Mouser and Murata present new e-book focused on MEMS tech

22nd May 2024
Sheryl Miles

Mouser Electronics, the New Product Introduction (NPI) pioneer empowering innovation, announces a new e-book in collaboration with Murata, exploring the use of micro-electromechanical systems (MEMS) technology device design.

In ‘9 Industry Experts Discuss MEMS Technology’, industry thought leaders offer unique perspectives on the benefits and applications of MEMS technology in consumer electronics, medical, Internet of Things (IoT), and industrial implementations.

Chapters on inertial measurement units (IMUs) and MEMS-based levelling devices discuss how these sensors provide the ability to determine relative position and orientation. Another chapter discusses the differences between consumer and industrial-grade MEMS sensors. The e-book concludes with emerging trends in the field of MEMS technology, such as the integration of intelligence into solutions, miniaturisation, and applications such as virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR).

The e-book includes convenient links to select Murata MEMS sensors, such as the SCA3300-D01 3-axis accelerometer and inclinometer, which is designed to provide high accuracy measurement in challenging applications, with ultralow noise density, excellent stability, superior vibration robustness, and extensive self-diagnostics. This sensor is suitable for motion analysis and control, professional levelling, and navigation systems.

The SCL3400-D01 digital two-axis inclinometer, based on Murata's capacitive 3D-MEMS process, is ideal for levelling and tilt-sensing applications, such as monitoring structural health. The SCR410T-K03 gyroscope and SCC433T-K03 gyroscope and accelerometer, part of Murata's SCC400T series, are ideal for applications requiring high stability in harsh environments. Industrial applications include robotic control systems, machine control systems, platform stabilisation and control, and motion analysis and control.


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