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keeping multiwii alive bu adding more sensors to the options

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I feel appreciated to zxpirate who help added the QMC5883 compass to the multiwii
http://synerflight.com/wp-content/uploa ... QMCHMC.zip

and a Shout out to EOS Bandi
http://synerflight.com/wp-content/uploa ... -3-1-2.zip
I updated the GUI to keep the maps going and soon to add more aircraft options


right now another sensors would replace the aging HMC388L is the MMC5883 need help again fro you guys to add another sensor

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noted for future update

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I may have started a renaissance in arduino base flight controller locally in my country . it may be consider outdated by RC Aeromodeling but renewed interest from the Arduino Robotics community and considering to put it into STEM

im also doing Reproduction as flight shields . with added functionality

if anyone has new ideas to update my 2020 updated firmware it would be big help , pls do add documentation too.

https://github.com/synersignart/Multiwii-2020-update

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any particular reason to use the adx345 sensor? At the time it was considered to not be the best option

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well alternative is the MPU 6050 thing

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@Julio Cesar
can we request for this sensors too.
Accelerometer: ADXL345
Gyroscope: L3G4200D
Magnetometer: MMC5883
Barometer: BMP180 – 85

any details how to flash and upload to the arduino board?

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synersignart wrote:
Sun May 23, 2021 7:28 am
@Julio Cesar
can we request for this sensors too.
Accelerometer: ADXL345
Gyroscope: L3G4200D
Magnetometer: MMC5883
Barometer: BMP180 – 85

any details how to flash and upload to the arduino board?
hello, these sensors I do not intend to add because they are already quite old. See the sensors that are supported by JCFLIGHT through the link below. About flash, just plug any target with the ATmega2560 into the USB, and modify the platform.ini file to insert the serial port that is connected to your card. I will leave the link to another post here as well, and the electronic diagram of JCFLIGHT, and how to use VSCode to compile.

https://github.com/JCFLIGHT/JCFLIGHT/wi ... -suportado

viewtopic.php?f=7&t=8721

https://github.com/JCFLIGHT/JCFLIGHT/bl ... ematic.PDF

https://github.com/JCFLIGHT/JCFLIGHT#como-construir

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good to know your developing on your end . :) JC
I just change the codes using the MMC5883 for the mag the last time as those HMCs are discontinued sadly the last batch I got have some defects
been a while since I used the MPU6050 though , worth revisiting any changes is registry or setup on your BMP sensor from 180 to 280


just one thing you you have an language option in English. and what development you use for your GCS and IDE to compiled yours?

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I use VSCode with the PlatformIO extension to compile the algorithm for the ATmega2560 microcontroller. And the GCS compiled with Visual Studio Community 2019

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I did posted some videos here >> https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6kk7H ... GsA/videos

My language is brazilian portuguese

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I will just be sharing this should ever someone can fork and improve on it with new sensors
the synerduinoKwad.zip
Recent implementation of
MMC5883
QMC5883
BMP280

these were found on the latest Gy801 and Gy91 IMU 10DOF modules

Note: HMC5883 are discontinued years ago and are hard to come by now.

https://github.com/synersignart/Multiwii-2020-update

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we may need Baro BMP390 or 384 support if anyone wishes to tackle this as the 280 is much dated.
also the MPU 9250 eventually

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Hiya members. we recently added new update for 2021

addition compile error Fix for ublox GPS for Arduino IDE1.8.16 and later

https://github.com/synersignart/Multiwi ... /README.md

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