The MTi-G-710 is GNSS/INS (Global Navigation Satellite System/Inertial Navigation System)Its extra SMA connector allows you to connect a GNSS antenna. This use of GNSS allows you to determine accelerations and velocity, making the referencing with gravity more robust, and delivering a robust roll and pitch. Using the heading and course provided by the GNSS data, the MTi-G-710 can also retrieve heading data without using the magnetometers. It is often used in highly dynamic applications. It features vibration-rejecting gyroscopes, and offers high-quality position, velocity, acceleration and orientation data, even in challenging environments. 

The MTi-G-710 features vibration-rejecting gyroscopes, and offers high-quality position, velocity, acceleration, and orientation, even in challenging environments.

The all-in-one sensor system supports optimized temperature calibration, high-frequency position and orientation output, and has configurable output settings for synchronization with any third-party device.

Technical specifications

Sensor fusion performance

  • Roll, Pitch
    0.2 deg RMS
  • Yaw/Heading
    0.8 deg RMS
  • Position
    1.0 m (1σSTD)
  • Velocity
    0.05 m/s (1σSTD)

Sensing Components

  • Gyroscope
    Standard full range: 450 deg/s
    In-run bias stability: 10 deg/h
    Noise density: 0.01 º/s/√Hz
  • Accelerometer
    Standard full range: 20 g
    In-run bias stability:15 µg
    Noise density: 60 µg/√Hz
  • Magnetometer
  • GNSS receiver
    Brand: u-blox
    Model: MAX-M8
  • Barometer


System Specifications

  • Mechanical
    IP-rating (equivalent): IP67
    Dimensions: 57×41.90×23.60 mm
    Weight: 58 grams
  • Electrical
    Input voltage: 3V3, 4.5V-34V
    Power consumption (typ.): 660mW
  • Interfaces / IO
    Interfaces: USB, RS232, RS422, UART
    Protocols: Xbus, ASCII (NMEA) or CAN
    Output frequency: up to 2kHz

Dimensions : 57×41.90×23.60 mm

Operating Temperature : -40 to 85 ºC