Magnetic Sensors Product Catalog COMPASSING, MAGNETOMETRY AND DEAD RECKONING SOLUTIONS Sensing Earth’s magnetic field Honeywell delivers real sensor solutions you can count on Honeywell’s Magnetic Sensors are among the most sensitive and reliable low-field sensors in the industry. Our magnetic sensors are designed to accurately detect the direction and magnitude of external magnetic fields for compassing and magnetometry applications. From discrete sensors for low-cost, high volume applications, to high performance solid-state compasses and magnetometers, Honeywell magnetic sensor products operate on nearly any platform. Honeywell combines the time-tested reliability of these products with new and innovative solid-state magnetic sensor solutions. Our integrated circuits and sensors are ruggedly designed to function optimally in a wide variety of environments and products. Honeywell products are developed and manufactured following Six Sigma principles, which means we do more than just supply products for your needs—we understand customer needs and aim to exceed expectations. Plus, all our products are backed by Honeywell, a global leader in sensor manufacturing, technology and quality. Honeywell magnetic sensors utilize world class technology Honeywell recently added a new line of Attributes of Honeywell’s magnetic sen- Sensors family. These new products pro- sors designed with Anisotropic vide accurate navigation in challenging Magnetoresistive (AMR) technology pro- environments and offer solutions where vides significant advantages over tradi- GPS is not available. The advanced tional sensors. They are extremely sensi- dead reckoning technology further tive, low field, solid state magnetic sen- strengthens our position as a leader in sors designed to measure direction and personal navigation electronics technolo- magnitude of Earth’s magnetic fields, gy for GPS applications. dead reckoning products to its Magnetic • Attitude reference – Aircraft systems, UAVs, magnetic field detection • Dead reckoning – Backup for GPS receivers • Position sensing – Valve controls, measuring equipment, displacement sensing • Vehicle detection from 27 micro-gauss to 6 gauss (0.6 milli-Tesla). Honeywell’s magnetic sensor-based products are excellent solutions in many Our magnetoresistive sensors are sensi- applications other than simple magnetic tive enough to determine the change in field compassing, such as platform level- magnetic fields due to the presence of ing or proximity detection. nearby ferromagnetic objects. With a bandwidth up to 5MHz, our sensors detect vehicles and other ferrous Applications include: – Parking meters, RR signaling devices, electronic traffic signals • Security – Metal detectors, magnetic anomaly detectors • Others – Medical, current sensors, • Compassing objects, even at high speeds. – Automotive, GPS and dead reckoning, mobile phones, PDAs, & watches, irrigation systems non-contact switches Honeywell’s magnetoresistive sensors are able to sense Earth’s magnetic field (~0.6 gauss) and provide the sensitivity for enhanced accuracy and performance. Honeywell offers 1-, 2- and 3- axis magnetic sensors for low field linear applications and small size. Features and benefits of HMC components Sensitivity: If the sensitivity is defined as Solid state: These small devices reduce On-chip coils: Patented on-chip set/reset 1.0 mV/V/gauss, in the presence of a 1 board assembly costs; improve reliability straps reduce effects of temperature drift, gauss magnetic field with 3 volts applied and ruggedness compared to wire non-linearity errors and loss of signal out- to the sensor, the output of the sensor bound fluxgates. put due to the presence of high magnetic will be 3 mV. If in the presence of only fields. Patented on-chip offset straps may 0.5 gauss magnetic field, the output of Cost effective: Specifically designed to be used to eliminate the effects of hard the sensor would be 1.5 mV. be an affordable solution for high volume iron distortion, and to implement a closed OEM applications. loop magnetometer circuit for high performance applications. Honeywell's Magnetoresistive Components Application Matrix DESIGN CRITERIA FOR HMC