**Measuring Tilt using a Three Axis Solution**

In order to define the angles of the accelerometer in three dimensions the pitch, roll and theta are sensed using all three outputs of the accelerometer. Pitch (ρ) is defined as the angle of the X-axis relative to ground. Roll (ϕ) is defined as the angle of the Y-axis relative to the ground. Theta (θ) is the angle of the Z axis relative to gravity.

http://www.freescale.com/files/senso...ote/AN3461.pdf

Here is the meat of the code:

solveangle: '**********Solve for x angle ******************************************** if xresult < yresult + zresult then dummy = 5000 'when x is smaller the following equation works best xlong = (dummy * xresult) /(sqr((yresult*yresult) + (zresult*zresult))) else 'keeps results accurate at near 0 and near 90 degree values dummy =30 'when x is larger the following equation works best xlong = (dummy * xresult*xresult) / ((yresult*yresult)+(zresult*zresult)) endif y = xlong x = dummy 'Assign x and y values for atan2 function call atan2 xangle = 9000 - y if yresult < xresult + zresult then dummy = 5000 'when y is smaller the following eqauation works best ylong = (dummy * yresult) / (sqr((xresult*xresult) + (zresult*zresult))) else dummy =30 'when y is larger the following equation works best ylong = (dummy * yresult*yresult) / ((xresult*xresult)+(zresult*zresult)) endif y = ylong x = dummy ' call atan2 yangle = 9000 - y

## Re: Why does PICkit2 show it as an LF device?

That's right.

Balachandar Today, 15:28As I have mentioned in my earlier post, the PIC works fine. I understand that there is no difference in programming voltage between 12F1840 and 12LF1840 . I havae a PICkit2...