Summary

These sensors provide Sun measurements with <0.2° (3σ) accuracy over the entire FOV. The sun sensors are completely immune to albedo effects, making them highly robust and versatile. All sensors are calibrated in our state-of-the-art dark, clean, optics calibration room, using a sun-simulator and highly accurate rotation stage. CubeSense has flight heritage for a wide variety of missions and orbits.

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Last updated: 2020-06-22

CubeSense S

2,950 USD (ROM)

Specs

9TRL
mass
30 g
lead time
3 month
operating temperature
-20 — 70 C
mechanical vibration
14 Grms
radiation tolerance
24.0 krad
field of view accuracy
< 0.2 deg
update rate
2 Hz
field of view
180 deg
voltage
3.3 V
power
100 mW
peak power
200 mW

Downloads

  • CAD model(1.86 MB)
  • Datasheet(1.64 MB)
  • ICD(726.35 KB)
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  • User manual(948.5 KB)

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