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From: "Brill Pappin"
Subject: Re: Vector 2X compass module
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Date: Tue, 10 Sep 2002 04:48:45 GMT
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Try a Devantech CMPS03 module... fairly accurate, and you can talk to it
over I2C, which will make wiring simpler.
- Brill Pappin
"Hank" wrote in message
> I am in the process of designing a simple device to rotate a satellite
> in conjunction with the movement of a compass module. At anchor, I would
> like a satellite dish to rotate (azmuth only) in conjunction with boat
> Has anyone experimented with the Vector 2X compass module interfaced with
> stepper or servo motor to convert compass movement to shaft rotation?
> Precision Navigation has some general application notes for their vector
> but lacking a lot of specifics.
> Any help or insight would be most appreciated!
> Hank S.
> S. Florida
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