TransducerM TM210 Introduction
SYD Dynamics TransducerM Model no. TM210-G and TM210-GP are Z-Axis gyroscopes with fine calibration.
The TransducerM TM210-G / TM210-GP are designed as Z-Axis gyroscope capable of outputting calibrated Z-Axis angular rate and Yaw angle (heading angle). The robust and simplistic design, with cost in mind, makes both models suitable for use with inertial guidance of Autonomous Guided Vehicles (AGV), or used as a stand-alone gyroscope for simple mechanical sensing and control.
Both models provide the following output:
- Yaw angle (heading angle) with range of 0-360 degrees.
- Z-axis rotation rate in rad/s or º/s unit.
Dedicated Z-Axis Gyroscope
Get the maximum performance with ultra cost effciency,
output Z-Axis angle (Yaw) and rotation rate.
Serial and USB dual port
we provide C/C++ communication library with example code
it is also staightforward to write your own parsing code.
Offers configuration GUI (ImuAssistant),
setting and date logging.
Improved accuracy. Comes with thermal compensation and Factory Calibration.
The TransducerM TM210-G / TM210-GP are carefully factory calibrated for rotation rate and heading output. Both models are not tilt compensated, which means the measured data is about the rotation and heading angle in the sensor frame around the Z-Axis, regardless of how they are installed on the vehicle. If tilt compensation is required, you may choose our product offerings with 3D sensing capabilities (such as TM200, TM352, TM362 , TM362-P, TM510 etc.)
The TM210-G is more robust to vibrations and has stable bias, while TM210-GP is more precise in sensitivity but relatively fragile to sudden shock and impacts.
The TransducerM TM210-G / TM210-GP highlights
- Typital yaw drfiting down to 2.1° every 25 minutes in dynamic car driving condition on flat surface.
Typital static yaw drfiting <5.0 °/h (TM210-G ) and <3.0 °/h (TM210-GP).
- Wide range thermal calibration.
- Excellent Non-linearity down to 0.06% Full Scale.
- Yaw drifting can be zeroed using static start up or manually when API is called.
- Sturdy housing. Short period reverse voltage protection.
- Improved ESD protection on TXD and RXD port.
Adjustable UART baud rate.
- Micro USB 2.0 port.
- Low energy consumption, 80mA at 5V typital.
|Yaw angle output range||±1000 °/s||±400 °/s|
|3.5° error every 25 minutes||2.1° error every 25 minutes||RMS Error1, 2, 3|
|Bias Stability||<5.0°/h||<3.0°/h|| Constant temperature,
measured by pure noise integration4
|Bias drift with temperature||±0.004°/s/°C||±0.002°/s/°C||-10 ~ 60°C range,
measured after QoS5 index reaches 5
|Non-linearity||0.10% FS||0.06% FS|
(depending on configurations)
|200, 100, 50, 25, 10, 5, 1||200, 100, 50, 25, 10, 5, 1||Hz|
1. According to test results mostly in laboratory environment.
COMPACT PACKAGE WITH
- 35 x 35 x 24 mm (Excluding Mounting Brackets).
- Mechanical drawing. Unit: mm [inch], Mounting holes: M3.
- The TM210-G and the TM210-GP shares the same mechanical dimension.
SYD Dynamics’s motion module provides a measure of its healthiness, and notifies the host computer of potential drop of measurement quality upon extreme conditions, making it possible for integrating with reliability in mind.
The TransducerM TM210-G and TM210-GP communicates through dual ports:
- UART (TTL serial port, TTL 3.3V and 5V compatible)
- Micro-USB (USB 2.0 running Virtual COM Port profile)
- Output rate 200Hz,100Hz,50Hz,25Hz,10Hz,5Hz,1Hz configurable
*Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Autonomous Guided Vehicle (AGV)