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Re: [Paparazzi-devel] Three-Axis Damping on Fixed-Wing (Apogee 1.00)

From: Gautier Hattenberger
Subject: Re: [Paparazzi-devel] Three-Axis Damping on Fixed-Wing (Apogee 1.00)
Date: Sat, 10 May 2014 22:31:36 +0200
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We are finishing the driver for MPU9150 on Apogee, so it should be available in a couple of week hopefully. In the mean time, if you can find an external magnetometer you can try set something like in conf/airframes/ENAC/fixed-wing/jp.xml. It is for fixedwing but should not be too difficult to do the same for rotorcraft.


Le 10/05/2014 16:21, Luke Ionno a écrit :

I'm trying to implement pitch/roll/yaw damping on a fixed-wing airframe; for
this particular aircraft, I won't be using attitude stabilization or
navigation.  I've got a Apogee 1.00 board installed, with the MPU-9150
IMU/magnetometer chipset.  My original plan was to simply set it up as a
rotorcraft, and use the RATE_DIRECT mode, but from what I understand, there
is no Apogee IMU driver that supports the -9150, correct?  Since I have no
intention of using NAV on this aircraft, not having the magnetometer data
isn't an issue, in and of itself, but it does prevent me from using the
rotary-wing firmware.  Is there any way to achieve 3-axis damping using the
fixed-wing firmware?  If not, I can switch out the Apogee for a LISA/M, but
since I just finished crimping all the PicoBlade connectors onto my servos,
I'd prefer to stick with the Apogee if possible.



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