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MPU-9250 not detected
Try removing RTIMULib.ini file and ensure "i2cdetect -y1" is showing 0x68.

Are you sure you have the correct version of rtimulib2 installed?
Answering my own post here so that it might help others. In the end I ordered different IMU (9255), it was detected, and everything works. Two bad IMUs I guess.
Hello with version 2.0 of openplotter and connecting the 9250 IMU to the raspberry has recognized it in PyPilot. Now what I wanted is to be able to take the heading and send it via UDP along with the gps data. The gps data I can send using kplex but I cannot get the data from the IMU. What intermediate step do I need to send it? From SignalK Instrumentalpanel if I can see the data. I just need to know how to get that data and join it with the gps to send via UDP with kplex.
Hi rilova1975,
why do you want to go through kplex, when everything that signalk receives as information is retransmitted on port 10110 to Opencpn. If you have configured your imu to signalk via the 'pypilot' application, you should be able to see your cap comaps in Opencpn.
pypilot emits nmea0183 for imu pitch, roll, heading. If this is enough, you can make this an input to signalk or kplex.

The next version of pypilot integrates more directly with signalk node server.

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