MultiDimension Technology Co., Ltd. Datasheets for Inertial Sensor Chips

Inertial sensors are semiconductor devices used to measure acceleration, changes in inclination, and gyration.
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The dual-axis output voltages of the TMR3001 TMR angle sensor are proportional to the sine and cosine of the angle of a magnetic field applied parallel to the surface of...
The dual-axis output voltages of the TMR3002 TMR angle sensor are proportional to the sine and cosine of the angle of a magnetic field applied parallel to the surface of...
The output voltage of the AMR3003L AMR angle sensor is proportional to the sine or cosine functions of two times of the angle - sin(2a) and cos(2a) - of a...
The output voltage of the AMR3008 AMR angle sensor is proportional to the sine or cosine functions of two times of the angle - sin(2a) and cos(2a) - of a...
The output voltage of the AMR3013P AMR angle sensor is proportional to the sine or cosine functions of two times of the angle -sin(2a) and cos(2a)-of a magnetic field applied...
The TMR9001 linear sensor utilizes a unique push-pull Wheatstone bridge composed of four TMR sensor elements. The TMR9001 is assembled in a 6mm×5mm×1.5mm SOP8 package.
The TMR9002 linear sensor utilizes a unique push-pull Wheatstone bridge composed of four TMR sensor elements. The TMR9002 is assembled in a 6mm´5mm´1.5mm SOP8 package.