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Resolved! IIS3DWB static and dynamic noise question

Hello ST team, I’m using the IIS3DWB (STEVAL-MKI208V1K) together with an Arduino Portenta H7. No filter added through the composite group of digital filters, only the default LPF1. Also, 2g scale resolution.When placing the sensor on a surface isolat...

FCook.1 by Associate III
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Resolved! Sensor Fusion output parameters.

Could you recomend me a document that speaks about the format of the matrix parameters obtained trought sensor fusion? For example: linear_acel, quaternion... Best regards.

RBAGU.1 by Associate II
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Can we use Hall Sensor as main sensor and no auxiliary sensor to run the motor? Can we control the speed of the motor? how to decide the placement electrical angle? Default 300 in Workbench.

Hi, I am using Motor Control workbench to run the motor using Nucleo-F446RE and X-NUCLEO-IHM08M1. Initially I used Main Sensor "Observer+PLL" and auxiliary sensor "Hall Sensor" and I can able to control the motor. Now our requirement is to use only ...

VGani.1 by Associate II
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LSM6DSOX (steval-mki178v2) i2c driver for P-NUCLEO-WB55

Hello ST,I am using LSM6DSOX sensor and P-NUCLEO-WB55 Board for tilt and motion sensing. I didn't get any basic example or libraries to interface LSM6DSOX with P-NUCLEO-WB55 Dongle board. I tried with basic way for SPI and I2c communication but unfor...

Resolved! What output data format does the STEVAL-STWINKT01 development board use? (.dat) How can I make this data visible and view it? For example, in excel.

What output data format does the STEVAL-STWINKT01 develepment board use? (.dat) How can I make this data visible and view it? For example, in excel. It would be nice to see what data the device has saved to the SD card and process it. How can this be...

PFark.1 by Associate II
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