COMPONENTS Application Size Price Performance (Small/Smaller/Smallest) (Low/Lower/Lowest) (Good / Better / Best) General Compassing Compassing- Automotive HMC1052/1022,1042/1002 HMC1022/1042, 1052 HMC1022/1042/1052 Compassing- Hand Held, GPS HMC1052/1042/1022 HMC1052/1022/1042 Attitude Reference HMC1002/1022/1042 HMC1002/1022/1042 HMC1042/1022/1002 Metal Detectors HMC1021S/1041Z/1042, 1052 HMC1021S, 1041Z/1042/1052 HMC1021S, 1041Z, 1052/1042 Vehicle/Traffic Detection HMC1021S/1041Z/1052 HMC1041Z/1021S/1052 HMC1052 /1041Z, 1021S/1001 Current Sensing HMC1021S/1042/1052 Vertical (Z- axis) Sensing HMC1001, 1021Z, 1051Z/ 1041Z HMC1001/1051ZL, 1051Z/ 1021Z, 1041Z HMC1051Z, 1051ZL/1021Z, 1041Z/1001 Position Sensing HMC1501, 1512 HMC1512/1501 HMC1501,1512 Magnetic Position Sensors HMC1501 / HMC1512 Features and benefits sors know the exact position and do not require indexing. Rare Earth magnets Angular range: such as Neodymium or samarium cobalt HMC1501 - Angular range of ±45° with types can be substituted with cost-effec- <0.07° resolution. tive Alnico or ceramic type magnets in HMC1512 - Angular range of ±90° with typical applications such as linear dis- <0.05° resolution. placement, angular displacement, motor control, and valve position. Speed: These saturated mode sensors retain a DC to 5MHz frequency response MR position sensors measure the angle Linear, Angular, Rotary Displacement Sensors HMC1501 / HMC1512 with a minimum of 80 gauss magnetic direction of a magnetic field vs. the field applied. strength and direction of a magnetic field. Size: SOIC-8 surface mount packages The HMC15XX family of saturated mode magnetoresistive sensors are non-con- • Non-contact, power on position sensor Signal output: Full scale output range of tact sensors capable of measuring the angular direction of a magnetic field with resolution beyond 0.07°. The sensors measure only field direction to avoid • Low power ~ 5mW 120mV when provided with a 5V supply • Insensitive to field strength variations Available in Tape and Reel in magnet insensitivities to temperature, shock, and vibration and magnetic-source gap variations. Unlike encoder devices, these senRe f M • Wide range of span possible • No moving parts • Linear, angular and rotary applications Θ For more information about • Cost advantages of using inexpensive Honeywell’s Position Sensors visit magnets sensor will operate with a 80 HMC1501 our website at www.magneticsen- Gauss field sors.com/datasheets.html and see application note AN211. N S Moving Magnet Shaft Position Detection MAGNET Linear Position Sensor Using Multiple HMC1501 or HMC1512 0.5” S N S S SHAFT Rotation AlNiC N N 0.25 HMC151 HMC1512 0.5” (for NdFeB Magnets) +/- 90 Degrees with a single HMC1512 Full 360 Degree Sensing with an Additional Hall Sensor N NdFe 0.5 Standof Low Field Linear 1- and 2- Axis Magnetic Sensors HMC1001 / HMC1002 / HMC1021S / HMC1021Z / HMC1021D / HMC1022 The HMC100X and HMC102X magnetic sensors families are our legacy products that emphasize performance over size. Configured as a four-element wheatstone bridge, these magnetoresistive sensors convert magnetic fields to a differential output voltage, capable of sensing magnetic fields as low as 27 µgauss. These MRs offer a small, low cost, high sensitivity and high reliability solution for low field magnetic sensing. The Honeywell HMC100X family of magnetoresistive sensors offers extreme sensitivity and reliability for high perform- The HMC102X family of magnetoresistive Included in the HMC102X family is a ance applications. They are an ideal sensors converts magnetic fields to a lin- high temperature magnetic sensor, the solution for linear, low-field magnetic ear representation of output voltage, HMC1021D. The advantages of the sensing due to its capabilities to convert offering a cost effective solution for auto- HMC1021D include high-temperature magnetic field strengths into a differential motive and hand-held compassing appli- operation, low magnetic field detection output voltage, and sensing magnetic cations. These sensors offer a smaller, range, and a non-magnetic package. fields as low as 27 µgauss. low cost, high sensitivity and high relia- Capable of sensing magnetic