Thanks for the link. I also read the 6050 datasheet, so let's see if i understand it correctly:

The mpu6050 has the full-scale range between +-2 and +-16g.

So the library uses +-2 g (16,384 LSB/g), because of these lines:

`accX = ((float)rawAccX) / 16384.0;`

accY = ((float)rawAccY) / 16384.0;

accZ = ((float)rawAccZ) / 16384.0;

When my mpu6050 is lieing on the table, I get this output:

`accX : -0.05 accY : -0.01 accZ : 1.07`

So the mpu6050 reads the gravity on z-axis with 1.07 g, right? So all the data is in g.

1,07 g = 10,49 m/s²

If I multiply all the output with 9.806, I should get the wanted m/s² output?

Or am I failing in math currently?