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If you are too far off the guided line it will abort. It uses the cross track error amount to decide if you are too far away. Once close enough it will make again. Is it too sensitive? Currently it is hardcoded to 0.5 meter to make the turn but around 1.5 meter off and 10 degrees off to abort the turn. Otherwise, how do you know when to reset the turn if you purposely go off track. During the turn, how far are you off track?

Does it abort during the turn or driving along getting to the turn?
i did play with simulator and he did sometimes abort at both situations. maybe it is to strict hardcoded?


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anybody who can help with an ntrip client?

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A is the I2C Address select pin. By default this is pulled up to 3.3V with a 10K resistor, for an I2C address of 0x1D. You can also connect it to the GND pin for an address of 0x1C
Yes! Wiring MMA8451 A to GND was the solution. Then in AOG IMU - GPS-setting was needed to choose DOGS2 as Roll/Pitch Inclinometer.

BNO seems to work quite ok. Although I have it in the same box with rest of the stuff. It just stays about 10 behind after driving full circle.

Here's some photos of my project. Still waiting hydraulics...
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anybody did posted some pcb platines layout - i did search for an hour but i was not able to find it..

i think they was yellow and green...

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anybody did posted some pcb platines layout - i did search for an hour but i was not able to find it..

i think they was yellow and green...
I am, what exactly are you interested in, do you need?
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Andreas, ropecope is the original poster. The post was 2861 in the AgOpenGPS thread (top of page 287).

ropecope, can Eagles PCB output generic PCB files that can be used on freeware PCB design tools, and have you been able to test out your designs?

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Andreas, ropecope is the original poster. The post was 2861 in the AgOpenGPS thread (top of page 287).

ropecope, can Eagles PCB output generic PCB files that can be used on freeware PCB design tools, and have you been able to test out your designs?

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I have various combinations you can look at the link.
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/qmrx56euc...FhCnGyHza?dl=0

At the moment, I can not do anything because my PC is broken.
I tested the old design, but since then many things have changed.
Eagle AutoDesk is a free software for hobbyists.
"Limited version for hobbyists including 2 schematic sheets, 2 signal layers, and an 80cm2 (12.4in2) board area. ,,
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I am, what exactly are you interested in, do you need?
thank you we have a group in germany who is thinking about such things..

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anybody who can help with an ntrip client?

Maybe I could have a look on it, if it won't be over my head.
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Maybe I could have a look on it, if it won't be over my head.
https://github.com/fivepmtechnology/...ree/master/src

Here is the other code


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