New CMPS03 – Magnetic Compass

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Description

* p* * span* Add a Compass Sense to your Robot! * div class=”short-description”* * div class=”std” itemprop=”description”* * p* * span* Power – 5v only required* span*  25mA Typ. * span* Resolution – 0.1 Degree * span* Accuracy – 3-4 degrees approx. after calibration * span* Output 1 – Timing Pulse 1mS to 37mS in 0.1mS increments * span* Output 2 – I2C Interface, SMBUS compatible, 0-255 and 0-3599 , SCL speed up to 1MHz * span* Size – 32mm x 35mm * /div* * /div* 1. Descriptions :This compass module has been specifically designed for use in robots as an aid to navigation. The aim was to produce a unique number to represent the direction the robot is facing. The compass uses the Philips KMZ51 magnetic field sensor, which is sensitive enough to detect the Earths magnetic field. The output from two of them mounted at right angles to each other is used to compute the direction of the horizontal component of the Earths magnetic field. We have * a href=”http://www.robot-electronics.co.uk/acatalog/examples.html”* examples* /a* of using the Compass module with a wide range of popular controllers. Old versions board :* img src=”images/stories/cmps3pin2.jpg” border=”0″ height=”216″ width=”400″ /* * p* New versions board :* img src=”images/stories/cmps3pinnewboard.png” border=”0″ height=”214″ width=”396″ /* 2. Spesifications :Voltage – 5v only required Current – 25mA Typ. Resolution – 0.1 Degree Accuracy – 3-4 degrees approx. after calibration Output 1 – Timing Pulse 1mS to 37mS in 0.1mS increments Output 2 – I2C Interface, SMBUS compatible, 0-255 and 0-3599 , SCL speed up to 1MHz Small Size – 32mm x 35mm Low Cost – Best Price Compass Module Available3. Additional Informations :(i) We have * a href=”http://www.robot-electronics.co.uk/acatalog/examples.html”* examples* /a* of using the Compass module with a wide range of popular controllers. (ii) There is also an * a href=”http://www.robot-electronics.co.uk/htm/cmpsqa.shtml”* FAQ* /a* on the compass module which contains further useful information. (iii) Additional application notes, schematics, and tech support can be found at * a href=”http://www.robot-electronics.co.uk/htm/cmps3doc.shtml”* Robot Electronics* /a* * p* * img src=”images/stories/moreinfo.jpg” border=”0″ height=”86″ width=”96″ /* * ul* * a href=”http://zedomax.com/blog/2006/08/16/digital-compass-using-cmps03/” target=”_blank”* Using with CUBLOC CB280 module* /a* * a href=”http://arxiv.org/PS_cache/arxiv/pdf/0809/0809.0727v1.pdf” target=”_blank”* E-book* /a* (using ATMEGA8535) * a href=”http://www.mil.ufl.edu/5666/papers/IMDL_Report_Summer_04/kodikara_kosala/navbot.pdf” target=”_blank”* Navigation Robot* /a* (using ATMEGA8535) * a href=”http://technokitavr.wordpress.com/” target=”_blank”* Using with LCD (with ATMEGA 8535)* /a* * /ul* * p* 4. Wiring to using * p* * img src=”images/stories/arduino-grapelabs-3-med.jpg” border=”0″ height=”308″ width=”387″ /* * p* * img style=”border: 0;” src=”images/stories/cmps2_wiring.gif” border=”0″ height=”282″ width=”564″ /* * div class=”std”* * p* * span* Full * a href=”http://www.robot-electronics.co.uk/htm/cmps3tech.htm”* Technical Data* /a* * span* , and the * a href=”http://www.robot-electronics.co.uk/htm/cmpsqa.htm”* Compass FAQ* /a*   * p* Examples:* a href=”http://www.robot-electronics.co.uk/i2c-tutorial” target=”_self”* * span* I2C bus* span*  tutor* /a*  – general I2C guide* a href=”http://www.robot-electronics.co.uk/htm/arduino_examples.htm”* Arduino* /a* * span*   – using an I2C interface and displaying data via the serial monitor* a href=”http://www.robot-electronics.co.uk/htm/ATMEGA32_examples.htm”* ATMEGA32* /a* * span*  - reading the result and displaying on a LCD03/LCD05* a href=”http://www.robot-electronics.co.uk/htm/cmps2bs2.htm” target=”_self”* BS2 stamp* /a* * span*   – I2C and PWM use examples* a href=”http://www.robot-electronics.co.uk/htm/linux_examples.htm” target=”_self”* Linux* /a* * span*   – GCC on Ubuntu 10.4LTS demonstration of usage using the USB-I2C interface* a href=”http://www.robot-electronics.co.uk/files/cmps03_lcd03.c” target=”_self”* PIC16F877* /a* * span*  - reading the result and displaying on a LCD03/LCD05* a href=”http://www.robot-electronics.co.uk/htm/pic18_examples.htm” target=”_self”* PIC18F4410* /a* * span*   – reading the result and displaying on a LCD03/LCD05* a href=”http://www.robot-electronics.co.uk/htm/pic24_examples.htm” target=”_self”* PIC24FJ16GA002* /a* * span*  - reading the result and displaying on a LCD03/LCD05* a href=”http://www.robot-electronics.co.uk/htm/picaxe_examples.htm” target=”_self”* Picaxe18x* /a* * span*  – I2C communication exampe* a href=”http://www.robot-electronics.co.uk/htm/picbasicpro_examples.htm” target=”_self”* PicBasic PRO* /a* * span*  –  uses the PIC16F877* span* * a href=”http://www.robot-electronics.co.uk/htm/raspberry_pi_examples.htm” target=”_self”* Raspberry Pi  * /a* * span* – using I2C communication * /div*

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Weight 0.001 kg