**raw data**):

1g = 9,80665 m/s²

x (m/s²) = (tilt.x/8192) * 9,80665

y (m/s²) = (tilt.y/8192) * 9,80665

z (m/s²) = (tilt.z/8192) * 9,80665

That's it!

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Formular for GPS Logger Tilt sensor (**raw data**):

1g = 9,80665 m/s²

x (m/s²) = (tilt.x/8192) * 9,80665

y (m/s²) = (tilt.y/8192) * 9,80665

z (m/s²) = (tilt.z/8192) * 9,80665

That's it!

1g = 9,80665 m/s²

x (m/s²) = (tilt.x/8192) * 9,80665

y (m/s²) = (tilt.y/8192) * 9,80665

z (m/s²) = (tilt.z/8192) * 9,80665

That's it!

- stm
**Posts:**4**Joined:**Thursday 8. April 2010, 10:00

Should I interpret that the raw data in on the micro SD card for acceleration is in g's * 8192?

What is the meaning of the 8192 constant?

For example data out of the GPS Logger is:

$PAAG,DATA,T,202514.0,385,-8191,65,A*31

Do I interpret the data as follows?

X-axis: 385/8192 = 0.04699 g or 0.461 m/s^2

Y-Axis: -8191/8192 = -0.9999 g or -9.804 m/s^2

Z-Axis: 65/8192 = 0.008 g or 0.078 m/s^2

Thanks

What is the meaning of the 8192 constant?

For example data out of the GPS Logger is:

$PAAG,DATA,T,202514.0,385,-8191,65,A*31

Do I interpret the data as follows?

X-axis: 385/8192 = 0.04699 g or 0.461 m/s^2

Y-Axis: -8191/8192 = -0.9999 g or -9.804 m/s^2

Z-Axis: 65/8192 = 0.008 g or 0.078 m/s^2

Thanks

- Rabman
**Posts:**1**Joined:**Friday 7. August 2015, 16:15

No that is wrong.

Take your sample data

The calculation for m/s² is:

So you need to calculate for m/s²:

X-axis: (**385**/8192)*9,80665 = **4,52086565 m/s²**

Y-Axis: (**-8191**/8192)*9,80665 = **-96,1443966 m/s²**

Z-Axis: (**65**/8192)*9,80665 = **0,7649187 m/s²**

The output of our 3D 14-bit accelerometer is operating in the ±2g range. This will change by 8192 counts as the accelerometer is rotated 180° with an axis, giving an average sensitivity of one count per 0.022° change in tilt.

Take your sample data

$PAAG,DATA,T,202514.0,385,-8191,65,A*31

The calculation for m/s² is:

x (m/s²) = (tilt.x/8192) * 9,80665

y (m/s²) = (tilt.y/8192) * 9,80665

z (m/s²) = (tilt.z/8192) * 9,80665

(1g = 9,80665 m/s²)

So you need to calculate for m/s²:

X-axis: (

Y-Axis: (

Z-Axis: (

The output of our 3D 14-bit accelerometer is operating in the ±2g range. This will change by 8192 counts as the accelerometer is rotated 180° with an axis, giving an average sensitivity of one count per 0.022° change in tilt.

- Moderator
**Posts:**1045**Joined:**Tuesday 20. April 2010, 13:24**Location:**Aaronia AG

Unfortunately I think your calculations are wrong and Rabman was correct. You have both used the same formula, but your answers are incorrect.

Applying the calculations to my data I am reading maximum values at +4G, but you say it is currently set to +2G as a maximum. Have I somehow managed to change the range? If so, how to I change it to +/-8G?

Thanks,

Jon.

Applying the calculations to my data I am reading maximum values at +4G, but you say it is currently set to +2G as a maximum. Have I somehow managed to change the range? If so, how to I change it to +/-8G?

Thanks,

Jon.

- JonC
**Posts:**23**Joined:**Tuesday 17. March 2015, 18:19

At the moment the default for sure is 2G not 4G. At the moment it is not possible to change that value.

We are currently working on a new firmware which will offer more flexibility (can set to 2G, 4G, 8G or even 16G maximum).

We are currently working on a new firmware which will offer more flexibility (can set to 2G, 4G, 8G or even 16G maximum).

- Moderator
**Posts:**1045**Joined:**Tuesday 20. April 2010, 13:24**Location:**Aaronia AG

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