- July 2, 2019 at 7:02 pm #8184pi_userParticipant
Saw one other post without resolution on this, but I’m seeing too high of expected readings from my BerryGPS-IMUv3, specifically temperature and pressure. Temperature seems to be fairly consistent at ~85 F, when at the moment it should be around 65-70 at most.
Pressure is also reading very high at ~1017 hPa, which puts me around 117 ft below sea level. I live just about at sea level, roughly 6 ft above.
While I’m not using the device for mission critical reasons, it also wasn’t particularly cheap – just wondering if there’s any basic troubleshooting I could do or if there are known calibration offsets to use.
For what it’s worth, this is attached to a Raspberry Pi Zero W, and I’m using the following settings:
CTRL_MEAS: 0x2F (Temperature OS x1, Pressure OS x4, Normal Mode)
CONFIG: 0xB0 (Standby 1000ms, Filter 16)July 3, 2019 at 11:38 am #8191Mark WilliamsKeymasterJuly 3, 2019 at 1:59 pm #8193pi_userParticipant
It’s the BMP280. And yea, I copied the code from there. Here is a gist of my impl: https://gist.github.com/ryanleesmith/076f206370635a0f331a304f6b8abdbf
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