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PhidgetSpatial Precision 3/3/3

ID: MOT0110_0
Recommended for new designs: This product (or a similar replacement with a compatible form, fit and function) is estimated to be available for ten years or more.

This spatial board has a 3-axis accelerometer, gyroscope and compass with high resolution readings at low magnitudes.

$100.00

Quantity Available: 42

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5 $95.00
10 $90.00
25 $80.00
50 $70.00
100 $65.00
250 $60.00
500 $55.00
1000 $50.00

The PhidgetSpatial Precision 3/3/3 combines the functionality of a 3-axis compass, a 3-axis gyroscope, and a 3-axis accelerometer all in one convenient package. You can use the Spatial channel to use all three sensors with the AHRS or IMU algorithms to get motion data in quaternions for accurate spatial tracking. Or, you can use the data from each of these sensors separately to measure tilt, vibration or rotation of an object.

This PhidgetSpatial also features a temperature stabilization circuit to warm the sensors to a constant 50°C to minimize temperature effects.

Features:

  • 3-axis accelerometer (±16g)
  • 3-axis gyroscope (±2000°/s)
  • 3-axis magnetometer (±8G)
  • Accurate timestamp for plotting or advanced calculations
  • Built-in support for AHRS and IMU algorithms
  • Built-in heater for temperture stabilization up to 50°C
  • Versatile connection via USB or VINT

USB Cables

When used in USB mode, you'll need a USB cable to connect the MOT0110 to a computer. We have a number of different lengths available, although the maximum length of a USB cable is 5 meters due to limitations in the timing protocol. For longer distances, we recommend you use VINT mode (see the maximum cable length section on the Specifications tab for more information).

Product Physical Properties
Image Part Number Price Connector A Connector B Cable Length
3017_1 $3.00 USB Type A USB Mini-B 280 mm
3018_0 $4.00 USB Type A USB Mini-B 1.8 m
3020_0 $12.00 USB Type A USB Mini-B 4.5 m
3036_0 $3.50 USB Type A USB Mini-B 600 mm
3037_0 $4.00 USB Type A USB Mini-B 1.2 m

Phidget Cables

When used in VINT mode, you'll need a Phidget cable to connect the MOT0110 to a VINT Hub. You can solder multiple cables together in order to make even longer Phidget cables, but you should be aware of the effects of having long wires in your system. See the maximum cable length section on the Specifications tab for more informaton.

Product Physical Properties
Image Part Number Price Cable Length
3002_0 $2.00 600 mm
3003_0 $1.50 100 mm
3004_0 $3.00 3.5 m
3038_0 $2.25 1.2 m
3039_0 $2.75 1.8 m
CBL4104_0 $1.75 300 mm
CBL4105_0 $2.00 900 mm
CBL4106_0 $2.50 1.5 m

VINT Hubs

To use the MOT0110 in VINT mode, you'll need a VINT Hub. For more information about VINT, have a look at the VINT Primer. You can use a Phidget Cable to simply and easily connect the two devices. Here's a list of all of the different VINT Hubs currently available:

Product Board
Image Part Number Price Number of VINT Ports Controlled By
HUB0001_0 $30.00 6 USB (Mini-USB)
HUB5000_0 $60.00 6 Local Network (Ethernet or Wi-Fi)
SBC3003_0 $120.00 6


Part 1: Setup

PhidgetSpatial Precision 3/3/3 - Select OS

PhidgetSpatial Precision 3/3/3

Welcome to the MOT0110 user guide! In order to get started, make sure you have the following:

  • a MOT0110 Phidget Spatial
  • a USB cable OR a VINT Hub and Phidget cable
  • a computer or laptop

Select your Operating System:

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PhidgetSpatial Precision 3/3/3 - Windows

Step 1: Install Phidgets Library

Step 2: Connect Devices

Step 3: Verify Connection

Step 1: Install Phidgets Library

Before you begin using your Phidgets, you will need to install the Phidget Library.