field bility solution for magnetic field strength strength and direction down to 85 micro- sensing. gauss, this sensor offers a compact and highly reliable solution for low field magnetic sensing. Honeywell’s Magnetoresistive Components Specification Matrix HMC100X HMC102X HMC104X HMC105X Sensitivity 3.2 1.0 1.0 1.0 mV/V/Gauss Field Range ±2 ±6 ±6 ±6 Gauss Field Resolution 27 85 120 120 µGauss Linearity (± 1G) 0.1 0.05 0.17 0.05 % FS 5 - 12 5 - 25 2 - 25 1.8 - 25 Volts Set/Reset Current 3.0 0.5 0.5 0.5 Amps Offset Strap Coil Constant 51 4.6 10 10 mA/gauss Orthogonal Axis Alignment 1.5 1 <0.01 <0.01 Cross Axis Effect 0.5 0.3 0.3 3 12.7 x 7.3 x 2.5 10 x 3.9 x 1.5 3 x 3 x 0.8 3 x 3 x 0.8 mm 128 60 10 10 - 15 mm2 Supply Voltage (typ.) Size Board Area (2 Axis) Units Degree % Small Size 1-, 2- and 3- Axis Magnetic Sensors HMC1041Z / HMC1042 / HMC1051Z / HMC 1051ZL / HMC1052 / HMC1052L / HMC1053 Our newest magnetic sensors, the The newest addition to Honeywell HMC104X and HMC105X family of mag- Magnetic Sensors is the HMC1041Z, a Z- netoresistive sensors are the ideal solu- axis, surface mount sensor designed for tions for applications requiring ultra small low field magnetic sensing. The sub- sensors. These sensors offer a compact miniature size and low-height (1.05 mm) and highly reliable solution for low field makes this sensor ideal for highly inte- magnetic sensing. grated, portable products like wireless phones, GPS receivers, and watches. Honeywell’s ultra small magnetic sensors The HMC1042 is a high performance, 2 are optimized for low-cost and include axis sensor in a 3 x 3 x 0.8mm LCC several miniature package configura- package. tions; one axis (HMC1041Z, HMC1051Z, HMC1051ZL), two axis (HMC1042, The HMC105X family also features a HMC1052, HMC1052L), and three-axis three-axis Compass Sensor Set, (HMC1053). The advantages of these HMC1055, which combines the popular patented chips include orthogonal preci- HMC1051Z one-axis, and the HMC1052 sion two-axis sensing (HMC1042 and two-axis magnetoresistive sensors plus a HMC1052) in miniature surface mount two-axis MEMSIC accelerometer in a sin- packages. Each of the magneto-resistive gle kit. sensors are configured as a four-element wheatstone bridge to convert magnetic fields to differential output voltages, plus patented on-die straps for offset and set/reset functions. For more information visit our website at www.magneticsensors.com. Three-Axis Magnetometers HMC2003 / HMR2300 / HMR2300R Honeywell magnetometers provide an fast response, small size, low cost, and excellent means of measuring both mag- reliability over other magnetometer alter- netic field intensity and direction. natives. Honeywell magnetometers use our proven Anisotropic Magnetoresistive Magnetometer applications include (AMR) sensors to measure both magnet- process control, laboratory instrumenta- ic field intensity and direction. These tion, anomaly detection, traffic and vehi- solutions offer both static and alternating cle detection, security systems, com- field measurements up to 5MHz and per- passing, magnetic ink recognition, cur- mit magnetometer designs emphasizing rent sensing, and motion detection. advantages of small size, high sensitivity, HMC2003 Three-Axis Analog Magnetometer HMR2300 Smart Digital Magnetometer HMR2300R Three Axis Strapdown Magnetometer The HMC2003 is a complete, three-axis With extremely low magnetic field sensi- The HMR2300R detects the direction and magnetometer with analog output in a tivity (<70 micro-gauss, <7 nano-Tesla) strength of Earth’s magnetic field and 20-pin hybrid DIP package. With capability and a user configurable com- communicates the x, y and z compo- Honeywell’s sensitive HMC1001 and mand set, the HMR2300 solves a variety nents directly via serial bus. Due to HMC1002 MR sensors, and precision of problems in custom applications. Honeywell’s round strapdown design as instrumentation amplifiers, it measures x, Honeywell’s three-axis smart digital mag- opposed to a gimbaled fluxvalve, it has y and z-axis magnetic fields. In addition, netometer detects the strength and no moving parts to damage or wear out Honeywell’s patented on-chip offset and direction of the external