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The MS1000, our new MEMS accelerometer will be released next summer!

Safran Colibrys is proud to announce MS1000 – the best open loop MEMS accelerometer in its class. This tactical-grade sensor is designed for advanced inertial applications such as AHRS & Flight Control Systems, tactical IMUs, land & marine navigation, and high-end industrial systems.


Utilizing the same tiny hermetically sealed package (LCC20) used for Safran Colibrys’ other sensor families, the MS1000 includes a new MEMS design and improved electronics.  These features lead to unbeatable performance in terms of bias stability, residual error, and low-noise. Find below some key figures:

  • Leading edge long term bias repeatability
  • In-run bias stability: 20 μg (±10g)
  • Low noise: 34 μg/√Hz (±10g)
  • Differential analog output signal
  • Low consumption (3mA @ 3.3V)


Each sensor, embedded with a one-axis capacitive bulk MEMS accelerometer and integrated circuitry, delivers highly stable analog acceleration and temperature measurements, as well as digital functions including self-test, overload, and power-on reset.


The MS1000 will be released next June along with its detailed datasheet. Safran Colibrys will be exhibiting and presenting this new inertial sensor during Sensor + Test, Nuremberg DE (May 30 through June 1, 2017) and SensorsExpo, San Jose USA (June 26-27, 2017). Stop by our booth to get more information about this new product, or subscribe on the below list to be among the very first to receive the Datasheet!

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