Yes, there are no limitations. However, if a user requires a ‘zeroing’ of the axes, this must be done in the user’s external application. Good practice dictates that the orientation matrix be used to calculate such zeroing. Please also be aware of the mathematical singularity in Euler angles.
The user should be aware that the Euler angle formulation in general contains a mathematical singularity at Pitch = +90 or –90 degrees. In practice, poor numerical results will be present if the Pitch angle exceeds +/-70 degrees. In applications where the Pitch angle cannot be guaranteed to exceed these values, it is recommended that the orientation matrix output be utilized instead.