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  • Go Direct Sensor Cart Troubleshooting and FAQs - Technical ...

    The Go Direct Sensor Cart can be used in a variety of experiments: Collect position, velocity, and acceleration data as the cart rolls freely up and down an incline. Observe collisions between two carts, test for the conservation of momentum, or measure energy changes during different types of collisions.

    https://www.vernier.com/til/4131

  • How do I replace the wheels on a Go Direct Sensor Cart ...

    Although the Go Direct Sensor Cart uses the same replacement wheels as our other dynamics carts (Vernier Dynamics System Axles and Wheels for Cart (WHEELS-VDS)), we do not recommend students and teachers replacing the wheel/axle assemblies on the Go Direct Sensor Cart themselves because replacing the wheel/axle assemblies requires significant disassembly of the cart.

    https://www.vernier.com/til/8557

  • Technical Information Library

    Although the Go Direct Sensor Cart uses the same replacement wheels as our other dynamics carts (), we do not recommend students and teachers replacing..... Continue Reading → 1

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  • Can I use Go Direct Acceleration with a metal cart ...

    Yes, you can attach our Go Direct ® Acceleration Sensor (GDX-ACC) to the green, metal carts from the Vernier Dynamics System (VDS, discontinued) using the gray, plastic bracket (A) that came with the accelerometer and the small thumbscrews/hex bolts that came with the cart and track.. The accelerometer is long enough that it rests on the edges of the cart and hex bolts are just barely long ...

    https://www.vernier.com/til/4300

  • How do I attach my Go Direct Accelerometer to my ...

    The Go Direct ® Acceleration Sensor (GDX-ACC) comes with the following accessories to attach the sensor to our carts and other equipment. Shim plate for cart U-bracket for cart (labeled A) Cylinder/tube mounting plate (labeled A) The U-bracket can also be used to attach the sensor to almost any platform using machine (or other) screws and nuts.

    https://www.vernier.com/til/4183

  • Go Direct Acceleration Troubleshooting and FAQs ...

    Go Direct ® Acceleration Sensor (GDX-ACC) Specifications and User Guide. TROUBLESHOOTING Primary Test: Press the power button on the sensor to turn it on. (The red LED should flash.) Start the Graphical Analysis app on your device and select the sensor from the list of available sensors.

    https://www.vernier.com/til/4083

  • How can I fix a broken axle mount on a Vernier DTS cart ...

    The axle mounting is different on the Vernier Sensor Carts and Motion Encoder Carts. The information above does not apply to these carts. Go Direct ® Sensor Cart (GDX-CART-G) Go Direct ® Sensor Cart (GDX-CART-Y) Motion Encoder Cart (DTS-CART-MEC)

    https://www.vernier.com/til/4414

  • Go Direct Force and Acceleration Sensor Troubleshooting ...

    Sensor dimensions:-Length: 7.6 cm, not including hook/bumper or hex rod attachment-Width: 5.7 cm-Height: 3.3 cm. SENSOR REQUIREMENTS Go Direct Force and Acceleration Sensor uses Bluetooth low energy technology and can only be used wirelessly with devices that support Bluetooth low energy technology running the appropriate software.

    https://www.vernier.com/til/3924

  • Will Pasco dynamics carts work on the Vernier tracks or ...

    The simple Vernier dynamics carts and the Vernier Sensor Carts work on Pasco tracks directly; Pasco carts work on Vernier tracks directly. Related Products: Dynamics Cart and Track System (DTS) Dynamics Cart and Track System with Motion Encoder (DTS-EC) Go Direct ® Sensor Cart (GDX-CART-Y) Go Direct ® Sensor Cart (GDX-CART-G)

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  • How do I measure motion with a photogate using the Vernier ...