magnetic field during severe flight conditions. The set/reset straps are accessible for con- and interfaces with computer/controller HMR2300R offers an ideal replacement sistent and advanced processing appli- digital ports. Three independent magnet- for flux valve sensors in avionics sys- cations. ic sensors are oriented orthogonally to tems. Also includes 55 bytes of EE prom sense the x, y and z-axis magnitudes of locations available for data storage. Features and benefits the magnetic field. The bridge outputs Small size: DIP-20 footprint (1 in. x 75 in.) are then converted to a 16-bit digital allows easy insertion into system-level value using an internal A/D converter. Features and benefits Flexibility: RS422 or RS485 interface choices boards, reducing development costs. Features and benefits Solid state: All components are solid Field range: ±2 Gauss state and DC operated, improving reliability, EMI performance, and ruggedness Flexible: Microcontroller-based sensor compared to fluxgate sensors. system with RS232 or RS485 interfaces. Dynamic range: Accurately measures Simple to use: Just plug and play field from 40 microgauss to ±2 gauss with factory calibrated 1V/gauss outputs. Field resolution: <70 µGauss Low noise: Instrumentation amplifiers Accuracy over ±1 Gauss: <0.5% FS out- with 1kHz low pass filters rejects unwant- put rate selectable: 10 to 154 ed noise. Samples/Sec. Internal voltage reference: An externally Demo Kits - A Development Kit is avail- accessible +2.5V (zero gauss) reference able which includes one magnetometer improves measurement accuracy and module in an aluminum enclosure, stability. An on-board excitation current cabling with power supply, Windows™ source reduces temperature errors for demonstration software for a remote PC, consistent performance. and a user’s guide. Accuracy: <70 micro-gauss resolution Integrated Compassing Solutions Our extensive experience in fabricating magnetoresistive sensors allows us to develop electronic compass modules that are suited land, sea and airborne applications. Honeywell offers a complete line of HMR compass modules from the basic HMR3100 two-axis electronic compass to the HMR3600 with ± 80 degrees of tilt compensation. Our HMR compass modules offer high accuracy compassing solutions. Applications include land or maritime navigation, GPS receivers, laser rangefinders, robotic vehicles, antenna Hard Iron & Soft Iron Calibration Each compass product includes hard iron calibration routines to compensate Electronic compass solutions solve for for distortion due to nearby ferrous magnetic heading by measuring the objects and stray fields, such as vehi- earth’s horizontal magnetic field. By cles. Hard iron calibration is compensa- keeping the two-axis modules approxi- tion for magnetic distortion due to per- mately level, maximum heading accuracy manent magnets or D.C. electromagnetic is achieved. For applications where com- effects. Soft iron calibration is compensa- pass modules will not be level, a three- tion for magnetic distortion due to axis, tilt compensated compassing solu- induced magnetism in nearby ferrous tion is recommended. These three-axis metals. Common ferrous metals include; compass modules perform an “electronic iron, steel, nickel and cobalt. Metals gimbaling” function by adding the third such as aluminum, titanium and brass magnetic axis and a tilt sensor for a grav- cause no interference. ity vector reference. Tilt sensors are alignment, camera control and other personal, vehicle, and aircraft platforms. Development kit versions are offered for each HMR compass product for evaluation and demonstration needs. 