Daniel S

Member Since: August 10, 2015

Country: United States

  • Is there any documentation for what the Fault light actually represents? I think my Sunny Buddy is faulty, and I am measuring a voltage on the Fault pad (referenced to ground) but don't know what this means.

  • How accurate is this chip over long periods of time? If I set it correctly now, how far can I expect it to have drifted after 6-12 months?

  • The gyro and accelerometer in the LSM9DS1 have a single FIFO buffer available that stores up to 32 16-bit gyro and acceleration data values in separate registers. In the LSM9DS0 the gyro and accelerometer are located in separate sensor devices embedded within one package and have separate FIFO buffers. Practically speaking this means the code is a little different, but I'm not sure that you would notice a functional difference. For now I prefer the LSM9DS0 just because it makes it easier to debug or only use one of the sensors if you want to. The LSM9DS1 is a newer device.

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