Low Power 10 DOF IMU Sensor
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The 10 DOF IMU Sensor (C) is great at motion monitoring device, which also detects and measures position, altitude, and temperature. It is a good choice for creating your own copter or balancing robot and adding effective man-machine interaction.
- MPU9255: 3-axis gyroscope, 3-axis accelerometer, and 3-axis compass/magnetometer
- Internal Digital Motion Processing™ (DMP™) engine, offloads complicate fusion calculation, sensor synchronization, gesture recognition, etc.
- Comparing with MPU6050, it is lower power consumption, and more suitable for wearable devices
- BMP280: barometric pressure sensor
- Embedded temperature sensor for temperature compensation
- Comparing with BMP180, it is lower power consumption, and higher performance
- You can access the 10 DOF data through the onboard I2C interface
- Power: 3.3V~5.5V (internal voltage regulation with low dropout)
- Resolution: 16 bit
- Measurement range (configurable): ±2, ±4, ±8, ±16g
- Operating current: 450uA
- Resolution: 16 bit
- Measurement range (configurable): ±250, ±500, ±1000, ±2000°/sec
- Operating current: 3.2mA
- Resolution (configurable): 14 or 16 bit
- Measurement range: ±4800µT
- Operating current: 280uA
- Barometric pressure sensor
- Barometric resolution: 0.0016hPa
- Temperature resolution: 0.01°C
- Measurement range: 300~1100hPa (altitude: +9000m ~ -500m)
- Barometric relative accuracy (700hPa~900hPa, 25°C~40°C): ±0.12hPa (±1m)
- Operating current (1Hz update rate, ultra-low power mode): 2.8uA
- Low Power 10 DOF IMU Sensor User Manual (PDF)...
- 10 DOF IMU Sensor - C Code (zip file)...
- 10 DOF IMU Sensor - Schematic (PDF)...
10 DOF IMU Sensor Data Sheets
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