1. Download the installer for your system:

● 32-bit Installer Download

● 64-bit Installer Download

If you're unsure which one you should get, press ⊞ WIN + Pause/Break:

Before installing our libraries, be sure to read our Software License.

Step 1: Install Phidgets Library

2. Open the download. If it asks you for permission, select Run

Step 1: Install Phidgets Library

3a. Select Next

Step 1: Install Phidgets Library

3b. Read the Licence Agreement. Select Next.

Step 1: Install Phidgets Library

3c. Choose Installation Location. Select Next.

Step 1: Install Phidgets Library

3d. Confirm Install

Step 1: Install Phidgets Library

3e. Wait for Installation to complete. This should only take a few moments.

Step 1: Install Phidgets Library

3f. Installation Complete. Close installation Window.

Step 2: Connect Devices

● Connect USB Cable to your computer and PhidgetSpatial

● Connect USB Cable to your computer and VINT Hub

● Connect Phidget Cable to your VINT Hub and PhidgetSpatial

Step 3: Verify Connection

1. Open the Phidgets Control Panel:

If your Control Panel does not open, look in your taskbar. Double click the Phidget Icon.

Step 3: Verify Connection

2. If connected, your Phidgets will appear in the Phidget Control Panel.

Done!

If you're able to see and interact with your devices in the Phidget Control Panel, you're done with the Setup part of this guide.

Scroll down to Part 2: Using Your Phidget for the next step.


For more help installing in Windows (e.g. manual install, using a VM, etc.), visit this page:

Windows Advanced Information

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PhidgetSpatial Precision 3/3/3 - MacOS

Step 1: Install Phidgets Library

Step 2: Connect Devices

Step 3: Verify Connection

Step 1: Install Phidgets Library

Before you begin using your Phidgets, you will need to install the Phidget Library.

1. Download the installer for your system:

● OS X 10.11+: Installer Download

● Mac OS X 10.7 - OS X 10.10: Installer Download

● Mac OS X 10.5 - OS X 10.6: Installer Download


Before installing our libraries, be sure to read our Software License.

Step 1: Install Phidgets Library

2. Open the download and double click on Phidgets.pkg

Step 1: Install Phidgets Library

3a. Select Continue

Step 1: Install Phidgets Library

3b. Read and continue. Read the License and click Agree.

Step 1: Install Phidgets Library

3c. Here, you have the option to select the installation location. Select Install to continue.

Step 1: Install Phidgets Library

3d. MacOS may ask for permission to install. Enter your username and password and Install Software.

Step 1: Install Phidgets Library

3e. Wait for Installation to complete. This should only take a few moments.

Step 1: Install Phidgets Library

3f. You may see a message that the extension has been blocked. Select Open Security Preferences.

Step 1: Install Phidgets Library

3g. Beside the message for Phidgets Inc, Click Allow.

Step 1: Install Phidgets Library

3h. Installation Complete, Click Close.

Step 1: Install Phidgets Library

3i. To delete the installer, click Move to Trash.

Step 2: Connect Devices

● Connect USB Cable to your computer and PhidgetSpatial

● Connect USB Cable to your computer and VINT Hub

● Connect Phidget Cable to your VINT Hub and PhidgetSpatial

Step 3: Verify Connection

1. Open the Phidgets Control Panel:

Step 3: Verify Connection

2. If connected, your Phidgets will appear in the Phidget Control Panel.

Done!

If you're able to see and interact with your devices in the Phidget Control Panel, you're done with the Setup part of this guide.

Scroll down to Part 2: Using Your Phidget for the next step.


