The MTi-2 is a self-contained Vertical Reference Unit (VRU). Its sensors provide calibrated inertial data on the 3D rate of turn, 3D acceleration and 3D magnetic field, while an added sensor fusion algorithm computes 3D orientation data on the basis of a gravity-reference frame: drift-free roll, pitch, and accurate, unreferenced yaw.
As a member of the MTi 1-series, the MTi-2 stands out for its small form factor (12.1mm x 12.1mm), easy integration, low cost and robustness – as well as its strapdown integration algorithm. Suitable for a wide range of (embedded) applications, the MTi-2 relieves you of the effort of integrating and maintaining gyroscopes, accelerometers and other sensors as well as of having to design an all-in-one VRU solution.
Sensor Fusion Performance
- Roll, pitch
0.5 deg RMS
unreferenced, low drift
Strapdown Integration (SDI): Yes
Standard full range: 2000 deg/s
In-run bias stability: 10 deg/h
Noise density: 0.007 º/s/√Hz
Standard full range: 16g
In-run bias stability: 30 µg
Noise density: 120 µg/√Hz
IP-rating (equivalent): IP00
Dimensions: 12.1 x 12.1 x 2.55 mm
Weight: 0.6 gr
Input voltage: 2.19 to 3.6V
Power consumption: 44 mW @ 3V
Interfaces: UART, SPI, I²C
Output frequency: up to 2kHz
You can manage your MTi-2 with the MT Software Suite, which contains an easy-to-use graphical user interface, as well as drivers for various operating systems. Many other useful tools are also included, such as:
- MT Manager (GUI)
- MT SDK, including programming examples for C, C++, C#, MATLAB, Python, ROS and Nucleo boards
- Magnetic Field Mapper (MFM) calibration tool, as GUI and SDK
The suite comes with complete documentation and you can always access our technical support staff.
Where to buy
Are you ready to purchase or try out an MTi-2 module? Here are three next steps you can choose from.