GNAS products

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Integrating state-of-the-art MEMS technology with the technology we have developed for years, we have successfully developed a small and light sensor that has become the aviation industry’s top performing GNAS motion sensor. The sensor can measure 3-axis acceleration speeds and 3-axis angular velocities; furthermore, it can accurately measure angles of postures, including pitch and roll angles, using its own posture calculation algorithm. Also, it is equipped with a GNSS receiver, and by integrating information with the one inside the MEMS device, it can measure highly accurate azimuth angles, latitude and longitude, and altitude and speed simultaneously. All of these data will be synchronized with GNSS time and outputted.
  • CSM-MG100
    High-end GNAS motion sensor.
    It boasts the top performance in the industry with its small size. In particular, there is less noise with acceleration speed and angular velocities, and we achieved high performances with ± 0.2 degrees as the typical value in pitch and roll angles. As an output frequency, it can cope with a maximum of 500Hz, so it is ideal for measuring the performance of motion of an object. In addition, due to the GNSS hybrid navigation system, position and speed information can be outputted in underpasses or tunnels where GNSS is temporarily interrupted; thus it can be used without having to choose a location for measurement. The CSM-MG100 is our confident and innovative approach at designing a product in an area where typically expensive IMUs with high performances have been used.
  • Low-cost GNAS motion sensor.
    This product is well balanced in terms of performance, with its size and cost being perfect for installation in drones, disaster robots and industrial robots. In addition to the high-performance motion measurements, it comes equipped with USB and RS422 on its interface. You can select the output frequency from 40Hz to 400Hz. Since the output data can be flexibly selected, you can customize it on your own. We believe that the CSM-MG200 will help you to increase development speed dramatically and accomplish satisfactory products.

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csm-mg100

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Performance Range of Detection Typical Accuracy
 3-axis Acceleration  Low Range Sensor ±29.42m/s^2 (±3G) ±0.01m/s^2(wthin ±9.8m/s^2)
    High Range Sensor ±58.840m/s^2 (±6G) ±0.5m/s^2, for reference
 3-axis Angular Rate  Low Range Sensor ±5.23598 rad/s(300°/s) ±0.00175rad/s(±0.1°/s)
    High Range Sensor ±15.70796 rad/s(900°/s) ±0.01745rad/s(±0.5°/s), for reference
 Attitude  Roll -180.00~179.99° ±0.2°(Low Range Sensor Selected)
    Pitch ±90°
 Heading 0.00~359.99°
 Positon LAT. ±90.0000° 3.0m RMS or Less
    LON. -180.0000~179.9999°
    ALT. -600~9000m
 3-axis Velocity ±250m/s@each axis 0.3m/s RMS or less
Specifications Note
 Dimensions W40×D76×H26mm
 Weight 80g or less
 Supply Voltage DC 4.75V~5.25V 1.5W Max
 Communication Interface TIA-422(921.6kbps)
 Output Frequency 100Hz or 500Hz selectable
 Connector Communication I/F HR10G-10R-10S(71)
    GNSS ANT. SMA
 Operating Environment Temperture -40~71℃
    Vibration 250Hz@29.4m/s^2 RMS

Option

  • GNSS antenna

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  • USB conversion cable

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  • Data logger LOGGER-CSM

    LOGGER-CSM is a device for recording
    digital data outputted from the CSM-MG100 to a USB memory stick
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    Function Records the sensor data onto a USB memory stick
    Power-supply voltage DC +5V
    Recording performance 180MB / h
    Operating environment -40~+71℃
    Data output USB memory stick USB memory stick
    Size 72×105×40 mm
    Weight Less than 300g
    Accessories CSM straight cable power cable AC adapter file conversion software
    Characteristics It has a built-in capacitor so that it can continue to operate even when the power of a device which enables recording digital data outputted from the CSM-MG100 into a USB memory stick is cut off.
    Specifications Request the specification document here
  • Analog converter ANALOG-CSM

    This equipment converts digital data that
    is outputted from the CSM-MG100 into analogue voltage output (3-axis acceleration speed / 3-axis angular velocity / posture / azimuth / synthesis speed)
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    Function It converts speed, posture, directions, acceleration and angular velocity into analog voltage output
    Power-supply voltage DC+9~42V
    Operating environment -40~+71℃
    Data output Analog output Analog output (± 10V, 0-10V, 0-5V output) (the output range can be adjusted)
    Size 130×105×51 mm
    Weight Less than 700g
    Accessories CSM straight cable power cable
    Characteristics This device can convert digital data outputted from the CSM-MG100 into analogue voltage output (3-axis acceleration / 3-axis angular velocity / posture / azimuth / speed) with its built-in capacitor, allowing it to continue operation even when power is cut off.
    Specifications Request the specification document here

CSM-MG20 Specifications

Performance Range of Detection Typical Accuracy
 3-axis Acceleration ±39.23m/s^2 (±4G) ±0.1m/s^2(wthin ±9.8m/s^2)
 3-axis Angular Rate ±17.45329 rad/s(1000°/s) ±0.00873rad/s(±0.5°/s)
 Attitude Roll -180.00~179.99° ±0.5°
    Pitch ±90°
 Heading 0.00~359.99°
 Positon LAT. ±90.0000° 3.0m RMS or Less
    LON. -180.0000~179.9999°
    ALT. -600~9000m
 3-axis Velocity ±250m/s@each axis 0.3m/s RMS or less
Specifications Note
 Dimensions W36×D56×H17mm
 Weight 36g or less
 Supply Voltage DC5~12V 1.5W Max
 Communication Interface TIA-422(Max 921.6kbps), USB Serial 3Mbps
 Output Frequency Max 400Hz
 Connector Communication JMCK-PRS24-9P
    GNSS ANT. MCX Jack
 Operating Environment Temperture -40~71℃
    Vibration  250Hz@39.23m/s^2 RMS

Option

  • GNSS antenna

    GNSS
  • 422 connecting cable

    USB
  • USB conversion cable

    422cable