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Re: Sounds interesting, what does it cost?
Robotics Developer   11/19/2013 3:56:39 PM
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Thanks!  I was hoping that maybe someone had them who was reading these posts.. anyway , just have to wait and see.

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R_Colin_Johnson   11/19/2013 3:45:27 PM
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Sorry, I don't have any other specs and it seems too new to have a data sheet on the Bosch site yet. 

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Sounds interesting, what does it cost?
Robotics Developer   11/19/2013 3:28:56 PM
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The SM130 houses a 16-bit three-axis gyroscope and a 12-bit three-axis accelerometer, sounds good but what does it cost and what are the drift numbers?  This might be a nice robotic upgrade for an IMU if the cost and features are better than the current offerings.  With some of the cheaper MEMs they have a lot of drift/noise and this limits their usefulness, still they are used due to low cost and some tricks to "re-calibrate" on the fly.  Looking forward to hearing more of the details.

 

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krisi   11/18/2013 2:11:48 PM
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0.2K temperature resolution, very impressive!



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