2-Axis vs. 3-Axis Compass Solutions made of either fluidic sensors or MEMS *Gyro Stabilization eliminates errors in accelerometers. Quality of the tilt meas- magnetic heading caused by transient urement contributes to precision com- magnetic disturbances. Compass mod- pass outputs. For specialized compass ule software automatically blends gyro solutions, Honeywell offers the HMC line and compass data together. of linear-mode magnetic field sensor devices to create two and three-axis compass designs. For more information or application notes, visit our website at www.magneticsensors.com. Digital Compass Solutions HMC6352 / HMC6343 / HMC6052 HMC6352 Digital Compass Solution HMC6343 Digital Compass Solution HMC6052 Integrated Compass Sensor The Honeywell HMC6352 digital com- The Honeywell HMC6343 digital com- The Honeywell HMC6052 integrated pass solution is the first true “compass in pass circuit is three-axis magnetic and compass sensor combines a two-axis a package”. This 6.5mm by 6.5mm by three-axis accelerometer compassing magnetoresistive sensor with instrumen- 1.5mm multi-chip LCC module uses an solution with tilt compensation. This tation amplifier, voltage reference, and I2C serial interface supply heading data 9.0mm by 9.0mm by 1.5mm multi-chip set strap driver circuits in a chip-scale to host processors. The HMC6352 is a module has a UART interface plus com- package. The product is offered in a 14- miniature chip-scale module that can mand compatibility with the pin surface mount 3.5mm by 3.5mm LCC drop-in to your platforms for the ultimate HMR3300/3400 compass solutions. The package. Two channels of amplified sen- in electronic functionality. Containing the HMC6343 contains all sensors, micro- sor signals with a set switch function complete 2-axis sensors, analog, and controller, and analog support circuits; allow compass system designers to have digital electronics; the HMC6352 also plus all the firmware for heading compu- a compact, easy to implement solution. contains all the firmware for heading tation and hard-iron calibration. computation and calibration for minimal Applications designer effort. The combination of the Applications • Compassing complete compass solution in a small, • GPS Receivers • Antenna positioning • Optical Sighting Gear • Dead reckoning low-cost package makes the HMC6352 ideal for consumer electronics with quick to market emphasis. Applications • Consumer electronics • Antenna Positioning • Hand Held Devices • OEM Compassing/Pointing • Magnetometry Features and benefits Integration: Two-axis magnetic sensor with analog signal conditioning • Hand held devices (cell phones, PDAs, watches, handheld GPS) • Compassing • Integration with GPS • Dead reckoning • Vehicle telematics • Satellite dish antenna positioning Size: HMC6052 comes in a 3.5 x 3.5 x 0.8mm 14-pin LCC package Power: 2.5 to 3.6 volt supply voltage for battery operation Performance: High accuracy capability and fast settling time HMR3000 Digital Compass Solution HMR3100 Digital Compass Solution The HMR3000 is an electronic compass The Honeywell HMR3100 is a low cost, module that provides heading, pitch and two-axis electronic compassing solution roll output for attitude reference systems. used to derive heading output which Honeywell’s solid state magnetoresistive uses Honeywell’s magnetoresistive sen- sensors make this strapdown compass sors. The HMR3100 communicates both rugged and reliable. The HMR3000 through binary data and ASCII charac- achieves a response time up to 20 Hertz ters at four selectable baud rates: 2400, allows faster updates compared to gim- 4800, 9600, or 19200. This compass baled fluxgates. solution is easily integrated into systems using a simple USART interface. An optional development kit is available for the HMR3000 with power supply, seri- A development kit is available, which al port cable and PC demo software. includes additional plug-in circuit board with RS232 output, cabling with power supply and demonstration software. Honeywell’s Compassing Solutions Matrix 2 Axis 3 Axis with Tilt Compens HMC6352 HMR3100 HMR3200 HMR3300 HMR3400 HMR3000 ± 2.5° ± 5° ± 1° ± 1° ± 1° ± 0.5° 6.5x6.5x1.5mm 19x19x4.5mm 1"x1.45"x0.4" 1"x1.45"x0.4" 0.6"x1.5" 1.5"x4.2"x0.88" Tilt Range NA NA NA ± 60° ± 60° ± 40° Resolution 0.5° 0.5° 0.1° 0.1° 0.1° 0.1° Repeatability ± 1° ± 3° ± 0.2° ± 0.4° ± 0.4° ± 0.3° Interface I2C USART 9600 UART/SPI UART/SPI UART/SPI RS232/485 Power 2.7 to 5.2 V 3 to 5 VDC 6 to 15 VDC 6 to 15 VDC 5 VDC, 25mA 6 to 15 VDC Temp Range -20° to 70°C 0° to 70°C -40° to 85°C -40° to 85°C -40° to 85°C -20° to 70°C Hard Iron Cal Y Y Y Y Y Y Soft Iron Cal N N N N N N Gyro Stabilized* N N N N N N World Magnetic Model N N N N N N Accuracy (At Level) Size HMR3200 / HMR3300 / HMR3400 Digital Compass Solutions TruePoint™ Digital Compass Solution, HMR3500 µPOINT® Gyro-Stabilized Digital Compass Solution, HMR3600 The Honeywell HMR3200, HMR3300 and The Honeywell TruePoint™ electronic The Honeywell µPOINT® is a gyro-stabi- HMR3400 compass solutions are com- compass is a 3 axis digital compass lized digital magnetic compass that com- pact printed circuit boards that plug into module with azimuth accuracy of 1 bines the latest gyro technology with platforms with a UART interface and degree with 0.1 degree resolution and advanced digital magnetic compass communicate data in ASCII format. The 0.5 degree repeatability, tilt range of ± hardware and software. µPOINT® fea- HMR3200 provides a horizontal or verti- 80°. TruePoint™ includes closed loop tures a MEMS silicon rate gyro built into cal oriented electronic compasses using magnetometers, world magnetic model the z-axis. The benefit of gyro stabiliza- two-axis magnetic field sensing. The for declination, configurable mounting tion is the ability to overcome magnetic HMR3300 is a three-axis, tilt compensat- orientation, hard and soft iron compensa- transient disturbances. µPOINT® includes ed electronic compass that adds a two- tion. Update rates to 25 Hz for pitch, roll closed loop magnetometers, hard and axis accelerometer for enhanced per- and heading. soft iron compensation, world magnetic model for declination (variation), and formance up to a ±60° tilt range. The high mechanical shock tolerance. HMR3400 is a reduced size version of A development kit is available, which the HMR3300 offering lower power con- includes DB9 data and power cable, sumption and increased miniaturization. RS232 interface, Windows® A development kit is available, which Response time for the HMR3200 is 15Hz CompassHost test software, and manual includes DB-9 serial data and power and the HMR3300/HMR3400 is 8Hz. with software protocol message descrip- cable, user manual, Windows® host test tions. program with data recording and graphic Development kits are available for each data display, direct RS232 interface and, of these products, which include a plug- alternate connector attachment boards in circuit board with an RS232 output. and brass base plate with mounting screws and strain relief. sation HMR3500 TruePoint™ HMR3600 µPOINT® ± 1° ± 0.5° 2"x1.5"x0.5" 1"x1.04"x0.54" ± 80° ± 80° 0.1° 0.1° TBD TBD RS232 RS232 5V to 12V Nom. 5 VDC ± 5% 0° to 70°C -40° to 85°C Y Y Y Y N Y Y Y Dead Reckoning Modules DRM® - 3 / DRMcore™ / GyroDRM™ Honeywell has added a new line of dead The DRM® products contain options reckoning modules to its Magnetic including a tilt-compensated magnetic Sensors product family. These new prod- compass, electronic pedometer and ucts provide accurate navigation in chal- barometric altimeter to provide a continu- lenging environments and offer solutions ous deduced position. A microprocessor where GPS is not available or reliable. performs dead reckoning calculations The products are provided as compo- and includes a Kalman filter to combine nents for integration with other equip- the dead reckoning data with GPS data ment such as RF data links and map dis- when it is available. The filter and other plays. proprietary algorithms use GPS data to calibrate dead reckoning sensors for typ- The Dead Reckoning Module (DRM®) is a ical dead reckoning accuracy of 2% to miniature, self-contained, electronic navi- 5% of distance traveled, entirely without gation unit that provides the user’s posi- GPS. Options for the system integrator tion relative to an initialization point. The include a selection of voltage input DRM® is the first commercially available ranges, CMOS or RS232 interface, data practical implementation of drift-free logging, and special software functions. dead reckoning navigation system for In addition to horizontal position data, use by personnel on foot. It is specifical- compass azimuth, tilt (pitch and roll), ly designed to supplement GPS and barometric altitude are available. receivers during signal outages. You still know where personnel are located even Calibration after integration with other when GPS is blocked by nearby build- electronics during product