For more info installing in MacOS (e.g. developer tools, driver extension, etc.), visit this page:

MacOS Advanced Information

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PhidgetSpatial Precision 3/3/3 - Linux

Step 1: Install Phidgets Library

Step 2: Connect Devices

Step 3: Verify Connection

Step 1: Install Phidgets Library

1. First, you need to install the libusb-1.0 development libraries. For example, in Debian based distributions:

apt-get install libusb-1.0-0-dev


You’ll also need a C compiler and builder, if you don’t already have one installed.

apt-get install gcc
apt-get install make

Step 1: Install Phidgets Library

2. Next, download and unpack the Phidgets library:

libphidget22

Step 1: Install Phidgets Library

3. Use the following commands in the location you unpacked to install the library:

./configure
make
sudo make install

Step 1: Install Phidgets Library

4. (Optional) You can also download and unpack the following optional packages:

phidget22networkserver - Phidget Network Server, which enables the use of Phidgets over your network

phidget22admin - Admin tool to track who is connected to your Phidgets when using the network server

libphidget22extra - Required for phidget22networkserver and phidget22admin

libphidget22java - The Java libraries for Phidget22


For installation instructions for these packages, see the README file included with each one.

Step 2: Connect Devices

● Connect USB Cable to your computer and PhidgetSpatial

● Connect USB Cable to your computer and VINT Hub

● Connect Phidget Cable to your VINT Hub and PhidgetSpatial

Step 3: Verify Connection

1. The easiest way to verify that your libraries are working properly is to compile and run an example program. Download and unpack this C example that will detect any Phidget:

HelloWorld C Example

Step 3: Verify Connection

2. Next, open the terminal in the location where you unpacked the example. Compile and run using:

gcc HelloWorld.c -o HelloWorld -lphidget22
sudo ./HelloWorld

ou should receive a “Hello” line for each Phidget channel that is discovered:

I don’t see any Phidgets show up in the HelloWorld example

You need to run it with sudo in order to be able to access USB devices. In order to use Phidgets without sudo, you need to set your udev rules. See the Advanced Information page on the final slide of this guide for details.

Done!

If you're able to see your devices in the Hello World example, you're done with the Setup part of this guide.

Scroll down to Part 2: Using Your Phidget for the next step.


For more info installing in Linux (e.g. Udev rules, old versions, etc.), visit this page:

Linux Advanced Information

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Part 2: Using Your Phidget

About

The MOT0110 combines an accelerometer (±16g), gyroscope (± 2000°/s), and magnetometer (± 8 G). Each sensor measures in the x, y, and z-axis. You can use the Spatial object to obtain data from all three sensors, synchronized to the same timestamp and combined to provide pitch/roll/yaw or quaternion rotation.

MOT0110-About.jpg

Explore Your Phidget Channels Using The Control Panel

You can use your Control Panel to explore your Phidget's channels.

1. Open your Control Panel, and you will find the following channels:

MOT0110 Panel.jpg

2. Double click on a channel to open an example program. Each channel belongs to a different channel class:

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Accelerometer: Reports the acceleration of the MOT0110 in the X, Y and Z axis

In your Control Panel, double click on "3-Axis Accelerometer":

For a more comprehensive look at how to use this example, take a look at the Accelerometer Primer

MOT0110-Accelerometer.jpg
Gyroscope: Reports the angular velocity of the MOT0110 along the X, Y, and Z plane

In your Control Panel, double click on "3-Axis Gyroscope":

For a more comprehensive look at how to use this example, take a look at the Gyroscope Primer

MOT0110-Gyroscope.jpg
Magnetometer: Reports the magnetic field strength in the X, Y, and Z-axis

In your Control Panel, double click on "3-Axis Magnetometer":

For a more comprehensive look at how to use this example, take a look at the Magnetometer Primer

MOT0110-Magnetometer.jpg
Spatial: Reports synchronized data from all three objects at once (Accelerometer, Gyroscope, and Magnetometer)

In your Control Panel, double click on "Spatial":

For a more comprehensive look at how to use this example, take a look at the Spatial Primer

MOT0110-Spatial.jpg
Temperature Sensor: Measures the temperature inside the enclosure

A temperature sensing chip and self-heating element is present on the MOT0110 so the Phidget22 libraries can keep the inside of the enclosure at 50°C for optimal performance. This feature is disabled by default, and can be enabled through the Spatial, Magnetometer, Accelerometer, or Gyroscope API.

