Attitude & Heading Reference - AHRS


Watson manufactures Attitude and Heading Reference Systems (AHRS) that are accurate enough to be used in aerobatic aircraft. Watson Industries has two lines of attitude reference sensors.
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Inertial Measurement


Inertial Measurement Sensors are used in a wide variety of applications. Watson Industries has several product lines including GPS-aided inertial gyro systems.
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Angular Rate Gyros


Watson Industries has two lines of rate gyros to meet the requirements of your applications. The Pro Gyro® features a wide maximum rate sensing range and a generous input voltage range. The MaxGyro™ angular rate sensors have lower bias, drift, and noise characteristics.
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Vertical Reference


Vertical Reference Sensors contain gyros and accelerometers that are used to stabilize vehicles and other platforms, such as cameras or antennas. Watson Industries manufactures both analog and digital vertical references.
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Terminal Software

Watson Industries has recently released terminal software. You can use it to communicate with your digital Watson sensors through your computer's serial port via RS-232. You can also commuunicate through any USB port using a Serial to USB adapter.

ProAccel® Accelerometer


The Watson ProAccel® contains a high accuracy three axis accelerometer that operates over a wide range of temperatures and input voltages. The ProAccel® is available in a variety of sensing ranges.
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Strapdown Heading Reference


Often used in unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) and Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROVs), Watson Industries SHR sensors provide a stable and accurate heading reference without using GPS. We have three lines of SHR sensors, including gyro-stabilized models.
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