AI-Q-2001

    AI-Q-2001- Navigation Grade Accelerometer 1 AI-Q-2001- Navigation Grade Accelerometer 2

    InnaLabs' AI-Q-2001 series accelerometers offer navigation grade performance with exceptional repeatability and reliability making it the ideal choice for demanding navigation systems.

    The proven quartz flexure technology inside InnaLabs’ accelerometers provides a very high input range and excellent long-term repeatability, which make the AI-Q-2001 an optimal solution for AHRS and strap-down INS in aerospace, marine and land applications.

    The AI-Q-2001 features an internal temperature sensor that allows the user to carry out temperature calibration and compensation, enhancing the bias, scale factor and axis misalignment repeatability figures.  

    In addition to navigation applications, the AI-Q-2001 can be used to measure speed, distance and inclination in a wide range of applications, ranging from industrial control, test and measurement, transport, oil and gas and civil engineering.

    State-of-the-art manufacturing processes enable InnaLabs to offer AI-Q-2001 accelerometers at competitive prices.

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    Features

    • Navigation grade performance (<550 μg one year bias composite repeatability)
    • High Input Range (up to 60g measurement range)
    • Analogue output
    • Compact, rugged design
    • High stability under temperature changes
    • High reliability

    Technical Highlights

    ParametersUnitsValue
    Input Range g ±60
    Bias mg <4
    One Year Composite Repeatability µg <550
    Temperature Sensitivity µg/°C <30
    Scale Factor mA/g 1.0 to 1.2
    One Year Composite Repeatability ppm <600
    Temperature Sensitivity ppm/°C <180
    Axis Misalignment µrad <2000
    One Year Composite Repeatability µrad <100
    Operating Temperature °C -55 to +95
    Shock g 250
    Size mm Ø 38.4 x 26.65
    Weight g 71 ±4
    Case Material 300 Series Stainless Steel

    Connector Pin Description

    PinFunctionTypeCharacteristics
    1 Signal out
    2 Current Torque
    3 Negative Power Supply
    4 Positive Power Supply
    5 Not Connected
    6 Temperature Sensor Output
    7 Voltage Self -Test
    8 Signal & Power Return
    9 - 9VDC
    10 + 9VDC