Mpu6050

16 May 19
Hackaday
Radio control cars have always been fun, it’s true. With that said, it’s hard to deny that true speed was unlocked when lithium polymer batteries and brushless motors came to the fore. [Gear Down For What?] built himself a speedy RC car of his own design, and it’s only got two wheels to boot (Youtube link, embedded below). The design is of the self-balancing type – if you’re thinking of an angry unmanned Segway with a point to prove, you’re in the ballpark. The brains of the machine come thanks to a Teensy 3.6, which runs the PID loops for balancing and control. An MPU6050 gyroscope & accelerometer provide the necessary sensing to enable the ‘bot to keep itself upright in varied conditions. Performance is impressive, with the car reaching speeds in excess of 40 MPH and managing to handle simple ramps and bumps with ease. It’s all wrapped up in a 3D printed frame which held up surprisingly well to many crashes into tripods and tarmac. Such builds are not just fun; they’re an excellent way to learn useful control skills that can serve you well in industry and your own projects. You can pick up the finer details of control systems in a university engineering course, or you could give our primer a whirl. When you’ve whipped up your first awesome project, we’d love to hear about it. Video after the break.  
05 May 19
Automation Development & Programming

Following unification in a common module (atmega328p + MPU6050), decided to apply its function to a Gimbal stabilizer. For this purpose I prepare a draft gimbal stabilizer platform (for begginig with two degree of freedom). In my first test, analyzed the horizontal axis X and for that reason read and caclulate the values in each […]

05 May 19
A Weirdo's Life

I have watched Endgame twice and has a lot of thought about it which you can check it here: https://aweirdolife.wordpress.com/2019/05/06/random-thoughts-after-watching-endgame/ To celebrate the final chapter of all the superheroes that I have watched for years, I decided to make something related to my favorite character of this series, which is Iron Man. So I went […]

27 Apr 19
Robo Pandit

MPU6050 module uses the popular MPU6050 Sensor which includes both a 3 axis accelerometer and a 3 axis gyroscope in a single package.The sensor can be interfaced through a I2C connection which allows an easy and direct interface between the sensor and a micro controller.

The MPU-6000/MPU-6050 family of parts are the world’s first and only 6-axis Motion Tracking devices designed for the low power, low cost, and high performance requirements of smartphones, tablets and wearable sensors.

The 6 Degree of Freedom sensor breakout integrate with the MPU6050 sensor and the low noise 3.3v regulator and pull-up resistors for the I2C bus. So it’s available to directly hook up the sensor with the Arduino processors for your robotics,HCI and wearable projects.

Features:-

  • Uses the popular MPU6050 IC
  • MPU6050 contains a 3 axis Accelerometer and Gyroscope in a single package and simplifies design and usage. It also reduces cross axis alignment issues unlike other sensors with separate accelerometer and gyroscope ICs
  • Digital I2C interface to read the output of the sensor
  • Input Voltage: 2.3 – 3.4V
  • Selectable Solder Jumpers on CLK, FSYNC and AD0
  • Tri-Axis angular rate sensor (gyro) with a sensitivity up to 131 LSBs/dps and a full-scale range of ±250, ±500, ±1000, and ±2000dps
  • Tri-Axis accelerometer with a programmable full scale range of ±2g, ±4g, ±8g and ±16g
  • Embedded algorithms for run-time bias and compass calibration. No user intervention required
  • Digital-output temperature sensor
05 Apr 19
Drones Field

Frequently it is quick and easy and sometimes it stutters. There are narrow home windows of time to spray crops on account of all kinds of things equivalent to weather, chemical being sprayed, growth cycle, and so on. Simply put, drone sprayers cannot spray quick enough as a result of their tanks are small. The […]

23 Apr 19
Creative IT Design III 2019 Spring

해결해야 되는 문제 3가지 모터 안정적인 제어 문제 압력 센서를 이용한 촉각 피드백 형성 문제 팔의 변위를 센싱하는 문제 모터의 안정적인 제어 문제 제어기로 인덕터를 사용하지 않을때의 문제점 => 어느 한 모터의 제어가 다른 모터에게 영향을 미쳐 오작동이 심하다 적은 용량의 인덕터를 사용할 때의 문제점: 발열이 심하다, 특정 모터가 동작이 되지 않는다. 높은 용량의 인덕터를 […]

17 Apr 19
tlfong01.blog

Adafruit 9-DOF or other accelerometer/magnetometer/gyroscope sensor for Raspberry PI 2/3 with Windows IoT Ask Question 1 1 I’m really new to both Raspberry and the whole electronics world: I’m experimenting with the board, using Windows IoT (since I’m quite familiar with C# as a development platform). I’m not, however, bound to this OS: I can […]

15 Apr 19
Mags Forum Technology

I am trying to send data which is appearing on Arduino IDE serial monitor to an android app Blueterm via Bluetooth module HC-05.After connecting HC-05 sends data only for 2sec, even though app shows “connected HC-05”. I need to send data atleast for 3 minutes continously. #include <MPU6050_tockn.h> include include SoftwareSerial mySerial(0, 1); MPU6050 mpu6050(Wire); […]

11 Apr 19
FutureLab3D

Overview In the first example, using the Processing development environment, we will make a 3D visualization of the sensor orientation, and in the second example we will make a simple self-stabilizing platform or a DIY Gimbal. Based on the MPU6050 orientation and its fused accelerometer and gyroscope data, we control the three servos that keep […]

09 Apr 19
FutureLab3D

In this tutorial we will learn how to build an Arduino Gimbal or a self-stabilizing platform with servo motors. This tutorial is actually an extension of the previous tutorial about the MPU6050 tutorial. Overview I designed the gimbal using a 3D modeling software. It consists of 3 MG996R servo motors for the 3-axis control, and […]

23 Mar 19

At the starting of this year and the even semester of our third year,  Shankhajyoti and Sparsh and I(Tejas) decided to carry forward the Neo-theremin designed by last year’s team.. Soon we had cleared all the high level details of our project like the design aesthetic of the theremin, what kind of sensors to use […]

23 Mar 19
tlfong01.blog

Self Balancing Robot Controlled by Micro Python – Jeff Magee 2015apr21, 5,570 views 2 x 12v NEMA17 stepper, motor drivers A4988, gyro & accelerometer mpu6050, controlled by pyboard. 德源科技 兩輪自平衡小車 2WD 金屬電機 雙輪平衡小車 智能小車 1:21電機 (適用JGA25-371) TW$1,230 https://goods.ruten.com.tw/item/show?21402246427970 JGA25-371全金屬電機, 帶有高精度碼盤,一圈有334個脈衝 https://goods.ruten.com.tw/item/show?21402246427970 Building a [Self Balancing Two Wheel Car] with Raspberry Pi – KevinK6 2015, 56,299 […]

21 Mar 19
tlfong01.blog
19 Mar 19
tlfong01.blog

# mpu6050_test15_2019mar1901 tlfong01 2019mar19hkt2209 # Rpi3B+ stretch linux 4.14.34-v7+ arm python3.5.3 # *** Description *** # 1. Setup I2C channel (for Rpi23+ stretch, speed is NOT adjustable, but fixed at 100k baud) # 2. Reset MPU # 3. Wakeup MPU # 4. Read and print default value 0x68 in register WhoImI 0x75 # 5. Write […]

18 Mar 19
tlfong01.blog

Now I am going to write a program to read the temperature of MPU6050 stored in registers 0x41, 0x42, by the following equation.  I have also summarized the notes for setting or read other register to do self testing of X axis gyro.  But I have very little idea of what gyro is.  So I […]