This temperature data is also available so you can tell when the board has reached the target temperature.

In your Control Panel, double click on "Temperature Sensor":

MOT0110-Temp.jpg


Part 3: Create your Program

1. Setting up your Programming Environment

2. Phidget Programming Basics

Part 4: Advanced Topics and Troubleshooting

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How do I know what channel, serial number, or hub port to use in my program?

Before you open a Phidget channel in your program, you can set these properties to specify which channel to open. You can find this information through the Control Panel.

1. Open the Control Panel and double-click on the red map pin icon:

The locate Phidget button is found in the device information box

2. The Addressing Information window will open. Here you will find all the information you need to address your Phidget in your program.

All the information you need to address your Phidget


See the Phidget22 API for your language to determine exact syntax for each property.

How can I plot or record sensor data?

In the Phidget Control Panel, open the channel for your device and click on the Plot.jpg icon next to the data type that you want to plot. This will open up a new window:

Plot2.jpg

If you need more complex functionality such as logging multiple sensors to the same sheet or performing calculations on the data, you'll need to write your own program. Generally this will involve addressing the correct channel, opening it, and then creating an Event Handler and adding graphing/logging code to it.

The quickest way to get started is to download some sample code for your desired programming language and then search google for logging or plotting in that language (e.g. "how to log to csv in python") and add the code to the existing change handler.

Filtering

You can perform filtering on the raw data in order to reduce noise in your graph. For more information, see the Control Panel Graphing page.

Graph Type

You can perform a transform on the incoming data to get different graph types that may provide insights into your sensor data. For more information on how to use these graph types, see the Control Panel Graphing page.

Upgrading or Downgrading Device Firmware

Firmware Upgrade

MacOS users can upgrade device firmware by double-clicking the device row in the Phidget Control Panel.

Linux users can upgrade via the phidget22admin tool (see included readme for instructions).

Windows users can upgrade the firmware for this device using the Phidget Control Panel as shown below.

ControlpanelFWup.jpg

Firmware Downgrade

Firmware upgrades include important bug fixes and performance improvements, but there are some situations where you may want to revert to an old version of the firmware (for instance, when an application you're using is compiled using an older version of phidget22 that doesn't recognize the new firmware).

MacOS and Linux users can downgrade using the phidget22admin tool in the terminal (see included readme for instructions).

Windows users can downgrade directly from the Phidget Control Panel if they have driver version 1.9.20220112 or newer:

ControlpanelFWdown.jpg

Firmware Version Numbering Schema

Phidgets device firmware is represented by a 3-digit number. For firmware patch notes, see the device history section on the Specifications tab on your device's product page.

FWversion.jpg

  • If the digit in the 'ones' spot changes, it means there have been bug fixes or optimizations. Sometimes these changes can drastically improve the performance of the device, so you should still upgrade whenever possible. These upgrades are backwards compatible, meaning you can still use this Phidget on a computer that has Phidget22 drivers from before this firmware upgrade was released.
  • If the digit in the 'tens' spot changes, it means some features were added (e.g. new API commands or events). These upgrades are also backwards compatible, in the sense that computers running old Phidget22 drivers will still be able to use the device, but they will not be able to use any of the new features this version added.
  • If the digit in the 'hundreds' spot changes, it means a major change has occurred (e.g. a complete rewrite of the firmware or moving to a new architecture). These changes are not backwards compatible, so if you try to use the upgraded board on a computer with old Phidget22 drivers, it will show up as unsupported in the Control Panel and any applications build using the old libraries won't recognize it either. Sometimes, when a Phidget has a new hardware revision (e.g. 1018_2 -> 1018_3), the firmware version's hundreds digit will change because entirely new firmware was needed (usually because a change in the processor). In this case, older hardware revisions won't be able to be upgraded to the higher version number and instead continue to get bug fixes within the same major revision.
AHRS Data and Parameters

For details on how to interpret Euler angles and Quaternions, and how to select the right AHRS parameters for your device, see the Spatial Primer.

