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New High-Performing ADC from Inertial Labs

This device consumes less than 1W of power, made for the most demanding environments, integrating total and static pressure sensors to calculate indicated airspeed By Abi Wylie / 22 Nov 2023
New High-Performing ADC from Inertial Labs
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A new lightweight Inertial Navigation System (INS) that seamlessly integrates with other external sensors has been launched by Inertial Labs

The Air Data Computer (ADC) calculates and provides air data parameters, including altitude, air speed, air density, outside air temperature (OAT), and windspeed for avionic applications.

The Inertial Labs ADC is one of the most lightweight, cost-effective, and efficient solutions. Its compact form makes it easy for users to integrate into existing UAV systems with stringent size and weight requirements. 

The ADC calculates the air data parameters from information received from the integrated pitot and static pressure sensors and an outside air temperature probe.

This compact device consumes less than 1 watt of power. Designed for the most demanding environments, it integrates total and static pressure sensors to calculate indicated airspeed accurately and stands out with its IP67 rating, ensuring it is fully sealed against environmental factors. 

The device also supports aiding data from external GNSS receivers and ambient air data, enhancing its precision in various flight conditions.

Jamie Marraccini, President and CEO of Inertial Labs, said; “At Inertial Labs, we are immensely proud to present the ADC as one of our latest achievements. It is a testament to our commitment to lightweight, cost-effective, and highly efficient solutions. 

“What truly sets the ADC apart is its sophisticated technology. This is not just a product; it’s a symbol of our unwavering dedication to pushing the boundaries of what’s possible in the realm of inertial technology.”

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