Bosch Sensortec BMI088 inertial measurement unit

Wednesday, 06 February, 2019 | Supplied by: Mouser Electronics (Hong Kong) Ltd

The BMI088 high-performance inertial measurement unit (IMU), from Bosch Sensortec, delivers a stable, low-noise, 6-axis inertial sensor designed for industrial and harsh environment drone and robotics applications.

The IMU incorporates a 16-bit digital, triaxial accelerometer and a 16-bit digital, triaxial gyroscope to measure orientation and detect motion along three orthogonal axes. The device offers acceleration ranges of ±3 to ±24 g and gyroscopic slew rates up to ±2000°/s.

The high performance and high speed of the product enable it to suppress vibrations, which can help ensure smooth navigation and avoid crashes in applications such as drones. It provides vibration-quelling speed and 16-bit accuracy to enable ultralow drift maximum bias drift of 2°/h.

With its vibration robustness and temperature stability even under sudden temperature fluctuations, the device is designed to enhance steering and navigation accuracy even in high-vibration environments. It is compatible with other Bosch sensors, such as the BMI085 IMU, to simplify integration into existing designs. It comes factory calibrated and ready to use in a compact 3 x 4.5 x 0.95 mm package.

For development, the BMI088 shuttle board enables designers to gain easy access to the sensor’s pins via a simple socket. Because all Bosch Sensortec sensor shuttle boards have identical footprints, they can interface with the company’s other development tools for optimal flexibility.

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