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Cost-effective high-performance MEMS inertial sensor
Designed with cost effective MEMS technology for high performance inertial system applications, Honeywell’s MV60 inertial sensor will significantly increase the value of your next product offering across several markets.
Top Performing Breaktrough
Honeywell’s MV60 is a single-axis, in-plane acceleration sensor, housed on a 1.085 inch square circuit board. The MV60 operates on less than 45 mW power, is rugged to 5000 g’s of shock, and features a high bandwidth > 300Hz.
It utilizes silicon-based Micro-Electro-Mechanical Systems (MEMS) technology in this high-performance accelerometer offering. Until now, MEMS technology has not crossed the threshold of high performance and has been reserved for lower performing markets. Leveraging over 50 years of inertial sensor and MEMS experience, Honeywell’s new MV60 breaks through this performance constraint to give the user the ability to address the most demanding trade-offs between size, weight, power (SWaP), cost and performance.
- Commercial aerospace
- Commercial Marine
Key Honeywell Advantages
- Precision at an affordable price
- Robust design and quality assurance provide superior reliability
- Digital square-wave output
- Excellent shock survivability
- Low power consumption
- High bandwidth
- Simple compact design for seamless system integration
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