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Hi,Thanks for the response.I will put the resistors in circuit... just not sure what they are doing. Regarding the deadmans switch, it is not that it keeps going when released; it stops find when it is released. What happens is it looks like gyro is slightly tilted so the code thinks that there is a continuous tilt forward, and so keeps trying to go faster and faster. I can't seem to get the gyro to stablize.ThanksKevin
Hi,Have managed to put the whole thing together and have bumped into some problems. I think I know what is going on with some of the problems, but not all and I most probably am wrong:1. When pressing the deadman switch the motors start and just keep getting faster. I think this is related to the MPU6050 being slightly tilted in the project box and the code simply thinking the thing is always tilted forward. I have tried to get this as perpendicular as possible, but can't help thinking I am missing something.2. This thing goes FAST! Unrideably fast. Is there any way to slow this down in the code?3. The circuit diagram shows a connection from 3V via a 10KΩ resistor to the SCL and SOA pins on the MPU6050. What are these for? When I was testing the MPU6050 I used the wiring diagram at http://diyhacking.com/arduino-mpu-6050-imu-sensor-... and it doesn't have these.Note I know *nothing* about electronics :)Thanks Kevin
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