    4) Select “Cart Picket Fence” from the Object dropdown list. 5) Modify the “End data collection” option if desired. Using a Go Direct Photogate Go Direct ® Photogate (GDX-VPG) With LabQuest App (not supported with original LabQuest): 1) Connect the photogate. 2) Tap the Velocity sensor meter, then tap Sensor Channels….

    https://www.vernier.com/til/2313

  • Go Direct Photogate Troubleshooting and FAQs - Technical ...

    It is not necessary to calibrate this sensor. RELATED VERNIER PRODUCTS Ultra Pulley Attachment (SPA) Picket Fence (PF) Cart Picket Fence (PF-CART) Bar Tape (TAPE) Laser Pointer (LASER) Laser Pointer Stand (STAND) Go Direct® 300 mAh Replacement Battery (GDX-BAT-300) Micro USB Cable (CB-USB-MICRO), included Micro USB to USB-C Cable (CB-USB-C-MICRO)

    https://www.vernier.com/til/4197

  • How do I connect the Go Direct Force and Acceleration ...

    You will need the larger attachment screw included with the Dynamics Cart and Track System Fasteners for Force Sensor and Accelerometer (DTS-ACC) or the one included with Dynamics Cart and Track System (DTS).. See the photos below for the correct setup. To assemble, place the Go Direct Force and Acceleration on the cart so that the holes in the sensor line up with the cylindrical brass screws ...

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  • How does Logger Pro calculate velocity and acceleration ...

    This information pertains to data collected using any of our ultrasonic motion detectors, rotary motion sensors, the Motion Encoder System, and the Go Direct Sensor Cart. Logger Pro, LabQuest App, and Graphical Analysis 4 calculate derivatives numerically.

    https://www.vernier.com/til/1011

  • Vernier Dynamics System Troubleshooting and FAQs ...

    How do I connect the Go Direct Force and Acceleration Sensor to a plastic Vernier dynamics cart? Can I use Go Direct Acceleration with a metal cart? How do I decide which Dynamics Cart and Track System to purchase? How can I fix a broken axle mount on a Vernier DTS cart? Pasco and Vernier Compatibility Will Pasco dynamics carts work on the ...

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  • How do I set up a Go Direct Photogate to collect data ...

    Note: The following information describes how to set up Go Direct Photogates (GDX-VPG) when using LabQuest App version 2.8.5 or newer. The original LabQuest does not support this sensor. If you are collecting data with Graphical Analysis 4, see How do I set up a Go Direct Photogate to collect data using Graphical Analysis 4? If you are collecting data with a Vernier (BTD) Photogate, see How do ...

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  • How do I decide which Dynamics Cart and Track System to ...

    The Go Direct Sensor Carts (like all of our Go Direct sensors) must be used with our free Graphical Analysis 4 app as our Logger Pro software does not work with these sensors directly. If you want to analyze the data in Logger Pro , you have to first collect the data using Graphical Analysis, save the file, then open the file in Logger Pro for ...

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  • Why am I getting Motion Detector readings that are noisy ...

    Go Direct Motion has a Motion (cart) channel accessible in Sensor Channels. If your model is older and does not have different modes, consider putting a sock over the Motion Detector. This may sound strange, but it reduces the intensity of the transmitted signal and of minor echoes coming from small objects around the area.

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  • What is the difference between your accelerometers ...

    Go Direct ® Sensor Cart (GDX-CART-G) Go Direct ® Sensor Cart (GDX-CART-Y) Sensor carts also include the same three-axis, ±16g accelerometer as the Go Direct Force and Acceleration and the Go Direct Acceleration. It is in a much larger package with wheels, so we do not recommend these carts for use as accelerometers if that is all you need.

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  • Should I use a photogate or a Motion Detector? - Technical ...

    The Go Direct Sensor Cart has a built-in encoder wheel for tracking cart position on or off a track. Like the Motion Encoder System, the Sensor Cart generates exceptional data and has the added advantage of working off-track.

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  • Bluetooth Wireless FAQs - Technical Information Library

    For example, LabQuest Stream and Go Direct Sensors use their unique serial number as its name. For the Wireless Dynamics Sensor System, we give each unit a unique name by combining the name of a scientist and a number such as Newton01.

