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IEEE 2700-2017

IEEE Standard for Sensor Performance Parameter Definitions

A common framework for sensor performance specification terminology, units, conditions, and limits is provided. Specifically, the accelerometer, magnetometer, gyrometer/ gyroscope, accelerometer/magnetometer/gyroscope combination sensors, barometer/pressure sensors, hygrometer/humidity sensors, temperature sensors, light sensors (ambient and RGB), and proximity sensors are discussed.

Sponsor Committee
SEN/SC-SC - Standards Committee
Status
Active Standard
PAR Approval
2016-05-12
Superseding
2700-2014
Board Approval
2017-06-15
History
ANSI Approved:
2019-03-19
Published:
2018-01-31

Working Group Details

Society
IEEE Sensors Council
Sponsor Committee
SEN/SC-SC - Standards Committee
Working Group
mems_wg - Standard for Sensor Performance Parameter Definitions working group
IEEE Program Manager
Vanessa Lalitte
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Working Group Chair
Kenneth Foust

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2700-2014

IEEE Standard for Sensor Performance Parameter Definitions

A common framework for sensor performance specification terminology, units, conditions and limits is provided. Specifically, the accelerometer, magnetometer, gyrometer/gyroscope, barometer/pressure sensors, hygrometer/humidity sensors, temperature sensors, ambient light sensors, and proximity sensors are discussed.

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