A 10DoF IMU module with LSM9DS1 IMU and BMP280 barometer on it (comes with un-soldered headers)Designed by Hummingdrone in Turkey
Overview What is it? Hummingdrone 10-DOF IMU module is able to sense and measure 10 different parameters for motion and orientation tracking. It has an IMU and a barometer on it. With IMU and some ...Read More…
Hummingdrone 10-DOF IMU module is able to sense and measure 10 different parameters for motion and orientation tracking. It has an IMU and a barometer on it. With IMU and some sensor fusion methods, you can calculate the roll-pitch-yaw angles of the module and with barometer you can get the height. It can communicate through I2C or SPI. Also it has logic level converters inside so you don't have to connect any external components (such as pull-up resistors) while wiring it to a controller board.
Sensors used on this module are:
LSM9DS1 has a 3-axis accelerometer, a 3-axis gyroscope and a 3-axis magnetometer (digital compass) inside.
BMP280 barometric pressure sensor is used for measuring atmospheric pressure to calculate altitude. It can also measure the temperature.
We are working on a modular autonomous drone platform and developing our own sensor modules for this purpose. These modules are suitable for use in many types of projects such as:
The module supports both I2C and SPI interfaces. It has an internal logic level converter, a small footprint and high quality ST and Bosch sensors
It has a logic level shifter inside. Hence can be connected to both 3.3V and 5V logic level boards. For example: Raspberry Pi is a 3.3V logic level board while Arduino Uno is a 5V board. This module is able to be wired to both without a need for any external components.
For more information about the sensors on this module:
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Turkish Post (PTT): Standard Ground Rate
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