InnaLabs® Celebrates 2,500,000 hours in space
InnaLabs® is pleased to announce that our gyros reached 2,500,000 hours operation in orbit.
In 2015, InnaLabs® reported on the development of a range of specialist, precision Quartz Pendulous Accelerometers. The performance requirement for these accelerometers was a key design driver for meeting the market needs within the tactical and the navigation grade market segments. In order to extend InnaLabs® offering to cutting edge, volume applications with more stringent and highly dynamic environments such as High-Dynamic Precision Guided Systems, InnaLabs has recently released its new miniature low-cost precision Quartz Pendulous Accelerometer, the AI-Q-550. This paper shows the key features and budgets delivered by this 80g-MEMS-size accelerometer. It describes the design, construction and operating principles, with a special emphasis on the physical properties leading to extremely low warm-up, low bias vibration rectification (VRE), and bias and scale factor temperature stabilities of 100μg and 100ppm, respectively.