Gyro Sensors

Gyro sensors, also known as angular rate sensors or angular velocity sensors, are devices that sense angular velocity. Gyro Sensors are devices that show rotational speed in degrees per second.

Gyro sensors come in a variety of types. Here, different types are plotted by size and performance.

Vibration gyro sensor manufacturers are using a variety of materials and structures in an effort to devise compact, 
high-accuracy gyro sensors that have good characteristics, including: 
 · scale factor
 · temperature-frequency coefficient
 · compact size
 · shock resistance
 · stability
 · noise characteristics

A gyroscope is a device for measuring or maintaining orientation, based on the principle of preserving angular momentum.

Gyro Sensors Sellers:

Gyro3-Axis, Designed to provide high performance operation under harsh operating conditions, the tri-axis gyro accurately measures angular motion in a compact, lightweight, robust package.


Satellite Payload: Gyro Sensor.  Gyro Rate Sensors determine the attitude by measuring the rate of rotation of the spacecraft.