Testing MPU-9250 in the NuttX shell using the i2c command

NuttX is fantastic, just like Linux is… except you cannot run Linux in a fast way in small microcontroller.

From NuttX shell (NSH) I could test if MPU-9250 is working, just reading the WHOAMI (0x75) register:

nsh> i2c get -a 68 -r 75
READ Bus: 1 Addr: 68 Subaddr: 75 Value: 71

NuttX is wonderful!!! (Kudos to Gregory Nutt)

2 thoughts on “Testing MPU-9250 in the NuttX shell using the i2c command

  1. Hi Celem,
    Nice to know you are working with NuttX \o/

    Yes, in fact it is difficult to find time to contribute back, but I force myself to do it.

    All drivers I develop I send to NuttX mainline. I think it always could be useful for other people.

    Did you see the Zero Cross driver I sent to mainline? There is a demonstration of it controlling a bulb lamp: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d1cbamGhUIc
    BR, Alan

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