On a side note does the AOG code need to be modified so that we can use the Steer zero sliders and counts per degree to match the 16 bit range of the ADS1115? Thanks in advance for your help I will try to post a tutorial on the Wiki once I figure this out.
I had the same but I solved this by setting the counts per degree really high till you see only two digits (an angle).
then set the wheels straight and zero it with AOG( don't forget to change Ardu code when using ADS)
I measured my max steering and it is 27 degree, left so in AOG it shood show -27 and right it is like 29 or so, again it shood show 29. In AOG mine give me 32° there is a small difference here. It works in a straight line for now but doesn't make uturns.
my Idea was to make a small calculator for counts, zero and max steering in both directions. Like buttons :My wheels are straigt (click), my wheels are max left (click) and my wheels are max right (click). and the calculator takes the number when you have clicked and gives you the numbers that you have to put in.
Its because the AOG counts calculator works only for one direction so it will calculate with one linear graf. If you are lucky with the settup of the potentiometer(WAS)( like turning the wheels lineair the WAS counts also lineair) you are good.
it could be that you mount the sensor not at the wheel hub but at the piston linkage or so and also not respect angle and lenghts of your home made WAS
that will give you a not lineair value so it is normal that it doesn't work good
I have this problem And it is why I have so much trouble setting it up.
Also it is this reason I beleave jd and others put their sensors at the knockle.
so a calculator can help a part of the problem and also make it easy to set up the counts per degree.
Hope you understand what I mean