|Subject:||Re: [Paparazzi-devel] low cost imus with mpu6050 from drotek|
|Date:||Thu, 15 Nov 2012 00:42:24 +0000|
i adapted my driver using aspirin_i2c as chistophe say.
for now i am using YAPA 2.0 with mpu6000 + hmc5883 + ms5611 on my fixedwing.
> Date: Thu, 15 Nov 2012 01:19:46 +0100
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> Subject: Re: [Paparazzi-devel] low cost imus with mpu6050 from drotek
> the i2c code for the mpu6000 is the same as for the mp6050 expect one byte.
> For the lpc2148 a driver for SPI interface to the aspirin interface is
> running and will be pushed soon.
> You have to dis activate the BMP085 and magnetometer part by using the
> slave i2c port
> in the aspirin driver to use only the MPU60X0.
> You can find the code in aspirin2_i2c.c
> The drotek IMU use the alternative mpu6050 adress (the second byte to
> The drotek 17 Euro IMU is running well for normal wing aircraft (60Hz).
> For multirotor the code has to be changed to fit best with 512 Hz.
> The transfer of 22Bytes with 400KHz clock needs about 0.55ms of the 2ms
> Eduardo schrieb:
> > Sergey, where can i get the code for i2c mpu6000 ?
> > regards.
> > On 21/10/2012 07:55, Sergey Krukowski wrote:
> >> Hallo!
> >> The aspirin2 uses MPU6000 sensor with SPI bus, however the MPU6050
> >> has only I2C bus.
> >> I've done the MPU6050 I2C driver for the Krooz autopilot, however it
> >> works only for STM32 architecture for now. I'll push it on my git soon.
> >> Regards,
> >> Sergey
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