Closed Loop, Digital, MEMS Accelerometers & Gyros for Drones and Robotics

Digital MEMS Accelerometers Enter Full Volume Production

Tronics Microsystems completes the pilot production of its AXO®301 & AXO®305 MEMS accelerometers By Sarah Simpson / 29 Nov 2023
Digital MEMS Accelerometers Enter Full Volume Production
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Following the announcement of the AXO®300 accelerometer series extension in February, Tronics Microsystems has completed the pilot production of its AXO®301 and AXO®305 MEMS accelerometers which now enter full volume production.

Thanks to their miniature SMD package, 24-bit SPI interface and low-power consumption, Tronics AXO305 and AXO301 accelerometers offer a digital, cost-effective and low-SwaP alternative to bulky, expensive, and power-consuming analog solutions like tactical-grade quartz accelerometers.

AXO301 high-resolution MEMS accelerometer

AXO®301High Resolution MEMS Accelerometer & Inclinometer

Tailored to high resolution industrial inclinometers and railway applications, the AXO®301 is designed to provide acceleration and deceleration measurements for high-vibration applications such as UGVs (unmanned ground vehicles), land robotics and automated train control.

  • Input measurement range of ±1 g
  • Broadband resolution of 50 µg
AXO305 MEMS Accelerometer

AXO®305High Performance MEMS Accelerometer for Navigation

Suited as a replacement for bulkier and costlier quartz accelerometers, the AXO®305 is tailored to navigation, positioning and motion control functions of land, marine and subsea applications such as ship and ROV motion control, and autonomous ship navigation.

  • Input measurement range of ±5 g
  • Composite bias repeatability of 1 mg

Find out more about Tronics Microsystems’s high performance MEMS inertial sensors for demanding applications on the company website >>

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