This is not a gyro, it is a sensor. it will not stabilize your helicopter at all. But, it will provide stability info. if you want to actively stabilize the helicopter, you need a gyro, as in a spinning disk.The LISY300AL is a low-power single-axis yaw
rate sensor. It includes a sensing element and an
IC interface able to provide the measured angular
rate to the external world through an analog
Ohh okay . so how can i provide stability info ? i got a source of code , not sure if it is sufficient enough . http://wiring.org.co/learning/basics/gyrolisy300al.htmlThis is not a gyro, it is a sensor. it will not stabilize your helicopter at all. But, it will provide stability info. if you want to actively stabilize the helicopter, you need a gyro, as in a spinning disk.
You need to set it fixed to the body of the helo, assuming you got a 3 axis gyro.
Then you need to program your microcontroller... a lot.
You need to get the throttle, collective, cyclic, and tail rotor servo inputs from the RC Receiver to know which way the pilot wants the helo to go, and mix those with the gyro readings, then send the new pulse commands out to the servo.
If all input commands (from pilot) are at center, throttle or signal lost, collective, cyclic, and tail rotor, the machine will be 100% controlled by the microcontroller to keep the helo hovering at the point the controls went "hands off". There's more controls if you want to keep the helo in the safe operating zone (no 3-D aerobatics) to reduce chance of crash as well.
Unless you are looking for a simpler integration of gyroscopes on a heli.
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