GY-951 9DOF ATMEGA328 ITG3205 ADXL345 HMC5883L 9-axis Inertial Navigation Compass Module
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- 9-axis module (three-axis gyroscope + triaxial accelerometer + triaxial magnetic field)
- Model: GY-951
- Using a Chip: Atmega328 + ITG3205 + ADXL345 + HMC5883L
- Power supply: 3-5v
- Communication: serial communication protocol
- Size: 23x17mm
- Direct Data: YAW ROLL PITCH
- Heading angle (YAW) ± 180 °
- Roll angle (ROLL) ± 180 °
- Pitch angle (PITCH) ± 180 °
- Serial port baud rate: 57600
The 9DOF Razor IMU incorporates three sensors – an ITG-3200 (MEMS triple-axis gyro), ADXL345 (triple-axis accelerometer), and HMC5883L (triple-axis magnetometer) – to give you nine degrees of inertial measurement. The outputs of all sensors are processed by an on-board ATmega328 and output over a serial interface. This enables the 9DOF Razor to be used as a very powerful control mechanism for UAVs, autonomous vehicles and image stabilization systems.
The board comes programmed with the 8MHz Arduino bootloader (stk500v1) and some example firmware that demos the outputs of all the sensors. Simply connect to the serial TX and RX pins with a 3.3V FTDI Basic Breakout, open a terminal program to 57600bps and a menu will guide you through testing the sensors. You can use the Arduino IDE to program your code onto the 9DOF, just select the ‘Arduino Pro or Pro Mini (3.3v, 8mhz) w/ ATmega328 as your board.
The 9DOF operates at 3.3VDC; any power supplied to the white JST connector will be regulated down to this operating voltage – our LiPo batteries are an excellent power supply choice. The output header is designed to mate with our 3.3V FTDI Basic Breakout board, so you can easily connect the board to a computer’s USB port. Or, for a wireless solution, it can be connected to the Bluetooth Mate or an XBee Explorer
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