The IIM-42351 is a 3-axis accelerometer packaged in a small 2.5 mm x 3 mm x 0.91 mm (14-pin LGA) package.
The IIM-42351 includes multiple capabilities to enable easy, robust and accurate inertial and inclination measurements in Industrial applications:
The host interface can be configured to support I3CSM slave, I2C slave, or SPI slave modes. The I3CSM interface supports speeds up to 12.5 MHz (data rates up to 12.5 Mbps in SDR mode, 25 Mbps in DDR mode), the I2C interface supports speeds up to 1 MHz, and the SPI interface supports speeds up to 24 MHz.
The device features an operating voltage range from 3.6V down to 1.71V.
HD mapping, surveying and Geo-referencing
Industrial Robots, Warehouse and Mobile Robots
Bridge GNSS outage and provide terrain compensation inputs during normal operation in various agricultural environments, particularly for Equipment navigation/guidance/positioning
Maintain blade and bucket position on bulldozers, excavators, motor-graders, etc. during normal operation. Additionally, the IMU data is coupled with GNSS to constrain position and bridge GNSS outage.
Precision data enabling the creation of HD maps and surveys, but also provide exact position for stabilization and location.
Industrial robots use motion data to enable automation, improve efficiency and monitor conditions, as well as the precise motion and vibration measurements produced.