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MTi (legacy product)

Miniature MEMS based AHRS

The MTi is discontinued since August 31st, 2014. Please refer to the MTi 10-series and MTi 100-series.

The 3rd generation MTi contains gyroscopes, accelerometers and magnetometers in 3D, which enables it to output drift free orientation and calibrated data in real time. It has been proven in the field with 10.000s units shipped.

  • Reliable MEMS based orientation sensor
  • Featuring Xsens Kalman filter
  • On board DSP, running sensor fusion algorithm

Overview

EOL notice

 

Important: End-of-Life. The MTi is Xsens 3rd generation product. On August 31st, 2013, Xsens has issued an End-of-Life notice for the 3rd generation MTi products. Details on the EOL can be found in the End of Life Notice MTi 3rd generation (PDF). Please refer to the new MTi 10-series and MTi 100-series for the 4th generation MTi.

Overview

  • Real-time computed attitude/heading and inertial dynamic data
  • 360º orientation referenced by gravity and Earth Magnetic Field
  • Integrated 3D gyroscopes, accelerometers and magnetometers
  • On board DSP, running sensor fusion algorithm
  • Gyroscopes enable high-frequency orientation tracking
  • High update rate (120 Hz), inertial data processing at max 512 Hz
  • Individually calibrated for temperature, 3D misalignment and sensor cross-sensitivity
  • Accepts and generates synchronization pulses
  • Compact and robust design
  • Easy integration in any system (OEM) application
  • Low weight, ultra-low power consumption

Specifications and downloads

Interfaces RS-232, RS-485, RS 422 (max 921k6 bps) and USB (ext. converter) Dimensions 58 x 58 x 22 mm
Operating Voltage 4,5 – 30 V Static accuracy (roll/pitch) < 0.5 deg
Power Consumption 350 mW Static accuracy (heading) < 1 deg
Operating temperature range -40 to +85 ºC Dynamic accuracy 2 deg RMS
Gyro Bias Stability 20 deg/h Angular resolution 0.05 deg
Timing accuracy 10 ppm Weight 58 g
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