Analog Devices ADXRS800 iMEMS Gyroscope

Analog Devices launched their ADXRS800 iMEMS gyroscope for automotive electronic stability control, rollover detection, and pitch detection applications. The ADXRS800 features a continuous self-test architecture that simplifies algorithms for failure detection and enables system designers to quickly integrate fault detection into designs. The ADI chip is available now in 10 mm x 10 mm, 16-lead SOIC cavity package (ADXRS800WBRGZ) and 9 mm x 8 mm, 14-Terminal LCC vertical form package (ADXRS800WBEYZ). Both are priced at $50 each (per 1,000).

Analog Devices (ADI) ADXRS800 iMEMS gyroscope for automotive electronic stability control, rollover detection, and pitch detection applications

ADI ADXRS800 iMEMS Gyroscope Key Features

  • Differential quad sensor technology
  • High vibration and shock immunity over a wide frequency range
  • Enables reliable and stable readings in harsh environments
  • Measurement range of ±300°/s at high resolution of 80 LSB/°/s
  • Power consumption is only 6 milliamps under typical conditions
  • Null offset stability of 3°/s maximum over temperature and product life
  • Low noise with a noise-rate density specification of 0.02°/sec/√Hz at +105°C
  • Qualified for automotive applications
  • Continuous electro-mechanical self-test feature ensures integrity of the gyro output signal
  • Available in a cavity plastic SOIC-16 (Z-axis) and a SMT-compatible vertical mount package (X-axis)
  • Internal temperature compensation over an extended industrial temperature range
  • Extended temperature range of -40 °C to 125 °C

More info: Analog Devices ADXRS800 Angular Rate Sensor (pdf)