|Subject:||[Paparazzi-devel] matek f405 wing|
|Date:||Tue, 6 Oct 2020 16:11:43 +0300|
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It works but it only gives correct temperature, the pressure reading is very high at 166000 Pascal but it follows the altitude change.
No matter what compensation scheme i am using, double precision compensation or integer compenstation, i always get the same numbers so either the calibration data are not read correctly or i got a damaged part.
Other than that everything is flight ready, i will post here when i find what is wrong with the BMP280.
Btw it looks like the board has a very strange IMU orientation, perpendicular to the servo leads and probably inverted also because when i let the board sit the artificial horizon creeps until it gets almost inverted, is there any way to change the orientation through software?
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