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Sensonor’s STIM300 IMU Selected for Seabed’s New IMU

Seabed’s SBD-IMU-S1 incorporates the Sensonor STIM300 IMU

Instead of using the traditional fiber-optic gyros on which all its previous underwater systems have been based on, Seabed bv, based in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, has selected Sensonor’s STIM300 for its newest IMU, the SBD-IMU-S1.


Instead of using the traditional fiber-optic gyros on which all its previous underwater systems have been based on, Seabed bv, based in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, has selected Sensonor’s STIM300 for its newest IMU, the SBD-IMU-S1.

The SBD-IMU-S1 is a submersible IMU, and the STIM300, a small, lightweight and low power Inertial IMU, allows for lower weight and size, as well as a more than 50 percent reduction in power consumption compared with other designs, according to Sensonor. This gyro module supports the system in delivering accurate 3D position, velocity and attitude.

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The STIM300 offers ITAR-free high performance and features three gyros, three accelerometers and three inclinometers. The unit is designed for a variety of applications, including UAVs, man and vehicle portable target acquisition systems, land navigations systems, turret stabilization, missile stability and navigation, and mortar aiming systems.

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