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Not surprised. Each servo will draw between 500 and 900 mA @ 6V. I think that power supply was rated for 700mA @ 5V. Also, stall current is 2.6A @ 6V. Ideally, it should be powered at 6V, 5A for both servos, but that's a little unrealistic. For normal operation, both servos will draw approximately 11W. A 6V 2A supply should do it, or 5V 2.5A. Here's a datasheet.http://www.electronicoscaldas.com/datasheet/MG996R_Tower-Pro.pdf
Strange. I didn't have any issues. Just went through the bushing into the bracket.
Save one of the black screws that come with the aluminum server adapter. That's the one that fits.
Link to the forum posts with more info, and a link to the correct datasheet for the DA 5883.https://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?f...https://forum.arduino.cc/index.php?topic=476861.0
This does appear to be working.
It looks like you are on the right track. This is made by a different manufacturer than the Honeywell sensor, and has different registers.A bit of searching, and I found others with similar issues, and someone wrote a library for the IC marked with DA 5883.https://github.com/mechasolution/Mecha_QMC5883I have not tried this yet.
It looks like the digital compass uses 3.3V logic, and the Arduino Nano uses 5V. Could be why it isn't working very well.