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Honeywell Unveils MV60, A New Precision Navigation Sensor for Aerospace and Beyond

Honeywell Unveils MV60, A New Precision Navigation Sensor for Aerospace and Beyond

  • Aerospace, industrial, and marine industries can benefit from a rugged, low-cost navigation solution that doesn’t compromise on performance

PHOENIX, March 22, 2022 – Honeywell (NASDAQ: HON) has unveiled a new accelerometer that delivers high performance and reliability in a small, rugged, and low-cost package. The MV60 micro-electro-mechanical system (MEMS) accelerometer is designed for aerospace and defense but also has potential uses for industrial and marine applications that require high-precision, navigation-grade accelerometers that are small, lightweight and require little power to operate.

The MV60 measures the acceleration experienced by an object during movement. These types of high-accuracy sensors are mainly used in inertial measurement units and navigation systems deployed on land, air, and sea vehicles to measure velocity. Additionally, inertial systems provide key orientation information for drilling operations; precision pointing and altitude determination for vehicles; platform stabilization; and target location and surveying.

“The MV60 accelerometer is a technological breakthrough that leverages 50 years of Honeywell inertial sensor and MEMS experience to offer excellent reliability, ruggedness and performance,” said Matt Picchetti, vice president, Navigation and Sensors, Honeywell Aerospace. “Our customers in a wide range of markets will benefit from an accelerometer that is smaller, lighter and requires less power over similar offerings, and they won’t have to sacrifice performance.”

The highly reliable Honeywell MV60 accelerometer features a compact footprint of only 1.2 square inches and boasts shock survivability of up to 5,000 g (g-force). It also offers bandwidth greater than 300 Hz (hertz), which is especially important for environmentally demanding missions.

The MV60 delivers accuracy and performance that previously had only been available in more expensive solutions. Now, customers have a more affordable, rugged, and small-scale offering suitable for the most demanding navigation applications. 

Accelerometers are critical elements of navigation systems, and Honeywell provides a portfolio of precision accelerometers that delivers reliable performance at affordable prices to meet customer needs.

 

About Honeywell

Honeywell Aerospace products and services are found on virtually every commercial, defense and space aircraft. The Aerospace business unit builds aircraft engines, cockpit and cabin electronics, wireless connectivity systems, mechanical components and more. Its hardware and software solutions create more fuel-efficient aircraft, more direct and on-time flights and safer skies and airports. For more information, visit www.honeywell.com or follow us at @Honeywell_Aero.

Honeywell (www.honeywell.com) is a Fortune 100 technology company that delivers industry-specific solutions that include aerospace products and services; control technologies for buildings and industry; and performance materials globally. Our technologies help aircraft, buildings, manufacturing plants, supply chains, and workers become more connected to make our world smarter, safer, and more sustainable. For more news and information on Honeywell, please visit www.honeywell.com/newsroom.

Ahjay Rai
Global Communications Lead

Ahjay leads communications for Honeywell Aerospace across Americas, Europe, Middle East, Africa and India.