The Enhanced Marine Reference Unit

The Enhanced Marine Reference Unit

The MRU is an enhanced, high-performance strapdown Motion Sensor, that determines Pitch & Roll, Heave, Sway, Surge, Accelerations, Angular rates, Heading, Velocity and relative Positions for any device on which it is mounted.

  • MRU-E Datasheet 4.59 MB

    A datasheet for the Inertial Labs MRU-E showing specifications for the units' size, weight, power and performance.

    27 Dec 2019

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    Autonomous Underwater Vehicles - AUV
    Bathymetric Survey
    Data Acquisition/Management
    Hydrographic Services
    Magnets & Magnetometers
    Marine Equipment - General
    Research Vessel
    Sensors
    Submarines & Submersibles
    Submersible Equipment
    Unmanned Aerial Systems - UAS
    Unmanned Surface Vehicles - USV

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Since 2001, Inertial Labs has brought custom, mass produced position and orientation products ranging from Inertial Measurement Units to Optically Enhanced GPS-Aided Inertial Navigation Systems to ove...Since 2001, Inertial Labs has brought custom, mass produced position and orientation products ranging from Inertial Measurement Units to Optically Enhanced GPS-Aided Inertial Navigation Systems to over 20 countries on 6 continents for commercial/industrial and aerospace/defense applications. More

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