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Datasheet Analog Devices ADIS16136

ManufacturerAnalog Devices

±450°/Sec Precision Angular Rate Sensor


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    ADIS16136: ±450°/Sec Precision Angular Rate Sensor Data Sheet
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    ±450°/Sec Precision Angular Rate Sensor
    ADIS16136 Data Sheet
    FEATURES GENERAL DESCRIPTION Digital gyroscope system, ±450°/sec measurement range
    In-run bias stability, 4°/hour
    Autonomous operation and data collection
    No external configuration commands required
    Start-up time: 180 ms; sleep mode recovery: 2.5 ms
    Factory calibrated sensitivity and bias
    Calibration temperature range: -40°C to +70°C
    SPI-compatible serial interface
    Wide bandwidth: 380 Hz
    Embedded temperature sensor
    Programmable operation and control
    Automatic and manual bias correction controls
    Digital filters: Bartlett FIR, average/decimation
    Internal sample rate: up to 2048 SPS
    Digital I/O: data ready, alarm indicator, general-purpose
    Alarms for condition monitoring
    Sleep mode for power management
    Enable input sync operation
    Single-supply operation: 4.75 V to 5.25 V
    2000 g shock survivability
    Operating temperature range: -40°C to +85°C The ADIS16136 iSensor® is a high performance, digital gyroscope ...
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    ADIS16136: Anomaly Data Sheet
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    Silicon Anomaly ±450°/sec Precision
    Angular Rate Sensor
    ADIS16136 This anomaly list describes the known bugs, anomalies, and workarounds for the ADIS16136.
    Analog Devices, Inc., is committed, through future silicon revisions, to continuously improve silicon functionality. Analog Devices tries
    to ensure that these future silicon revisions remain compatible with your present software/systems by implementing the recommended
    workarounds outlined here. PERFORMANCE ISSUES
    Table 1. Alarm Variation with Temperature [er001]
    Related Issues The ADIS16136 provides user-programmable alarms for monitoring.
    On units that have earlier date codes than 1146, the alarm trip points vary with temperature when using the unfiltered data
    option (ALM_CTRL[3] = 0).
    On units that have earlier date codes than 1146, use the filtered data option (set ALM_CTRL[3] = 1) to achieve best stability in the
    alarm trip points. On units that have date codes of 1146 or later, this issue has been fixed
    None. Table 2. GYRO_OUT Oscillation [er002]
    Background Issue
    Related Issues The ADIS16136 provides angular rate output data through two registers: GYRO_OUT and GYRO_OUT2. GYRO_OUT
    represents the upper 16-bits of the angular rate data, while GYRO_OUT2 represents up the lower bits. The bits in
    GYRO_OUT2 capture the bit growth associated with the averaging/decimation filter stage. When the decimation rate is
    equal to zero, the bits in GYRO_OUT2 will not represent angular rate information. In general, this register configuration
    preserves a normal distribution for the noise that has an even distribution on each side of the gyroscope’s bias. ...



Lifecycle StatusProduction (Appropriate for new designs but newer alternatives may exist)


Package CodeML-24-3


# of Axes1
Angular Random Walk(typ), °/rthr0.167
BW -3 dB(typ), Hz0.38k
Linear G(typ)(, °/s)/g0.017
MEMS IntegratedYes
Measurement Range(min), °/s480
Noise Density(typ)(, °/s)/rtHz0.0036
Nonlinearity(typ), % FSR0.1
Operating Temperature Range, °C-40 to 85
Output TypeSPI
Vs+(max), V5.25

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Series: ADIS16136 (1)

Manufacturer's Classification

  • MEMS > Gyroscopes

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