Changing VINT Speed

This device supports faster VINT communication speeds when plugged into a HUB that has the Speedicon.jpg icon printed on the enclosure.

Effects of changing VINT Speed:

  • Higher data rates
  • Shorter maximum cable length

For more details on these tradeoffs, see the Specifications tab on the product page.

In order to change the speed, close all of the channels and ensure it's plugged into a high-speed port. Right click on your device (not the Hub port or the channel):


ChangeVINTspeed.jpg

Once set, the selected VINT speed will persist until the device is unplugged or a new speed is set. You can also set the VINT speed in your program using the HubPortSpeed property. See the Phidget22 API for details.

Setting the Change Trigger and Data Interval

The Change Trigger is the minimum change in the sensor data needed to trigger a new data event. The Data Interval is the time (in ms) between data events sent out from your Phidget. You can modify one or both of these values to achieve different data outputs. You can learn more about these two properties here.

Calibrating the Magnetometer

Magnetometer Calibration

Magnetometer Calibration Guide

In order for your magnetometer to provide accurate heading information, it must be calibrated.

Follow this guide to complete the calibration process.

1. Open the Magnetometer example for your device, and click the Calibrate button. This will open the Compass Calibration tool.

2. If your device supports heating, we recommend checking the HeatingEnabled checkbox. Wait for the temperature reading to turn green:

If your Spatial does not support heating (neither of the above controls will be available), you can skip this step.

3. Next, decide if you're using 2-axis or 3-axis calibration:

● If the spatial is free to move in all directions, use 3-axis

● If the spatial is being kept mostly level (e.g. in a car), use 2-axis

4. You can leave the Local Field Strength at 1.0 for general use since magnitude doesn't affect heading. If you need more quantitative results, look up your local value.

5. Make sure your Phidget Spatial is firmly in the position you intend to calibrate it for, and begin by clicking the Start button.

Begin rotating the structure your Phidget is mounted to. Notice the red dots appearing on the graph.

6. Try to rotate it so that it fills out as much of the sphere (or circle in 2-axis mode) as possible. When you're finished, click Stop.

You should now see red and green spheres (or circles) in the graph. The red one is the raw measurements, and the green one is the calibrated measurements.

Newly calibrated data from the magnetometer will be indicated by a green line that matches the sphere. The green sphere should be more centered than the red one. If not, try repeating the calibration.

You're now done the calibration process! On most Phidget Spatials, the calibration will be stored in flash, so it stays calibrated to this environment even across power cycles.

7. If you need to repeat this exact calibration, you can save the values listed in the text box.

You can use these values in the setMagnetometerCorrectionParameters method. See our API Documentation for more details.

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Temperature Control (Self-Heating)

This Phidget comes equipped with a temperature sensor and a heating element so the Phidget22 libraries can keep the inside of the enclosure at 50°C for optimal sensor performance. This feature is disabled by default and can be activated using the HeatingEnabled property through the Accelerometer, Gyroscope, Magnetometer, or Spatial API.

Be sure when using the temperature stabilization feature to insulate the sensor from its environment, for example by protecting it from outside air currents.

Mounting Considerations

Since spatial devices are primarily intended to detect and measure motion, introducing unwanted motion into the system is a significant concern. This means that mounting the spatial correctly is very important. Manufacturing tolerances can cause tiny gaps between the enclosure posts and the holes in the board itself. This means the board may be able to rattle around inside the enclosure somewhat.

SpatialMounting.jpg

To solve this, it is always recommended to mount the board itself directly to the system using bolts, instead of using dual-lock or other adhesives on the outside of the enclosure. The holes in the bottom of the enclosure go all the way through the board so mounting is easy. Simply remove the top plate of the enclosure and bolt the board through the bottom of the enclosure to the surface, and then reattach the top plate. Make sure the bolts are tight and try to wiggle the board to see if there's still any movement. It is a good idea to use a thread locker when doing this as well to help stop the bolts from slowly backing out over time, this is especially important in systems that undergo significant vibrations.


