The kits are designed to support the company's latest MTi-3 and MTi-7 inertial measurement units capable of a static roll/pitch measurement accuracy of ±0.5°rms, a dynamic roll/pitch measurement accuracy of ±0.8°rms, and a dynamic yaw measurement accuracy of ±2°rms. Both kits include the 12.1x12.1x2.6mm SMT modules mounted on a shield board with an Arduino-compatible header for easy integration into shield-based prototype systems, providing access to the module’s I2C, SPI and UART interfaces and a micro-USB connection. The MTi-3 is an Attitude Heading and Reference System (AHRS) providing inertial measurement data and roll/pitch/yaw measurements, while the MTi-7 is a full-featured GNSS/INS module which accepts a GNSS input to provide full 3D orientation, position and velocity data as well as inertial measurement data. The kits are supplied with Xsens’ intuitive MT Software Suite for the Windows and Linux, and a software development kit with drivers and embedded software examples.
Xsens - www.xsens.com
And last month’s winners are…
In our previous reader offer, French startup Ikalogic was giving away 10 of its Logic Analyzer ScanaQuad SQ25 bundled together with a Trigbox, worth 115 Euros as a package, for eeNews Europe's readers to win.
Lucky winners include Mr I. Milliken and N. Riddiford from the UK, Mr T. Tsoukias from Greece, Mr J. P. Almeida from Portugal, Mr O. Kalscheuer from Germany, Mr B. Blixhavn from Norway, Mr P. F. Galimi from Austria and Mr V. Isaev from Slovenia. All should be receiving their packages soon. Let's wish them some interesting findings with their new tool.