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HGuide n380 Inertial Navigation System

The HGuide n380 is an incredibly small, light-weight, self-contained, all-attitude Inertial Navigation System designed for applications where robust, continuous position and attitude navigation data is required.

The HGuide n380 is an incredibly small, light-weight, self-contained, all-attitude Inertial Navigation System designed for applications where robust, continuous position and attitude navigation data is required.

The HGuide n380 contains Honeywell’s leading edge i300 inertial measurement unit (IMU) and provides a powerful dual-antenna, multi-frequency, multi-constellation RTK capability.

Honeywell’s integration expertise blends the IMU and GNSS data to provide an accurate, robust navigation service to your application with all the functionalities that you need.

The HGuide n380 output data includes time stamped position, velocity, angular rate, linear acceleration, roll, pitch and heading information. In dual-antenna mode, the device supports GNSS-based heading measurements and initialization.

Key Honeywell Advantages:

  • Honeywell proven navigation algorithms for air, land and sea.
  • World-class inertial sensor development, calibration, and compensation.
  • Proven reliability, dependability, and ruggedness.
  • Accepts RTCM3 GNSS corrections.
  • Highest performing Inertial Navigation System of its size, weight and price.
  • Configuration flexibility. Only purchase the features you need.
  • Multiple configurable communication ports.
  • The HGuide n380 is not ITAR controlled. Its Export Control Classification Number (ECCN) is 7A994.

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Brochure: HGuide n380 Inertial Navigation System
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Manual: n380 Mechanical and Electrical
Manual: n380 Software Messaging
Manual: n380 STP
Whitepaper How to synchronize a Honeywell HGuide n380/n580 navigator with an Ouster OS1-16 Lidar Unit
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How does an inertial navigation system work?

An inertial navigation system (INS) is comprised of an IMU, a global navigation satellite system (GNSS) receiver and sensor fusion software. These components work together to calculate position, orientation, and velocity to deliver critical navigation information in GNSS-denied areas like urban canyons, bridges, tunnels, mountains, parking garages and dense forests.

What is the difference between INS vs IMU?

The heart of an INS system is its inertial measurement unit (IMU). This mechanism is composed of three orthogonal gyros and three orthogonal accelerometers.

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