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by Juergen
12:45, 04 Jan 2016
Forum: Texas Instruments
Topic: TI CC2650/MPU-9250 acceleration sensor range
Replies: 5
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Re: TI CC2650/MPU-9250 acceleration sensor range

Just to clarify, I forgot this: Line 319 in tisensortag-ble-cc2650.js was: var divisors = {x: -16384.0, y: 16384.0, z: -16384.0} I changed this to: var divisors = {x: -16384.0/4, y: 16384.0/4, z: -16384.0/4} to get the correct values for 8g range (default). Sorry for the confusion. Setting the secon...
by Juergen
16:22, 03 Jan 2016
Forum: Texas Instruments
Topic: TI CC2650/MPU-9250 acceleration sensor range
Replies: 5
Views: 16619

Re: TI CC2650/MPU-9250 acceleration sensor range

Hi Mikael, Thanks for thinking along. It's a bit weird. I have tried several approaches including your suggestion. My impression is that the second byte at Configuration AA82* R/W 2 One bit for each gyro and accelerometer axis (6), magnetometer (1), wake-on-motion enable (1), accelerometer range (2)...
by Juergen
18:20, 31 Dec 2015
Forum: Texas Instruments
Topic: TI CC2650/MPU-9250 acceleration sensor range
Replies: 5
Views: 16619

Re: TI CC2650/MPU-9250 acceleration sensor range

instance.movementCallback = function(fun, interval, sensors)

It looks like 'sensors' supports the first 8 Bits only :o ? How to set the next 8 Bits?

Thanks in advance for any advice.

Kind regards,

Juergen
by Juergen
14:35, 31 Dec 2015
Forum: Texas Instruments
Topic: TI CC2650/MPU-9250 acceleration sensor range
Replies: 5
Views: 16619

TI CC2650/MPU-9250 acceleration sensor range

I just stumbled across your website and downloaded your Evothings Workbench. It is a joy to work with this wonderful piece of software - thank you! I am doing my first steps with the TI CC2650 and I am wondering how to set up the acceleration sensor range properly with javascript. In den documentati...

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