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poseidon_2005

I'm looking for information on how to work with this sensor. Any info would be super. I was looking for a sketch I could experiment with to learn more about this module. However it's very difficult to understand what pertains to my sensor.

https://www.flickr.com/photos/21079376@N06/shares/VijQ2e

Any help would be super.....
Thank you!!!

Peter_n

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Aug 01, 2015, 03:43 pm Last Edit: Aug 01, 2015, 03:43 pm by Peter_n
This is your sensor module:
http://www.iseerobot.com/produk-1795-gy9255-mpu9265--sensor-module.html
There is a second page at iseerobot.com with the same information.

It contains the MPU-9255 sensor.
Do you know any library for that sensor ? I don't.
Is it compatible with the MPU-6050 and MPU-9150 ?

poseidon_2005

That's what I'm looking for, the library and some starter/sample code. If anyone can help that would be great!!!

Peter_n

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Aug 04, 2015, 02:43 pm Last Edit: Aug 04, 2015, 02:45 pm by Peter_n
If you want to test if the sensor is connected to the I2C bus, run the i2c_scanner. Google for : arduino playground i2c_scanner

In the Playground section is code for the MPU-9150, you can try that. Google for : arduino playground mpu-9150
Next try code (for example on Github) for the MPU-9250. Google for : arduino mpu-9250

The MPU-9255 seems to be made to work with the Invensense AAR library. But I have no idea what is different.  Could you compare the registers with the MPU-9250 ?

This topic is "Help with gyro MPU-92/65", but you want code for the Invensense MPU-9255 sensor. You could start a new topic : "Code for Inveense MPU-9255 sensor ?".


Ania

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Nov 05, 2015, 02:32 am Last Edit: Nov 05, 2015, 02:48 am by ania
hi guys, do you have the sample codes and library ? if yes please allow me to copy..


thank you :)

blu11sonic

Hey chances are you probably gave up or figured it out by now but I made a video showing how to read the raw values from this gyro:
https://youtu.be/V4NdsBjUAO0

RomainF2

Hey, Look this link , it's in spanish but take the code and it will work..

poseidon_2005

Thank you for the reply. I kinda went in hospital shortly after posting this as I am now an amputee.... just logged into arduino forum for the first time and seen the information provided. Since I've just gotten back into arduino, I have something to play with I suppose.
Thank you all very much!

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