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Isis Proteus Model Library Gy 521 Mpu6050l


Isis Proteus Model Library Gy 521 Mpu6050l




The Isis Proteus Model Library Gy 521 Mpu6050l is a library that allows you to simulate the GY-521 module, which contains the MPU-6050 chip, in the Proteus software. The GY-521 module is a breakout board for the MPU-6050 chip, which is a 6-axis motion tracking device that combines a 3-axis gyroscope and a 3-axis accelerometer. The MPU-6050 chip also has a built-in temperature sensor and a digital motion processor (DMP) that can perform complex calculations on the sensor data. The GY-521 module can communicate with Arduino or other microcontrollers via I2C or SPI protocols.


The Isis Proteus Model Library Gy 521 Mpu6050l can help you to test and debug your Arduino projects that use the GY-521 module without having to connect the physical hardware. You can also use the library to learn how to use the GY-521 module and the MPU-6050 chip, and to explore their features and capabilities. The library contains a schematic symbol and a PCB footprint for the GY-521 module, as well as a virtual model that simulates its behavior and outputs. You can connect the virtual model to an Arduino board in Proteus and run your code on it.




Isis Proteus Model Library Gy 521 Mpu6050l


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How to Use the Isis Proteus Model Library Gy 521 Mpu6050l




To use the Isis Proteus Model Library Gy 521 Mpu6050l, 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 Mpu6050l from [here]. After downloading the library, you need to extract it and copy the files to the following folders:



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



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



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



  • Copy the file GY-521.P to C:\Program Files (x86)\Labcenter Electronics\Proteus X Professional\MODELS\Gyroscope




Now you can open Proteus and start a new project. To add the GY-521 module to your schematic, click on P on the toolbar and search for GY-521 in the library browser. You can then drag and drop the module onto your schematic. To connect it to an Arduino board, you need to use four wires: VCC, GND, SDA, and SCL. You can also connect an LED to pin 13 of the Arduino board to indicate when the module is ready. The following image shows an example of how to wire up the GY-521 module and an Arduino Uno board in Proteus:



To program the Arduino board, you need to use an Arduino IDE that is compatible with Proteus. You can download one from [here]. After installing the Arduino IDE, you need to install the MPU6050 library by Jeff Rowberg, which provides functions and examples for using the MPU-6050 chip. You can download the library from [here] and follow the instructions on how to install it [here]. Once you have installed the library, you can open one of the examples from File > Examples > MPU6050 > Examples > MPU6050_DMP6. This example will read and display the orientation data from the MPU-6050 chip using its DMP feature. You can modify this code according to your needs.


To upload your code to the Arduino board in Proteus, you need to select Arduino Uno as the board and ArduinoISP as the programmer from the Tools menu in the Arduino IDE. You also need to select the correct COM port that corresponds to the virtual serial port in Proteus. You can find this port by clicking on the Terminal Mode button on the bottom left corner of the Proteus window. The port number will be shown in the title bar of the terminal window. For example, if the title bar says COM3, you need to select COM3 from the Tools > Port menu in the Arduino IDE. After selecting the correct port, you can click on the Upload button in the Arduino IDE to upload your code to the Arduino board in Proteus.


After uploading your code, you can run the simulation by clicking on the Play button on the bottom right corner of the Proteus window. You should see the LED on pin 13 of the Arduino board blink once when the MPU-6050 chip is initialized and ready. You can also open the serial monitor in the Arduino IDE by clicking on the Serial Monitor button on the top right corner of the Arduino IDE window. You should see the orientation data from the MPU-6050 chip displayed in the serial monitor. You can also use a virtual oscilloscope or a virtual LCD display in Proteus to visualize the data from the MPU-6050 chip.


Conclusion




The Isis Proteus Model Library Gy 521 Mpu6050l is a useful tool for simulating and testing your Arduino projects that use the GY-521 module and the MPU-6050 chip. You can use it to learn how to use these devices and to explore their features and capabilities. You can also use it to debug and improve your code before connecting it to the real hardware. The library is easy to install and use, and it works well with the Proteus software and the Arduino IDE.


I hope you found this article helpful and informative. If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to leave them below.


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