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SensorDymanics Enters Gyroscope Market

Photonics.com
Apr 2010
GRAZ, Austria, April 15, 2010 — SensorDymanics, a micro and wireless semiconductor products manufacturer, has launched its two- and three-axis gyroscopes.

Its patented sensor elements are fabricated by the PSM-X2 MEMS process, which is available for 8-in. wafers. They can be used as standalone components or combined with a 3-D accelerometer.

The company will offer the 2- and 3-D MEMS gyroscopes as standalone products for use in industry, automation engineering, medicine and navigation applications. Additionally, an automotive version for the -40 to 125 °C temperature range that is certified to AEC-Q1000 is in the works.

Produced using its patented dual-cavity technology, the 3-D device will be integrated with a 3-D accelerometer to offer a complete inertial measurement unit with six degrees of freedom on a few square millimeters of chip space, said the company.

For more information, visit:  www.sensordynamics.cc 

GLOSSARY
chip
1. A localized fracture at the end of a cleaved optical fiber or on a glass surface. 2. An integrated circuit.
gyroscope
See fiber optic gyroscope; ring-laser gyroscope; micro-optic gyroscope.
sensor
1. A generic term for detector. 2. A complete optical/mechanical/electronic system that contains some form of radiation detector.
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