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Welcome to Silicon Sensing

Thanks for clicking through to find out more about Silicon Sensing Systems and its products.  Angle, acceleration, roll, pitch and yaw measurements – you could say that we view the world a little differently. In the autonomous environment, our high volume cost-effective inertial measurement units (IMUs) and combi-sensors are enabling reliable motion sensing, supporting all aspects of autonomous control.  For example, our latest low-cost IMU, the DMU11, offers unrivalled value for money in a miniature package - where each sensor benefits from individual compensation over temperature.

To find out more on our DMU11, see below or click the product image opposite.  To talk to us simply submit the brief form, below, and we will be in touch.

A little bit more about the DMU11

Product description

DMU11, like DMU10, combines MEMS angular rate and linear acceleration sensors to create a precision, low-cost, six-degrees-of-freedom (6-DOF) IMU for complete motion sensing and control in three-dimensional space.  However DMU11 features a redesigned layout to minimise physical space, for applications where space is at a premium.  DMU11 is suitable for a wide range of applications and is calibrated over the full rated temperature range.

 

The DMU11 Output Message is output on a RS422 Serial interface at 460,800 baud using a non-return to zero protocol. The DMU11 RS422 driver does not include a 120 ohm termination resistor which is normally associated with the RS422 interface. Therefore if the user is not going to use the receive feature of the DMU11 (RX Lo and Rx Hi), then a 120 ohm termination resistor needs to be inserted between Pins 3 and 4 of the connector. Pins 3 and 4 should not be left unterminated since noise received on Pins 3 or 4 could cause the DMU11 to stop transmitting data on its transmit lines. Ideally, the termination resistor should be placed as close to the connector as possible.

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