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Compass A Module
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Compass A

Product Overview: Innovati’s Compass A Module is an easy-to-use, high precision electronic compass. Accessed via cmdBUS and BASIC Commander, Compass A provides users, through simple instructions, with the current directional angle with respect to North and the magnetic field intensity. Besides, Compass A can be calibrated at any place, at any time, making itself capable of all kinds of applications.



  • Designs that obtain digitized directional angle with respect to North with electronic compasses.
  • Carriers that moves in a fixed direction. Compass A’s deviation angle detection enables carriers to move in a fixed direction.
  • Applications related to magnetic field intensity measurement.


Product Features:

  • Directional angles with respect to North in unit of degrees.
  • 3-axis magnetic field measurement.
  • Special deviation angle function: Compass A gives users directional angles with respect to certain directions, not limited to North.
  • Deviation reminders: Compass A sends out reminders when the current direction is out of the preset directional angles.
  • Automatic refresh of current directions: Compass A has 5 refresh rates and users can switch to a proper refresh rate at any time.
  • Easy calibration: Users can activate the calibration mode through software or hardware buttons at any time. Scheduled automatic calibrations and calibration completion reminders are also available.
  • Up to 256 angle storage memories: Compass A saves up to 256 current angles, arbitrary angles as the base angles of the deviation angle function.
  • High directional angle precision: up to degrees.
  • Maximum detectable magnetic intensity up to ±300μT.
  • A minimum resolution of 0.6μT in the x and y axes and 1.2 μT in the z axis.
  • Up to 20 measurements per second.


For the detailed specifications, please refer to "Compass A Module User's Guide".

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