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.
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