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Translate by Google:Thank you for your answer, I have only one servo on horizontal (pin7) because there is only the one that interests me. I take the file HeadTracking_Gyro_TEST.ino, I leave the initialization to be done, then when I turn 45 ° to the left the servo turns 45 ° to the left, then I turn 45 ° right to return to the starting position, the servo Turns about 10 °, on this test the mpu was fueled in 3.3v.I just tried in 5v as it can also, its works better. Left direction no worries by cons when I go to the right it's random, it works from time to time, it's weird. Hoping to have been clear.
Salut Va_Tech_EE,Ton code m’intéresse vraiment car il est relativement simple par rapport à tout se que j'ai pu tester. Mais il ne fonctionne pas sur UNO pourquoi ? je parle que de la partie FPV, j'ai supprimé toutes la partie concernant le Xbeeet pour le projet final j'aimerais le mettre sur un nano ou mini.Merci de ta réponse.Hi Va_Tech_EE,Your code really interests me because it is relatively simple compared to everything I could test. But it does not work on UNO why? I'm talking about the FPV part, I deleted all parts regarding the XbeeAnd for the final project I would like to put it on a nano or mini.Thank you for your answer.
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