MTi-620 VRU


About the MTi-620

The MTi-620 is the highest standard in Vertical Reference Units (VRUs). Its sensors and sensor fusion algorithm measure roll, pitch, and (unreferenced) yaw. As a part of the MTi 600-series, this module is lightweight and robust as well as cost-effective and easy to integrate. You can seamlessly integrate the MTi-620 in your application in two ways: either with the header facing down, directly mounted on a PCB, or as a standalone, with a flat cable for communication. It is also highly flexible, with native CAN support. The MTi-62VRU comes as an industrial-grade, highly affordable MEMS-based orientation sensor with an integrated sensor fusion algorithm and an easy-to-use Development Kit.  

 

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Technical Specifications

Sensor fusion performance

  • Roll, Pitch
    02. deg RMS
  • Yaw/Heading
    unreferenced, low drift
  • Position
    Strapdown Integration (SDI): Yes

Sensing Components

  • Gyroscope
    Standard full range: 2000 deg/s
    In-run bias stability: 8 deg/h
    Noise density: 0.007 º/s/√Hz
  • Accelerometer
    Standard full range: 10g
    In-run bias stability: 10 (x,y) 15(z) µg
    Noise density: 60 µg/√Hz
  • Magnetometer
    Available
  • Barometer
    Available

System Specifications

  • Mechanical 
    IP-rating (equivalent): IP51
    Dimensions: 28x31.50x13 mm
    Weight: 8.9 gram
  • Electrical
    Input voltage: 4.5 to 24VPower consumption (typ.): <1 W
  • Interfaces / IO
    Interfaces: UART, CAN, RS232
    Protocols: Xbus, ASCII (NMEA) or CAN
    Output frequency: 1kHz, 400Hz SDI
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MTi-620 Software

You can do everything you need to with your MTi-620 using the MT Software Suite. The suite contains a specially developed, easy-to-use graphical user interface, as well as drivers for various operating systems. It also offers example source code and complete documentation. The software includes: 

  • 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 

For additional support, you can also contact our technical support staff. 

Documentation

MTi-620 leaflet
MTi 600-series documentation
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Where to buy

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