Digital Magnetic Compass

K-PUS digital magnetic compass are used for precise measurement of heading, roll and pitch angles Its typical applications are gimbals, autonomous cars, laser rangefinders, thermal binoculars, reconnaissance equipment, mounted weapon systems etc.
Smaller and robust design with better connection interface. Better than 0.25 degree heading accuracy
K-PUS has advanced hard-iron and soft-iron calibration capabilities (12-point calibration and easy-calibration).
K-PUS has passed several environmental conditions tests, including MIL-STD-810G.
K-PUS digital magnetic compass sensor has been delivered to defense companies and has been used on several platforms with satisfaction because of its:
Good accuracy
Direct replaceability


Reconnaissance Equipment

Thermal Binoculars

Laser Rangefinders

Unmanned Vehicles and Autonomous Cars

Gimbal and Pan-tilt Systems

Mounted Weapon Systems


  • K-PUS-MICRO Performance

    Roll/Pitch (Bank/Elevation) Accuracy ± 0.1° RMS
    Yaw (Heading, Azimuth) Accuracy ± 0.25° RMS
    Sampling Rate Up to 50 Hz
    Pitch/Roll Calibrated Range – 45° / + 45°
    Pitch/Roll Operational Range – 80° / + 80°
    Power Supply 3.3 V (± %5)
    Dimensions 31x23x18.5 mm
    Weight < 11 gr


    • 3-D Accelerometer

      Measurement Range +/- 2g to +/- 16g
      Non-Linearity +/- 0.5%
      Noise X-Y-X 0.75-0.75-1.1 LBS RMS
      Sensitivity 256 LBS/g (2g)

    • 3-D Gyroscope

      Measurement Range +/- 2000 degrees/second
      Lin. Acc. Sensitivity 0.1 deg/sec/g
      Total RMS Noise 0.1 deg/sec RMS
      Non-Linearity +/- 0.2 %
      Cross-axis Sensitivity +/- 2 %

    • 3-D Magnetometer

      Measurement Range +/- 8 Gauss
      Non-Linearity 0.1 % Full Scale
      Digital Resolution 18 bit
      Resolution 16384 Count/G
      Sensitivity 61 mikrogauss


    K-PUS-Micro Digital Magnetic Compass Datasheet
    K-PUS Sensor Compensation Procedure