Electronic Products Magazine picks ACEINNA's new IMU381ZA
as one of the " 10 Hot Sensors for Automotive"
January 31, 2019 - Andover, Massachusetts
Designing for automotive applications is becoming more challenging with new technologies and features that are driving up the number and types of sensors used in vehicles today. Two of the newest, and perhaps the biggest, drivers are autonomous driving and safety systems.
Vehicles are packed with traditional sensors measuring pressure, temperature, position, speed, humidity, and load, along with a growing number of new sensors for use in advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS). ACEINNA’s IMU381ZA has been selected as one of the "10 Hot Sensors for Automotive" by Electronic Products Magazine, as it can provide fully-qualified MEMS based solutions for measurement of static and dynamic motion in a wide variety of challenging applications including autonomous driving, drones, and precision farming.
According to Electronic Products Magazine, “Integrated inertial sensing modules like ACEINNA’s IMU381ZA can replace a number of sensing functions in a single component, saving space and reducing the bill of materials as well as reducing cost and development time.”
The six-degrees-of-freedom (6 DOF) (with an optional three-axis magnetic sensor) IMU381ZA can measure acceleration of up to 4 g, offers a 3V to 5.5V supply voltage, and operates over a wide temperature range from –40°C to 85°C, with a small footprint of 24 × 37 × 9.5mm.
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