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September 14, 2012
about 7 years ago
I am using PWM signals to control the servo (the servo will have different angles depending on the values Im getting from the MPU). But I believe that whatever I do to delay the code, I will still overflow the FIFO.
The problem is that I cannot afford less readings from the MPU, I must have constant readings all the time.
All help is appreciated to get me through this!
Thanks for your answer. Ive have done nearly the same as you to calibrate the values, but it still wasnt perfect but I didnt think of the kalman filter, so Ill try to conclude it as well, so thank you!
Im still stuck with the next part, the part where I get fifooverflow and some strange values when I try to control a servo. It must be colliding with the interrupt I believe.
Ive owned this sensor for like 2-3 months now, but I dont really manage things to work out that fine. Ive used the "sketch for MPU6050 class using DMP (MotionApps v2.0)" and Ive been focusing on the yaw/pitch/roll values.
I have to wait for like 1 minute until all values are steady (one of em goes from like 1 degree to 16 degrees).
If I try to make a servo dependent on the values I get fifooverflow and the values either gets screwd up or everything freezes.
I hope some1 could help me, and trust me Ive been searching for a solution for a long time without success.
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