Thank you, I will try this next. I look forward to testing !
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Here is a link, the image did not seem to post: https://github.com/Aceinna/python-openimu/tree/master/samples
Is there a python sample for getting the heading from the imu, I would like to put into custom program not using the aceinna developers site.
Hello, I am using Ubuntu 18.04
I am able to run the python webserver and connect to the Aceinna developers site: https://developers.aceinna.com/. The OpenIMU outputs data and graphs beautifully!
I am wanting to run the openimu_test.py script on Ubuntu.
I cloned the github repository locally. When I run the openimu_test.py, the log file ends up empty.
Is there a method to logging non-empty files?
Thank you for your help. I took me awhile to figure out how to configure UCENTER how to output nav-pvt messages.
The links you provided I have read before, they are well put together and easy to understand. Ucenter is a little more confusing if you have never used it before. I am now getting NAVPVT data to the OpenIMU monitor. Thank you!
Hello, I have asked quite a few questions in the last couple days. Thank you in advanced for your direction
I have a ZED-F9P ardusimple Board. I have configured it to output only NMEA data. I have tried 115200 and 230400 Baudrate. The OpenIMU documentation says that 115200 is the default baud rate, but the monitor showed that it was at 230400 baudrate.
I am able to pull data into the rasberry pi and prove out that I am getting data from the ZED-F9P.
I am worried that it is the wrong data format than OPENIMU is expecting. Does OPENIMU expect NMEA as the data format or other?
- Screen of the Ublox settings.
- Screen Shot of OPENIMU Monitor
- Screen Shot of Rasberry Pi.
On the OPENIMU300XX Eval Kit, are the serial interface 3.3v or 5v?
I am connecting GNSS and need to ensure I have the correct reference voltage for the GNNS device communication.
Is there a 3.3v or 5v output reference on the OPEN IMU?
I looked at the documentation and reviewed schematics, maybe I missed something?: