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Isis Proteus Model Library Gy 521 Mpu6050


Isis Proteus Model Library Gy 521 Mpu6050




The Isis Proteus Model Library Gy 521 Mpu6050 is a library that allows you to simulate the Gy 521 Mpu6050 module in the Proteus software. The Gy 521 Mpu6050 module is a sensor that combines a 3-axis accelerometer, a 3-axis gyroscope, and a temperature sensor in a single chip. It can be used for various applications such as motion tracking, gesture recognition, orientation detection, and more.


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In this article, we will show you how to use the Isis Proteus Model Library Gy 521 Mpu6050 for Arduino projects. We will also explain some of the features and functions of the library and the module.


How to Install the Isis Proteus Model Library Gy 521 Mpu6050




To use the Isis Proteus Model Library Gy 521 Mpu6050, you need to have the Proteus software installed on your computer. You can download the latest version of Proteus from [here]. Once you have installed Proteus, you need to download the Isis Proteus Model Library Gy 521 Mpu6050 from [here].


After downloading the library, you need to extract the zip file and copy the files to the following locations:



  • Copy the file GY-521.MPU6050.IDX to C:\Program Files (x86)\Labcenter Electronics\Proteus X Professional\LIBRARY



  • Copy the file GY-521.MPU6050.LIB to C:\Program Files (x86)\Labcenter Electronics\Proteus X Professional\LIBRARY



  • Copy the file GY-521.MPU6050.HEX to C:\Program Files (x86)\Labcenter Electronics\Proteus X Professional\BIN




Now you can open Proteus and search for the GY-521.MPU6050 component in the library. You should see something like this:



You can drag and drop the component to your schematic and connect it to your Arduino board. The pinout of the module is as follows:



PinNameDescription


VCCVoltage supplyConnect to 3.3V or 5V of Arduino


GNDGroundConnect to GND of Arduino


SCLSerial clockConnect to A5 (SCL) of Arduino


SDASerial dataConnect to A4 (SDA) of Arduino


XDAAuxiliary serial dataNot used in this library


XCLAuxiliary serial clockNot used in this library


ADOI2C address selectConnect to GND or VCC to select I2C address (0x68 or 0x69)


INTInterrupt outputNot used in this library



How to Use the Isis Proteus Model Library Gy 521 Mpu6050 for Arduino Projects




To use the Isis Proteus Model Library Gy 521 Mpu6050 for Arduino projects, you need to have the Arduino IDE installed on your computer. You can download it from [here]( You also need to have the MPU6050 library for Arduino, which you can download from [here](


After installing the Arduino IDE and the MPU6050 library, you can open the example sketch MPU6050_DMP6.ino from the File > Examples > MPU6050 > Examples > MPU6050_DMP6 menu. This sketch demonstrates how to use the Digital Motion Processor (DMP) feature of the MPU6050 chip, which can perform complex calculations and provide quaternion, Euler angle, and yaw/pitch/roll outputs.


You need to make some changes to the sketch before uploading it to your Arduino board. First, you need to uncomment the line #define USE_ARDUINO_INTERRUPTS true and comment out the line #define USE_ARDUINO_INTERRUPTS false. This will enable the use of interrupts for reading data from the module. Second, you need to change the I2C address of the module according to how you connected the ADO pin. If you connected it to GND, the address is 0x68. If you connected it to VCC, the address is 0x69. You can change the address in the line mpu.initialize(); by adding the address as a parameter, like this: mpu.initialize(0x68); or mpu.initialize(0x69);


After making these changes, you can upload the sketch to your Arduino board and open the serial monitor. You should see something like this:



You can also open the Processing sketch MPU6050_DMP6.pde from the File > Examples > MPU6050 > Processing > MPU6050_DMP6 menu. This sketch will display a 3D model of a teapot that will rotate according to the orientation of the module. You need to change the COM port number in the line String portName = Serial.list()[0]; according to your Arduino board's port number. You can find it in the Tools > Port menu of the Arduino IDE. After changing the port number, you can run the Processing sketch and see something like this:



Conclusion




In this article, we have shown you how to use the Isis Proteus Model Library Gy 521 Mpu6050 for Arduino projects. We have explained how to install the library, how to connect the module to your Arduino board, and how to use the example sketches to get data and visualize it. The Isis Proteus Model Library Gy 521 Mpu6050 is a useful tool for simulating and testing your projects that involve motion sensing and orientation detection.


We hope you have enjoyed this article and learned something new. If you have any questions or feedback, please feel free to leave a comment below.


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