The AHRS-8 navigation sensor is a MEMS-based attitude-heading reference system designed to address challenging environments that require the highest level of accuracy. Temperature compensated and individually calibrated over temperature, the AHRS-8 features include:
AdaptNav IIadaptive algorithms that provide real-time optimization of navigation sensor performance in varying electro-magnetic and dynamic operating environments
Fully temperature compensated and individually calibrated over the -40° to +70° C operating range, providing accuracy in a broad range of environments
Powerful user sensor customization via the NorthTek Development System
User selectable gyro and accelerometer dynamic range
Low power, with power management capability (sleep mode)
True North heading output via built-in World Magnetic Model
Robust, fully encapsulated design
The AHRS-8 will be shown at the AUVSI’s Unmanned Systems North America symposium August 6-9 in Las Vegas. Contact company for pricing and availability.
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