Zeroing the Gyroscope

You can zero the gyroscope of this device by opening the gyroscope example and clicking on the "Zero Gyro" button. When you write your own program, you can also use a function call to zero the gyro during the program's operation. For details on how to do this in your language, see the Phidget22 API.

For details on how zeroing the gyro works, and when to do it, see the Gyroscope Primer.

Product Specifications

Accelerometer
Acceleration Measurement Max ± 16 g
Acceleration Measurement Resolution 30 μg
Acceleration Bandwidth 250 Hz
Accelerometer Noise (@ 1ms) ± 3 mg
Accelerometer Noise (@ 10ms) ± 1.5 mg
Accelerometer Noise (@ 100ms) ± 200 μg
Accelerometer Drift Max 2 mg
Accelerometer Bias (+15 to +30°C) 5 mg
Accelerometer Bias (Stabilized at 50°C) 1 mg
Gyroscope
Gyroscope Angular Rate Max ± 2000°/s
Gyroscope Resolution 0.004°/s
Gyroscope Noise (@ 1ms) ± 0.2°/s
Gyroscope Noise (@ 10ms) ± 0.05°/s
Gyroscope Noise (@ 100ms) ± 0.015°/s
Gyroscope Drift Max 0.1°/s
Gyroscope Bias (+15 to +30°C) 0.5°/s
Gyroscope Bias (Stabilized at 50°C) 0.05°/s
Magnetometer
Magnetic Field Max ± 8 G
Magnetometer Resolution 1.5 mG
Magnetometer Noise (@ 10ms) ± 10 mG
Magnetometer Noise (@ 50ms) ± 5 mG
Magnetometer Noise (@ 100ms) ± 2.5 mG
Board
Controlled By VINT or USB
API Object Name Accelerometer, Gyroscope, Magnetometer, Spatial, TemperatureSensor
Current Consumption Max 60 mA
Current Consumption Max (Heating Enabled) 450 mA
Sampling Speed Min 1 s/sample
Sampling Speed Max * 1 ms/sample
USB Voltage Min 4.1 V DC
USB Voltage Max 5.3 V DC
USB Speed Full Speed
Operating Temperature Min -40 °C
Operating Temperature Max 85 °C
Customs Information
Canadian HS Export Code 8471.80.00
American HTS Import Code 8471.80.40.00
Country of Origin CN (China)

* - Minimum data interval depends on connection mode (VINT/USB) and on VINT mode, varies depending on how many of the device's channels are open simultaneously. See the Minimum Data Interval section below for details.

Minimum Data Interval

In order to determine the minimum data interval for a channel:

  • In USB mode, the minimum data interval for each channel is equal to the "True Min" row in the table below, regardless of how many of the devices channels are open simultaneously.
  • In VINT mode, the minimum data interval for a channel varies depending on your VINT speed and is equal to the sum of the numbers in each column, plus 1 for each open channel beyond the first. If the resulting number is lower than the "True Min" for that channel, the minimum data interval is equal to the true min. The VINT speed for the HUB0000 and HUB5000 is locked at 100kbps, while the HUB0001 can be adjusted as high as 1000kbps (see the HUB0001 User Guide for more details).
VINT Speed Accelerometer Gyroscope Magnetometer Spatial Temperature Sensor
100 kbps 3 3 3 8 2
160 kbps 2 2 2 6 1
250 kbps 1 1 1 4 1
500 kbps 1 1 1 3 1
1000 kbps 1 1 1 2 1
True Min. 1 1 10 1 10

For example, if you have the accelerometer, magnetometer and temperature sensor open on VINT mode, running at 160kbps, that works out to 2 + 2 + 1, plus another 2 because three channels are open. The result is 7ms, so the minimum data interval for the accelerometer is 7ms in this scenario. It would be the minimum for the magnetometer and temperature sensor too, but their true minimum is both 10ms, so they will still have a minimum of 10ms.

