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Gladiator Technologies Announces Improved Performance Rugged G200 Dual Axis Gyro

By Caroline Rees / 07 Nov 2013

Gladiator Dual Axis GyroGladiator Technologies announced today release of their improved G200 Dual Axis Gyro. This enhanced model builds upon the successful heritage of the company’s predecessor gyros including the G50Z and G100Z. The analog output X and Y axis gyro offers a small form factor, low power consumption with exceptional performance in a durable package to perform even in the most rugged environments.

The G200 is the latest addition to Gladiator’s family of analog output gyros and accelerometers offering best-in-class noise and bias with exceptional performance over temperature and low misalignment and g-sensitivity. The G200 dual axis gyro has many advanced performance features including:

Ultra Low Gyro Noise 0.002°/sec/√Hz
Short Term Gyro Bias 4°/hour 1σ
Bias Over Temperature ≤ 0.1°/sec 1σ
Axis misalignment < 4mrad 1σ
G-Sensitivity <0.005°/sec/g 1σ
Ultra Low Power < 10 mA typical
Bipolar Output Signal
Light Weight 18 grams
Low Voltage +5V (single sided power)
Bandwidth 200Hz
Environmentally Sealed
Voltage Output
Internal Temperature Sensor
Self Test
Shock Resistant 500g
Vibration 6gRMS
High MTBF
Export ECCN 7A994 (NLR)

Gladiator’s CEO, Mark Chamberlain, remarked, “Gladiator Technologies’ high performance and ultra-low noise gyros offer exceptional bias over temperature performance with rugged durability. The improved G200 enables dual axis on-gimbal pitch and roll stabilization in very small applications with demanding environmental and performance requirements. In addition, it has a simple analog output.” Chamberlain added, “The G200 is the latest in a series of new high performance ultra-low noise MEMS products that we will soon bring to market early next year. We are excited about our emerging technology and products and to be a leader in the high performance MEMS inertial market.”

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