MEMS accelerometers are putting the pedal to the metal – Interview with Physical Logic at i-Micronews

Closed Loop MEMS accelerometer MAXL-CL-3030 family

On September 10th, 2020, i-Micronews conducted an interview with Mr. Aviram Feingold the CEO of Physical Logic.

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This interview follows successful steps of qualification and New Product Introduction (NPI) of a new Closed Loop Accelerometer revision. Physical Logic’s team met the challenge of fast production ramp-up in order to meet the needs of our worldwide customers.

Physical Logic is a known high-end inertial system player thanks to its high precision Closed-loop and Open-loop MEMS (Micro-Electro-Mechanical System) Accelerometers. The unique MEMS Technology provides measurable advantages over the performance of currently available Tactical Grade MEMS accelerometers.

Physical Logic announced the release of Inertial Grade Closed Loop MEMS Accelerometers – the MAXL-CL-3000 family. Compared to traditional electromechanical sensors, our MAXL-CL-3000 series meets the demand for inertial grade accelerometers and low CSWaP (Effective Cost, Small Size, Light Weight and Low Power Consumption)

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