Maximum Cable Length

Maximum cable length depends on two major factors: cable gauge, and communication protocol.

Cable Gauge

Thicker cables can carry power further, resulting in a greater maximum cable length. Using the self-heating feature of the MOT0110 consumes significantly more power, so this reduces the maximum cable length. The Phidget cables we sell are 26AWG and most USB cables are 24 AWG on the power and ground wires. Use the first table below to find the maximum imposed by your power setup.

Communication Protocol

The maximum cable length in USB mode is always 5m. The maximum recommended Phidget cable length in VINT mode depends on a few different factors. If the VINT port the MOT0110 is plugged into has a Shield icon printed on the enclosure, it means it's equipped with an improved filter which will increase the maximum cable length. The VINT speed you've selected will also impact maximum Phidget cable length (Only ports labeled with the Speed icon can set VINT speed, otherwise the speed is fixed at the 100kbps default). Use the second table below to find the maximum imposed by your communication protocol.

The lesser of the two numbers from these tables is your maximum cable length.

Cable Gauge Max Cable Length (m)
w/ Heating Disabled
Max Cable Length (m)
w/ Heating Enabled
26 AWG (Typical Phidget Cable) 28 1.5
24 AWG (Typical mini-USB Cable) 45 5
22 AWG 50 10
18 AWG 50 22
Protocol / VINT Speed Cable Length (m)
USB 5
100 kbps (no Shield) 5
100 kbps (with Shield) 50
160 kbps (with Shield) 35
250 kbps (with Shield) 20
400 kbps (with Shield) 11
500 kbps (with Shield) 8
800 kbps (with Shield) 4
1000 kbps (with Shield) 2.5

Documents

Product History

Date Board Revision Device Version Comment
August 2022 0 100 Product Release

Software Objects

Channel NameAPIChannel Interface
PhidgetSpatial Precision 3/3/3
3-Axis Accelerometer Accelerometer 0 USB
3-Axis Gyroscope Gyroscope 0 USB
3-Axis Magnetometer Magnetometer 0 USB
Spatial Spatial 0 USB
Temperature Sensor TemperatureSensor 0 USB
PhidgetSpatial Precision 3/3/3
3-Axis Accelerometer Accelerometer 0 VINT
3-Axis Gyroscope Gyroscope 0 VINT
3-Axis Magnetometer Magnetometer 0 VINT
Spatial Spatial 0 VINT
Temperature Sensor TemperatureSensor 0 VINT

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Gyroscope Max/MSP Multiple Download
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Magnetometer JavaScript Browser Download
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Spatial Compass Calibrator C# Windows Download
Spatial Spatial AHRS/IMU C# Windows Download
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TemperatureSensor JavaScript Browser Download
TemperatureSensor Objective-C macOS Download
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TemperatureSensor Swift iOS Download
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TemperatureSensor Max/MSP Multiple Download

Have a look at our spatial boards:

Product Accelerometer Gyroscope Magnetometer
Image Part Number Price Acceleration Measurement Max Acceleration Measurement Resolution Gyroscope Speed Max Gyroscope Resolution Magnetometer Resolution Magnetic Field Max
1041_0B $40.00 ± 8 g 976.7 μg
1042_0B $60.00 ± 8 g 976.7 μg ± 2000°/s 0.07°/s 3 mG 5.5 G
1043_1B $80.00 ± 2 g 76.3 μg
MOT0110_0 $100.00 ± 16 g 30 μg 0.004°/s 1.5 mG ± 8 G
MOT1100_0 $20.00 ± 8 g 1 mg
MOT1102_0 $30.00 ± 8 g 200 μg ± 2250°/s 1E-05°/s 200 μG ± 8 G