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Thank you for your answer, I will wait.
I have another question: when I look at the IMU value there is -2000 is this normal?

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I'm not sure why but this might be happening because the Simulator is on. Try turning the Simulator off (under display at the top left of the screen) and then if your IMU is connected hopefully you get a better reading.

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Thank you for your answer, I will wait.
I have another question: when I look at the IMU value there is -2000 is this normal?

Go Display/Simulator and turn it off. Your GPS coordinates displayed are my house, and I can't see you out my window.......
I thought i fixed that so it would at least say simulator where it says RTK FLT.
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I disconnect the bno055 because in simulation or with my antenna GPS the arrow was crazy and its solved the problem of the engine
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Hello, I come to you because I have a problem in the construction of autosteer. I assembled all the parts except the direction sensor and when I put the simulation mode to test the proper operation the motor runs all the time is always in the same while on the screen we follow the guidance line. What setting I could have forgotten.
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You could use a simple potentiometer as angle sensor, just to test.
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Hello, I come to you because I have a problem in the construction of autosteer. I assembled all the parts except the direction sensor and when I put the simulation mode to test the proper operation the motor runs all the time is always in the same while on the screen we follow the guidance line. What setting I could have forgotten.
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You could use a simple potentiometer as angle sensor, just to test.
If you use a potentiometer with the simulator, then while the simulator is on track, you can turn the pot back and forth across center position to make the motor turn back and forth.
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To Turn Off Autosteer you suggest using hollow shaft encoder.would it be possible to use an oil-pressure Switch near the orbitrol to detect Steuerung wheel turnings? Like Trimble Autopilot does?
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Thank you for your answer, I will wait.
I have another question: when I look at the IMU value there is -2000 is this normal?

Go Display/Simulator and turn it off. Your GPS coordinates displayed are my house, and I can't see you out my window.......
I thought i fixed that so it would at least say simulator where it says RTK FLT. [IMG class=inlineimg]https://www.thecombineforum.com/forums/images/smilies/bang.gif[/IMG]
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Hey guys. So I was actually driving the sprayer with AoG today. I have a couple questions:

1. When using the steer wizard, it appears that AoG temporarily changes the counts per degree to 1 (so that raw numbers are displayed?) and I noticed on my setup that the raw value rolls over once it reaches 327 and starts counting down from -327. Is this just my setup doing this or does everyone's?

2. What is "Min turn radius" and "Max traverse speed"?
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Hey guys. So I was actually driving the sprayer with AoG today. I have a couple questions:

1. When using the steer wizard, it appears that AoG temporarily changes the counts per degree to 1 (so that raw numbers are displayed?) and I noticed on my setup that the raw value rolls over once it reaches 327 and starts counting down from -327. Is this just my setup doing this or does everyone's?

2. What is "Min turn radius" and "Max traverse speed"?
I've found this too. My setup is still on the test bench, but the raw value rolls over to the -ve as well. This in on the button ino over ethernet. BUT, if you change the ino setup to USB serial, then everything works normally. the inos from the dev repository also work fine for me over ethernet and serial.(but I need the IBT2 setup in the button sketch). I've been through the code to try and spot why ethernet causes a change, but I couldn't spot it. Any ideas??

Another snag I ran into, I'm sending NMEA from a reach RS+ to a serial to ethernet converter, but for the life of me haven't been able to send the corrections to agopengps over UDP. So far, I've settled with a server/client TCP operating through a virtual com port. But I thought I remembered reading here that data can be lost via TCP, and it seems the roll and yaw data from the reach isn't being used by agopengps, even though I've checked the PAOGI boxes. Has anyone else been able to send the GPS via UDP straight to agopengps, complete with embedded imu data?

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