Gladiator Technologies’ upgraded SX2 product line of low noise, high speed MEMS inertial sensors offers major inertial performance improvements, enhancing Gladiator’s technical offering while maintaining the SWaP-C advantage of low noise MEMS sensors. The SX2 line further establishes Gladiator’s inertial sensors as the premier MEMS choice for precision stabilization applications.
Gladiator Technologies has released an upgraded product line of low noise, high speed MEMS inertial sensors. The next-generation SX2 line offers major advancements in performance including ARW as low as 0.0018?/s/?Hz, 600 Hz Bandwidth, up to 10 kHz data rate and digital message delay below 100µs through improvements to Gladiator Technologies’ lightning-fast VELOX™ processing technology.
“The SX2 products build on the success of the previous generation SX line, qualified and integrated for multiple defense and commercial applications,” stated Eric Yates, Vice President of Business Development. “We are thrilled to offer performance previously reserved for large inertial systems in each of our products smaller than 1 cubic inch; enhancing our technical capability while maintaining the SWaP-C advantage of our low noise MEMS sensors.”
Products included in the SX2 upgrade include the G300D Triaxial Gyroscope, LandMark™005 IMU, and the LandMark™007 and LandMark™007X IMUs designed for high dynamic applications. Each product offers customers common performance features and unique choices for gyroscope rate up to 2000?/s and accelerometer range up to 200g.
Each of the SX2 products features Gladiator Technologies’ cutting-edge VELOX™ technology designed to drive high speed filtered outputs without sacrificing gyro and accelerometer sensor performance.
“The SX2 product line leverages all of our continuous improvement efforts over three years,” stated Lee Dunbar, Chief Software Architect. “The 35% improvement in ARW performance and expanded VELOX™ capabilities have further reduced digital message delay through user customized baud rates and bandwidth and further establish Gladiator’s inertial sensors as the premier MEMS choice for precision stabilization applications.”