Three Axis Digital Compass Achieves 0.5º Heading Accuracy

Three Axis Digital Compass Achieves 0.5º Heading Accuracy
Honeywell Sensing and Control

Honeywell’s HMR3601 tilt-compensated, three-axis digital compass specifies a 0.5º typical heading accuracy and employs a unique gyro stabilization to reduce the effects of magnetic disturbances. Maximum heading error is 1° at levels from 0º to 50°C. Other features include a ±80° pitch and roll range, less than 0.5° tilt accuracy, and an RS-232 interface. In a compact and rugged, 1” x 1.04” x 0.54” module, target applications include handheld and worn optics, wearable information systems, vehicle heading, target locator heading, antenna pointing, weather station heading, and UAV/AUV heading.

Honeywell M&PS
Plymouth, MN.
800-323-8295
763-954-2474
[email protected]
http://www.magneticsensors.com

Contact Info

Company: Honeywell Sensing and Control
Country: United States (USA)
Phone number: 800-537-6945
Fax: 815-235-6545

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