I'd suggest considering a RS232 <=> RS485 converter. It allows you to connect many serial devices to one COM port.What I mean is that the computer has only one RS232 port/jack... If I use MAX232, that will mean that there is no other RS232 to connect another sensor. Lets say I want to connect 2 of http://www.robotshop.ca/home/products/robot-parts/sensors/accelerometer-gyro-imu/sensors-imu/spark-fun-6dof-imu-sensor-adxrs300.html to the computer, using the MAX232. How would I connect 2 MAX232 to one RS232 port ?
Nope, if the device rotates at a constant rate of the 600 degrees per second, it will constantly try to report 600 degrees per second output no matter how many times you read it per second. However, it will likely only show about 300 degrees per second since it is railed.That is basically the speed, I guess...
So, let's say if I use this sensor "Triple Axis 300°/s Gyroscope Combo" and the object using this sensor spins and makes 600° rotation in one second, since it's doing 300°/s, then it means that it will report every 2° something like this:
All that it will report in one second, Right ?
I guess I should just buy the thing, and see for myself...
Any sensor will generally work the same. The only way to get more is to have adjustable settings for different ranges. If you notice your bench power supply or scope clicking sometimes when you switch the range, that is a relay that is switching in a different circuit that gives the best performance for that range.PS...
Does the Accelerometer work the same way ? i.e. Lower Gs Accelerometer has more precision than higher Gs Accelerometer ?
In that case, I should not get a 6G Accelerometer...
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