Calibrate JW24F8 on Linux

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Re: Calibrate JW24F8 on Linux

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How about using the documentation for our sensor? I don't think you would use a Ford manual to try to repair a VW car?
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Re: Calibrate JW24F8 on Linux

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I have to calculate the angle between the axis X and axis Y.

Using the formula = arctan (y / x) I always find zero in rotation.

How can I do?

Please
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Re: Calibrate JW24F8 on Linux

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I know very well but your documentation does not help me much indeed.
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Re: Calibrate JW24F8 on Linux

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The angle is 90°.

I assume you are looking for either the resulting vector or the resulting vector angle? Pythagoras will give you that answer.
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Re: Calibrate JW24F8 on Linux

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It's the resulting vector between axis X and axis Y. With Pythagorus the problem is the sign.

I have an other question, how can I do an average of the Axis?
I'd like to make an average of 10 samples, for a smoother signal.
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