How to get 9 DOF IMU sensor stick to work on arduino?

IMU - Inertial Measurement Unit.
Asim
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How to get 9 DOF IMU sensor stick to work on arduino?

Postby Asim » Fri Jan 04, 2013 11:34 am

Hello Mr. Abhimanyu and other fellow members of the community,

I bought a 9 DOF stick from explore labs. I'm not able to find a reliable/working code for fetching the data from the IMU unit. Serious help is urgently required.

Best Regards,
Asim
abhimanyu
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Re: How to get 9 DOF IMU sensor stick to work on arduino?

Postby abhimanyu » Fri Jan 04, 2013 2:19 pm

Hardware:
You need to connect the SDA, SCL lines to Arduino's SDA, SCL (if it is Rev 3) or to A4, A5 pins respectively.
Also, note that since 9DoF Sensor Stick has an onboard 3.3V regulator, you need to power it up by at least 3.5V (best way is to use 5V).

Software:

Do you need the raw sensor readings or Euler Angles/ Quaternions?
You may want to get started using the code at: https://dev.qu.tu-berlin.de/projects/sf ... ahrs/files
Download the latest Firmware for Arduino (Razor AHRS Firmware and Test Sketch v1.4.1.zip).

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