Thank you very much for the suggestion. I am using that to check if sensor_mag values are provided individually.But I am only able to find the fused magnetometer value.It shows up in the second pic as "M1:HIGHRES_IMU.xmag"…"
"Oh sorry my mistake.
In QGC under the menu Wigets is the Analyze. Use that tool to plot in real-time that data. My suggestion is to connect the Pixhawk directly via USB to your computer. The data update vie your telemetry link is slow and might not…"
Thanks for the insight. Actually, I have set the system such that vehicle and the external compass points in the same direction. Before calibration of the compass in PX4 firmware, I have set the orientation of auto-pilot and the external…"
Did you figure out your issue? I am also facing a similar problem.
But first, may I know how did you plot up those sensor_mag values? Is there a parameter to enable to visualize the mag values separately?
Firmware v1.7.3 & QGC v3.3.0 During test flights I noticed that the drone does not fly the route I specified, but always flies in any other direction. Several times I recalibrated all sensor systems with QGroundControl and still got the following warining: preflight failed mag sensors inconsistentAfter a few searches, I found the cause: One internal magnetic sensor provided data that differed greatly from the other internal magnetic sensor and the magnetic sensor of the external…See More