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June 8, 2012
about 3 years ago
Somebody, please answer! )
Please, answer: what difference with using other crystal? For example 16MHz? Can this make some internal errors, or this just make this chip slowly???
about 4 years ago
OK! Problem is missing! ) But now i have problem with 3.3v & 5V, because this UART TTL get 5v on Arduino, but my MPU-6050 must have 3,3v on board. How i can repair that problem???
I have this chip, but i haven’t UART TTL decoder.
Can you answer: Can I use this UART TTL converter that comes with APC-220 (http://www.goodluckbuy.com/apc220-wireless-communication-module-for-arduinousb-converter.html) for download sketches in this Arduino??? And if it possible, how i must connect it???
about 4 years ago
Thank you very much!
But i find some bug with my sensor.
Why i catch accelerometer data from gyro function and gyro data from acceleration function from your example on GitHub???
When i use MPU6050_raw example, i catch data in range -15000/15000 (and this data must be in gyro variables, because it show angle, not acceleration) from ax, ay, az; and data in range -35000/35000 from gx, gy, gz.
I catch reversed data. Why it may be???
Jeff can you recommend any of the Kalman filter code that works with the sensor to the Arduino???
Thank you very much! after administration of 3.3 volts on VIO my module come to life!
And I was very happy with this!
Please, answer on one more question: which pull-up resistors will be better: 10k or 4k5??
Hello everyone! I,m from Russia and sorry for english at first! )
I use this accel&gyro who was bought on this site, and I have some problems with this board!!!
I connect SCL on the board to A5 and SDA to A4 inputs with pull-up resistors (10k or 4,7k) on Ardruino MEGA. GND to Ground & VDD to 3,3V.
But I2C Scanner didn’t find my MPU6050 board.
What i do wrong????!!!!
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