Colibri is the Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU). It carries 3-axis state-of-art sensors to measure acceleration, angular rate and magnetic field.
Built-in temperature sensor helps to eliminate temperature influences on other sensors. Colibri can output both raw sensor data and calibrated floating-point data. You may enable/disable data from any sensor and change frequency from 10 to more than 100Hz. Supplied API for Windows and Linux implements orientation tracker. Using it you will simply get orientation data in Euler angles or quaternion form.
|Magnetic sensor||Scale:||±1100 μT|
|Resolution:||from 0.0263 μT (10 Hz) to 0.8421 μT (250 Hz)|
|Temperature sensor||Accuracy:||±0.5 °C over a 0 °C to +70 °C range|
|Working frequency||100 Hz|
|Orientation accuracy||Pitch/roll:||0.5 °|
|Power consumption||5 V from USB - 40 mA|
|PC connection||2 meters (or up to 5 m)||USB cable|
|Dimensions||30 x 30 x 13 mm|
|Weight||22grams (without cable)|