    Evaluation boards and kits listed here with a log in.

    This article was originally published in forum thread: New MAX21105 3-axis gyroscopes plus 3-axis accelerometer started by normnet View original post
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