Recommended Circuit Connection for the ADXRS150 Yaw Rate Gyro and Datasheet
Recommended Circuit Connection for the ADXRS150 Yaw Rate Gyro and Datasheet - The ADXRS150 known as a Z-axis (yaw rate) gyroscope or an angular rate sensor that used to be applied for GPS
The Recommended circuit connection diagram for the ADXRS150 Yaw Rate Gyronavigation system, vehicle stabilization control, inertial measurements units and many other applications.
The figure below show you about the recommended circuit connection for the ADXRS150 Yaw Rate Gyro.
In the ADXRS150 circuit diagram, both AVCC and PDD have a separate decoupling capacitor, hence it should be placed as closed to their respective pins before wiring to the supply sistem.
Be noted that only power supplies that supplying analog circuits can be used for powering this device, according to the datasheet.
Also, place as close as possible the charge pump capacitors (to produce on-chip high voltage supply switched at frequency app 14kHz) that connected to the CP1-CP4 pins to the part of the ADXRS150.
Ensure that you do not find stray capacitance between CP1-CP4 pins and ground that have value more than 50 pF. You can use surface-mount chip capacitors if they are over 15V.
Another section in the datasheet are the ADXRS150 theory operation which describe about setting bandwith, increasing measurement range, using ADXRS150 with supply-ratiometric ADC, acceleration sensitivity and many more.
Please complete read about Recommended Circuit Connection for the ADXRS150 Yaw Rate Gyro by download The ADXRS150 Datasheet (source: analog.com).
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