SBG launches 3rd gen Ellipse inertial sensor line

By on 23 June, 2020

SBG Systems has launched its 3rd generation Ellipse inertial sensor line. Image supplied.

France’s SBG Systems has released the latest iteration of its dual-frequency RTK inertial sensor.

The third generation of the firm’s miniature inertial sensor line now features a 64-bit architecture, facilitating high precision signal processing, according to SBG.

All four units in the new Ellipse line up are based on this architecture, and feature a dual-frequency, quad constellations GNSS receiver for centimetric positioning capability and higher orientation accuracy.

The new product line contains four models: the Ellipse-A motion sensor, Ellipse-E provides navigation with an external GNSS receiver,  Ellipse-N is a single antenna RTK GNSS/INS and the Ellipse-D is a dual-antenna RTK GNSS/INS.

SBG says that the Ellipse-D offers the best price/performance/size ratio with its dual antenna capability, and capability of 0.05° attitude and 0.2° heading accuracy.

All models are available in an aluminium enclosure or a naked, 17-gram form factor for OEM applications, and come with a two-year warranty.

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