Sensors for Automotive Safety

Feb. 8, 2007
The single axis GyroChip rate sensor that is configured to meet OEM’s requirements, features a continuous built-in testing, customer specific connectors and mounting, and environmentally protected packaging.

The single axis GyroChip rate sensor that is configured to meet OEMs requirements, features a continuous built-in testing, customer specific connectors and mounting, and environmentally protected packaging. It can house a rate sensor and accelerometer in one package. Configurations can range from a single axis rate sensor coupled with a single axis accelerometer to multiple rate sensors built with multiple accelerometers.

Systron Donner Automotive Division, 2700 Systron Dr., Concord, California 94518, (925) 682-6161, www.systronauto.com

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