Goldron
hi,
Does anyone have any idea why my constructed map is always mirrored?
 Lot of hours gone 😰

thx, Ron
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littleozfella
How is the map generated??  GPS or G sensors? IF G sensors are they inverted???

Cheers
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Goldron
How is the map generated??  GPS or G sensors? IF G sensors are they inverted???

Cheers

Last one, with G Sensors. Do you mean, it may can be left for right and right for left? Or exchange anything?😥
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littleozfella
Lat G could be reversed so when turning left the system is thinking it is turning right..  just a thought..   use this maths channel to invert your Lat signal..  I don't know what device you are logging from so your channel maybe a different name..  this will invert the sensor   [Y Acceleration]*-1    name the channel as you wish, Lat_Corrected I will use as example  be sure in the maths channel to set the Quantity to Acceleration and units to Standard Gravities..
                 then go to Tools, Options, Channels and click on the grey box For common name Altitude will be visible initially, a list of other names will show when you click here. select Lateral Acceleration, then click on the box below another list will appear and select Lat_Corrected. (the maths channel).
        I simulated your problem and had mirror circuit so this should fix it..   I have attached the maths channel in a zip file, you can import it and correct if needed..

Cheers

 
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Goldron
Lat G could be reversed so when turning left the system is thinking it is turning right..  just a thought..   use this maths channel to invert your Lat signal..  I don't know what device you are logging from so your channel maybe a different name..  this will invert the sensor   [Y Acceleration]*-1    name the channel as you wish, Lat_Corrected I will use as example  be sure in the maths channel to set the Quantity to Acceleration and units to Standard Gravities..
                 then go to Tools, Options, Channels and click on the grey box For common name Altitude will be visible initially, a list of other names will show when you click here. select Lateral Acceleration, then click on the box below another list will appear and select Lat_Corrected. (the maths channel).
        I simulated your problem and had mirror circuit so this should fix it..   I have attached the maths channel in a zip file, you can import it and correct if needed..

Cheers

 


Sounds good. I have to check that. I'll let you know..
Thank you so much
Ron
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