Features and Benefits
- Excellent null offset stability over temperature
- High vibration rejection over a wide frequency range
- 2000 g powered shock survivability
- SPI digital output with 16-bit data-word
- Low noise
- Continuous self-test
- Fail-safe functions
- Temperature sensor
- 3.3 V and 5 V operation
- −40°C to +105°C operation
- Small, low-profile industry standard SOIC package provides yaw rate (Z-axis) response
- Qualified for automotive applications
The ADXRS810 is an angular rate sensor (gyroscope) intended for automotive navigation applications. An advanced, differential, quad-sensor design rejects the influence of linear acceleration, enabling the ADXRS810 to operate in exceedingly harsh environments where shock and vibration are present.
The ADXRS810 uses an internal, continuous self-test architecture. The integrity of the electromechanical system is checked by applying a high frequency electrostatic force to the sense structure to generate a rate signal that can be differentiated from the baseband rate data and internally analyzed.
The ADXRS810 is capable of sensing an angular rate of up to ±300°/sec. Angular rate data is presented as a 16-bit word, as part of a 32-bit SPI message.
The ADXRS810 is available in a cavity plastic SOIC-16 and is capable of operating across both a wide voltage range (3.3 V to 5 V) and temperature range (−40°C to 105°C).
- Car Navigation
- Platform Stabilization
Product Lifecycle Not Recommended for New Designs
This designates products ADI does not recommend broadly for new designs.
Documentation & Resources
Reduced Integration Time Improves Accuracy in Dead Reckoning Navigation Systems7/1/2013 Analog Dialogue