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BGC CAN BUS IMU BaseCam PRO gimbal comtroller CAN gyro sensor


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BGC CAN BUS IMU BaseCam PRO gimbal comtroller CAN gyroscope sensor use for big handheld gimbal/Stabilizer
The Introduction of CAN IMU:
CAN version of IMU replaces I2C IMU for SimpleBGC 32-bit Extended and BaseCamBGC Pro controllers.
The IMU has been programing the latest official firmware:“Firmware 1.1”, Can be used directly with SimpleBGC 32-bit Extended and BaseCamBGC Pro controllers via CAN
interfaceCan be used directly with SimpleBGC 32-bit Extended and BaseCamBGC Pro controllers via CAN interface, If the board does not have a CAN interface, the I2C interface of the CAN IMU is connected to the I2C interface of the controller and can be used as a normal IMU.
CAN IMU Features:
1, CAN bus provides more reliable and error free connection compared to the I2C, not limited in length. CAN bus is supported in "Extended" and "Pro" versions of SBGC32 controller.
2, I2C port compatible with the regular SBGC32 IMU cable and all SBGC32 controllers.
3, EEPROM to store calibration data.
4, New 6-axis sensor ICM20608 from InveSense has better performance compared to the old MPU-6050.Additional I2C and UART interfaces for the external device connectivity (to be used in future versions of firmware).
5, Compact size. Mounting holes are compatible with the old SBGC32 IMU. Optional box.
For proper functionality of CAN IMU, you need the firmware version 2.61b2 or above.
Specification:
Size of the board: 25×25 mm
Distance between the mounting holes: 14.2 mm
Diameter of the mounting holes: 3 mm
Interface definition for CAN IMU:
BGC CAN BUS IMU BaseCam PRO gimbal comtroller CAN gyroscope sensor
BGC CAN BUS IMU BaseCam PRO gimbal comtroller CAN gyroscope sensor
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