It can resolve the difference made by slipping a piece of paper under one corner of the board.
As small as this device is, it better be capable of that if I'm hoping for 1/10th degree resolution.
It probably doesn't belong in this section of the forum, but I'm currently reading to try and figure out if my Arduino Pro Mini 328 has enough on-board memory to log a few shots from the magnetometer and tilt sensor. I'm trying to fit all of this hardware into a tiny space. It's not impossible, just more design consideration and machine work on my part. I was planning on mounting all of this in a Delrin housing I will machine on my lathe and mill, and then cartridge that into 316 stainless steel housing that will be water-tight (That's right, going underwater, Jack
I'd like my apparatus to be able to go into an obscure area (under-water), take about 3 samples from each sensor, and store it to the "satellite" arduino. I'll retrieve the data from the "satellite" arduino via a "mother" arduino or computer when I get it back to the surface.
Reading about storage is like a different language to me, but I'm learning (slowly). Can this amount be stored on the Arduino Pro Mini 328, or do I need to implement a micro-SD portion as well. Thanks for the help. I'm sure it would save me hours.
I'm real excited to get this project into building mode, and I sure appreciate the help I've received thus far. Good day.