Introduction: Tutorial to Interface GY-85 IMU 9DOF Sensor With Arduino

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Description

GY-85 IMU 9DOF Sensor that has nine (9) axis which are three (3)-axis gyroscope, triaxial accelerometer and three (3)-axis magnetic field. Communication with the HMC5883L, ITG3205 and ADXL345 is simple and all done through an I2C interface. The power and 2-wire interface pins are all broken out to a 0.1" pitch header. Uses famous HMC5883L, ITG3205 and ADXL345 magnetometer chips. Supports 3.0V to 5.0V IO levels on I2C SCL and SDA pins.

Specification:

  1. Power supply :3V - 5V
  2. IO Voltage Level: 3V - 5V
  3. Communication : IIC communication protocol,fully compatible with the 3-5V System and circuit contain LLC

Step 1: Step 1: Materials Preparation

In this tutorial, you will need :

1. Arduino Uno Board and USB Cable.

2. GY-85 IMU 9DOF Sensor

3. Jumper Wires

4. LCD 16X2

5. Breadboard

6. 10K Potentiometer

7. Push Button

8. Arduino IDE Software

Step 2: Step 2: Pin Description

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VCC : Power supply
GND : GND power

SCL: I2C Clock Input

SDA : I2C Data IO

DRDY: Data Ready Output

Step 3: Step 3: Pin Connection

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Connect GY-85 IMU 9DOF Sensor to Arduino Uno Board as following :

  • 3.3V to +5V
  • GND to GND
  • SCL tO A5
  • SDA to A4

Connect LCD to Arduino Uno Board as following :

  • VSS to +5V
  • VDD to GND
  • RS to 12
  • RW to GND
  • E to 11
  • D4 to 5
  • D5 to 4
  • D6 to 3
  • D7 to 2
  • A/VSS to +5V
  • K/VDD to GND

Connect 10K Potentiometer to LCD as following (refer image for potentiometer pinout) :

  • GND to GND
  • Data to v0
  • VCC to +5V

Step 4: Step 4: Connect Arduino to Computer

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After complete your circuit, connect your Arduino Uno Board to your computer via USB Cable. You can see that your LCD will on.

Step 5: Step 5: Sample Source Code

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You may download the sample source code and open it on your Arduino IDE. Choose the correct board and port. Then, upload your Code into your Arduino Uno Board.

Step 6: Step 6: Library

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You have to download these libraries before uploading the sample source code into your Arduino IDE to allow Arduino to communicate with LCD and GY-85 IMU 9DOF Sensor. Download the ZIP file below > Open Zip File > Extract to your Arduino Uno Library folder. Refer the image above for your references.

Step 7: Step 7: Result : Serial Monitor and Serial Oscilloscope

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This GY-85 IMU 9DOF Sensor come with result as following:

  1. when device rotate around it's X-axis, X-axis remain the same while the other two axis changed.
  2. when device rotate around it's Y-axis, Y-axis remain the same while the other two axis changed.
  3. when device rotate around it's Z-axis, Z-axis remain the same while the other two axis changed.

Moreover, this GY-85 IMU 9DOF Sensor will also provide the result of Roll Degree, Pitch Degree as well as Heading Degrees.

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