thank you for your information. This is the new and pleasing information for me. I will wait for the new full code.
Chris, I have not read this before....but that is good news. What's the plan for the output protocol? Is it going to use the same as the ArduIMU V2 or MAVlink?
I uploaded the new code Arduimu 1.9 into my ArduImu V3 and pitch, roll and yaw work perfect. I use MTK gps which is connected into the ArduIMU and I have NMEA sentence from this GPS too.)
The problem is: When I use Happy Killmore GCS it gives bad format of the coordinates - degrees and decimal. And the decimal point is at the wrong position. See the picture below or see the HKO file. The
Do you have any solution?
Try changing these lines in the Output.pde file to add the ",5":
EDIT: Nevermind, still looking....
New version posted. They changed the number of decimal places from 6 to 7 on V3.
Sorry, I'll have to get my IMU V3 loaded up with the firmware and do some testing....
Ok. No problem. I will wait. When I change some code in the AP_GPS_MTK.cpp the coordinates are correct. But I still have problem with NMEA. And I have no information about time and HDOP in the HK's GCS.
I will build a ArduCopter and thinking about buying ArduPilot Mega 2.0 but is out of order now.
Can I use ArduPilot ATmega 2560 1.4 and ArduIMU+ V3 instead of ArduPilot Mega IMU Shield OilPan Rev-H V1.0 ?
No, ardupilot 2560 is designed for the oilpan. The last official word was that APM2 will start production very soon (this week if all goes well). Once the pre-orders are filled and distributors get some stock, regular stock will probably be available by the time you have the copter built.
Ok, thanks for the reply.
I thinks is better to wait for ArduPilot Mega 2.0.
Now I can buy parts for copter and think about how it will be built and read on the subject.