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MEMS Gyroscope from Silicon Sensing Systems

MEMS Gyroscope from Silicon Sensing Systems
Silicon Sensing Systems (UK) Ltd.
July 6, 2006

The VSG-4 MEMS vibrating-structure gyroscope from Silicon Sensing Systems Ltd., Plymouth, U.K., uses a tiny vibrating silicon ring to detect angular velocity through the Coriolis effect. The sensor's digital closed-loop control of ring vibration amplitude and frequency results in improved integrity, accuracy, and reliability. An evaluation board is available, which integrates the gyro with a 2-axis accelerometer, resulting in a typical sensor cluster for electronic stability applications. Sensors are intended for use in yaw rate sensing in vehicle stability control systems, among other applications.


CompanySilicon Sensing Systems (UK) Ltd.
CountryUnited Kingdom (UK)
Phone+44 (0)1752-723330
Fax+44 (0)1752-723331

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