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Member Since: June 19, 2012

Country: United States

  • I also like to learn this most practical way. But I bought this gyro and monitoring its voltage through an AD converter and an oscilloscope. Realize that it has the output of any one of its bases has varied strangely. When I submit it to an angular velocity (using hands) its voltage rises (so far so good), but when I start to slow down even stop it, its voltage falls below the reference voltage (1.23V ) for a few seconds … falling to about 1.1V for example, and will return to the reference voltage slowly as if a slight speed in the opposite direction. I believe there must be a problem because if the gyro stopped this he should have a voltage equal to the reference voltage, and also it should only provide a voltage below the reference voltage if I rotate in the opposite direction, am I right? I thank anyone who can help me.

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