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Detect accelerometer vibration #3210

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commented May 13, 2018

First step towards fixing #486

Introduce debug_mode = VIBE to log a few things:
[0] = raw accelerometer vibration level (X axis, forward)
[1] = raw accelerometer vibration level (Y axis, right)
[2] = raw accelerometer vibration level (Z axis, up)
[3] = number of clipped acceleration readings (exceeding 7.9G)

Testing needed to figure out acceptable levels of vibration on XYZ axis

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commented May 13, 2018

Perliminary tests indicate that vibration levels of > 200-300 cause accelerometer to go crazy. Another metric to consider when tuning.

@digitalentity digitalentity force-pushed the de_acc_vibre branch from 22a7c3e to c74905c Jun 15, 2018

@digitalentity digitalentity merged commit ee68dcf into development Jun 16, 2018

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