Making things for the Raspberry Pi
BerryIMUv2 is an inertial measurement unit, or IMU, that measures and reports on velocity, orientation and gravitational forces, using a combination of an accelerometer, gyroscope, and a magnetometer.
BerryIMUv2 is also fitted with a barometric sensor (BMP280) which can be used to calculate altitude. A temperature sensor is also included.
IMUs can be found in devices like: quad copters, smart phones, segways, Wii remote, etc.. and are used to sense movement and orientation.
Adding BerryIMUv2 to your Raspberry Pi or Arduino will open up a whole new world of possibilities. BerryIMUv2 is specifically designed for the Raspberry Pi to take some of the complexity out of IMUs and to try and make them more enjoyable to use.
BerryIMUv2 includes the latest and greatest sensor ICs. It is powered off the Raspberry Pi or Arduino 3.3v pin.
BerryIMUv2 is compatible will all models of Raspberry Pi, including Pi 2, 3 and Zero. It is also compatible with Arduino, Teensy 3.6, Adafruit Huzzah and Sparkfun Thing.
Weight = 3gm
IMU sensor LSM9DS1
Gyroscope: - i2c - Measurement range ±245/±500/±2000 dps - Sensitivity 8.75, 17.50, 70.00 mdps
Barometric Sensor BMP280
BerryIMUv2 comes with:
These cover both BerryIMUv2 and displaying graphics with SDL;
BerryIMUv2 is shipped by normal airmail from Australia. Which can take between 5 and 15 business days to arrive in some countries.
Cameorn | June 18, 2015
Henrik | May 28, 2015
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Australia Post: Standard - No Tracking
This shipping is via normal airmail which does not include tracking.
Australia Post: - With Tracking
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We look for the most active & best members of the Tindie community, and invite them to join. There isn't a selection process or form to fill out. The only way to become a Tindarian is by being a nice & active member of the Tindie community!
After hours, we like to prototype with the Raspberry Pi, build autonomous robots and anything Star Wars .
We have been doing this for a few years and have built up a good set of skills, which we like to share.