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Inertial Aerosystems has launched the QRS28, a miniature quartz dual-axis rate sensor manufactured by Systron Donner to measure angular movement in two orthogonal axes.

The sensor is said to be ideal for military and demanding commercial uses where stabilisation of moving or vibrating platforms is an issue.

It has simple DC-to-DC operation using two of Systron Donner’s MEMS gyrochip rate sensors.

The product has no moving parts and is contained in a hermetically sealed stainless steel cylinder for use in hostile environments and where high reliability is required.

The QRS28 measures 26.7 x 18mm and weighs 20g, making it ideal for use where space and weight are at a premium.

It has low power consumption at

Applications include: platform stabilisation; guidance and control; autopilot control; gun and optical line-of-sight stabilisation; missile seeker head stabilisation; and instrumentation and fast-slewing, low-noise scanning systems.

Miniature Systron sensor has military applications

Inertial Aerosystems has launched the QRS28, a miniature quartz dual-axis rate sensor manufactured by Systron Donner to measure angular movement in two orthogonal axes.

The sensor is said to be ideal for military and demanding commercial uses where stabilisation of moving or vibrating platforms is an issue.

It has simple DC-to-DC operation using two of Systron Donner’s MEMS gyrochip rate sensors.

The product has no moving parts and is contained in a hermetically sealed stainless steel cylinder for use in hostile environments and where high reliability is required.

The QRS28 measures 26.7 x 18mm and weighs 20g, making it ideal for use where space and weight are at a premium.

It has low power consumption at

Applications include: platform stabilisation; guidance and control; autopilot control; gun and optical line-of-sight stabilisation; missile seeker head stabilisation; and instrumentation and fast-slewing, low-noise scanning systems.

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