manufacturing ings, heavy foliage, or even inside many is required. These devices are intended structures. for use by personnel on foot, and are not for use on vehicles. bances on position accuracy. GyroDRM™ includes all the capabilities of DRM®-3. Applications for the military, RF field mapping, urban mapping and more. A development kit is available, which includes a plastic housing with belt clip, Windows® host test program, user manual, GPS active antenna, computer inter- DRM®- 3 Dead Reckoning Module for Personnel Positioning DRMcore™ Dead Reckoning Module for Personnel Positioning face, event marker switch, AC power A practical replacement for compass The DRMcore™contains the core func- ball cap with hook & loop for GPS anten- and pace counting for navigation on foot. tions of a DRM®. It includes the same na. The DRM -3 is a miniature, self-con- navigation algorithms and Kalman filter tained electronic navigation unit that pro- as the DRM®- 3. Functions provided vides the user’s position relative to an ini- include 2-dimensional horizontal naviga- The VNU™ provides advanced dead tialization point. DRM®-3 works where tion, and compass azimuth. DRMcore™ reckoning for land vehicles. The VNU™ GPS is inaccurate or unavailable. does not include an altimeter or GPS offers system integrators a complete nav- Applications for: military, public safety, receiver on the circuit module, but will igation subsystem ready for application police and fire, forestry, medical patients, accept external GPS position input, on many types of wheeled land vehicles utility workers and more. derived from a user’s GPS receiver. operating where GPS alone is inade- Customer can specify mounting orienta- quate. The integrated GPS/Dead tion. Reckoning system includes a digital ® A development kit is available, which adapter, li-ion battery charger, and base- VNU™ Vehicle Navigation Unit compass, a triad of silicon MEMS (Micro includes 12 channel GPS receiver, anten- Electromechanical Systems) accelerome- altimeter, housing with belt clip, power GyroDRM™ Gyro-Stabilized Dead Reckoning Module switch, and rechargeable battery, Provides inertially-aided dead reckoning MEMS rate gyro, an odometer sensor Windows based test and demonstration navigation for personnel on foot. interface, and a GPS receiver integrated software, and user manual. GyroDRM™ is a robust personal naviga- together in a unified electronics pack- tion product that uses advanced silicon age. Applications for public transporta- gyro technology to deliver significantly tion, hazardous material transport, police reduced effects of magnetic distur- and fire vehicles and more. na, digital compass, pedometer, and ® ters, a barometric altimeter, a silicon Dead Reckoning Matrix DRM®-3 DRMcore™ GyroDRM™ VNU™ Dead Reckoning Capability Y Y Y Y GPS Receiver Y N Y Y Gyro Stabilization N N Y Y Altimeter Y N Y Y Data Logging Y N N N Water Proof Housing Option Y N N N Reduction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) Compliance Export Classification Compliance Number (ECCN) Matrix ECCN # Product Name www.magneticsenors.com for the latest 6A996 HMC1001, HMC1002, HMC2003, HMR2300, HMR2300r updates on RoHS compliance. EAR99 HMC1021D, HMC1021S, HMC1021Z, HMC1022, HMC1023, HMC1041Z, Visit our website at HMC1042, HMC1051Z, HMC1052, HMC1052L, HMC1053, HMC1055, HMC1501, HMC1512, HMC6052, HMC6352, HMC6353, HMR3000, HMR3100, HMR3200, HMR3300 7A994 HMR3500 (TruePoint™ Compass), DRM® 3, GyroDRM™ TBD HMR3600 (µPOINT® Gyro Stabilized Compass) Honeywell reserves the right to make changes to improve reliability, function or design. Honeywell does not assume any liability arising out of the application or use of any product or circuit described herein; neither does it convey any license under its patent rights nor the rights of others. U.S. Patents 4,441,072, 4,533,872, 4,569,742, 4,681,812, 4,847,584, 5,583,776, 6,529,114, 6,813,582, and 6,842,991 apply to the technology described. Other patents pending. Find out more For more information on Honeywell's Magnetic Sensors visit us online at www.magneticsensors.com or contact us at 800-323-8295 (763-954-2474 internationally). 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