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Inertial Labs releases 2-axis, 3-axis gyroscopes

April 24, 2020  - By
Inertial Labs' TAG-200 two-axis and TAG-300 three-axis gyroscopes are designed for use in harsh environments. (Photo: Inertial Labs)

Inertial Labs’ TAG-200 two-axis and TAG-300 three-axis gyroscopes are designed for use in harsh environments. (Photo: Inertial Labs)

Inertial Labs has released its TAG-200 two-axis and TAG-300 three-axis gyroscopes, developed for electro-optical systems, gimbals, line-of-sight, and pan and tilt platforms for stabilization and pointing applications.

According to the company, TAG-200 and TAG-300 utilize advanced performance, tactical-grade MEMS sensitive elements, of which size, power consumption, reliability and performance are ideal for accomplishing complex tasks requiring accurate stabilization of assorted platforms.

The gyroscopes, designed for use in harsh environments, can withstand extreme shock and vibration in accordance with MIL-STD-810 ground mobile use, Inertial Labs added. In addition, they are fully digitized, include built-in test functionalities and have no moving parts.

Key advantages of the dual TAG-200 and triple TAG-300 axis gyroscopes include low noise, low latency, wide bandwidth, high data rate, low bias drift, low VRE, high MTBF and ITAR-free, Inertial Labs said. The gyroscopes are factory calibrated over operational temperature range with low non-orthogonality and misalignment between sensitive elements. They’re also QA/QC tested and supplied with individual calibration and acceptance test certificates.

Inertial Labs, based in Paeonian Springs, Virginia, manufactures orientation and navigation sensor solutions.

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