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  • How do you replace the wheels on the plastic (DTS) carts ...

    Re-install cart end cap. Notes. Center the new wheel/axle assembly in the cart so that the wheels do not rub on the cart frame. When replacing the wheel/axle assemblies on the plunger end of a Plunger Cart (DTS-CART-P), the process is the same. The end cap will not come off entirely – because of the plunger – but will separate far enough to ...

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  • How do I install Anti-Roll Pegs on my Vernier Dynamics Cart?

    The peg can be removed in the same manner if the cart is to be used on a surface that lacks the center slot. Pegs are included with the following products: Dynamics Cart and Track System (DTS) Dynamics Cart and Track System with Motion Encoder (DTS-EC) Dynamics Cart and Track System with Go Direct ® Sensor Cart (DTS-GDX) Standard Cart (DTS-CART-S)

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  • Why does my LabQuest battery drain so quickly when ...

    Go Direct ® Sensor Cart (GDX-CART-Y) Go Direct ® Sensor Cart (GDX-CART-G) If you plan to take data with a Go Direct SpectroVis Plus and LabQuest, you can remove the battery from your SpectroVis Plus and it will function normally without draining the LabQuest battery faster than expected. (Note that this is the same battery as the one used in ...

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  • What do you recommend to replace the WDSS? - Technical ...

    The Go Direct ® Force and Acceleration Sensor (GDX-FOR) includes a force sensor, 3-axis accelerometer, and 3-axis gyroscope. This sensor is ideal for attaching to carts for a collision experiment, attaching to a spring for harmonic oscillation, or use in a centripetal force experiment.

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  • Motion Detector Troubleshooting and FAQs - Technical ...

    The sensor of the CBR is functionally identical to that in Motion Detector 1. Go Direct Motion Detector ... Tip 4: Use the Cart-on-track mode switch when using a cart on track. Use Normal (Person/Ball) mode for all other applications. It does no harm to try the other mode.

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  • How can I use a Vernier Photogate to measure g ...

    Using a Go Direct Photogate (GDX-VPG) to measure g 1) Attach the included rod to the Go Direct Photogate and mount it to a ring stand using a right angle clamp. The photogate arms should be horizontal. This will allow the vertically falling Picket Fence to pass through the photogate. 2) Align the photogate so that Gate 1 is above Gate 2.

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  • What do I need to purchase for AP Physics 1 or 2 ...

    Go Direct ® 3-Axis Magnetic Field Sensor (GDX-3MG) Current Probe (DCP-BTA) (two per lab station) For AP Physics 1, you will need both Advanced Physics with Vernier — Mechanics (PHYS-AM) and Advanced Physics with Vernier - Beyond Mechanics (PHYS-ABM), as well as additional probeware.

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  • What do I need to purchase to do IB Chemistry? - Technical ...

    Use these pages to create a list of the Go Direct or LabQuest sensors you need. ... Go Direct ® pH Sensor (GDX-PH) pH Sensor (PH-BTA) 1.3, 7.2, 8.1, 11.2: ... IB Chemistry Shopping Cart – Go Direct Sensors. IB Chemistry Shopping Cart – LabQuest Sensors. Share this post.

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  • Go Direct Motion Troubleshooting and FAQs - Technical ...

    Go Direct ® Motion Detector (GDX-MD) Specifications and User Guide. TROUBLESHOOTING – Primary Test: Press the power button on the sensor to turn it on. (The red LED will flash.) Start the Graphical Analysis app on your device and select the sensor from the list of available sensors. (The green LED will flash.)

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  • How do I collect data using a Motion Encoder and a ...

    Adjust the Length of Object as needed to match the Cart Picket Fence, if that is what you are using. Instructions for using Graphical Analysis 4 or LabQuest App with a Go Direct Photogate (GDX-VPG) Related Parts Dynamics Cart and Track System with Motion Encoder (DTS-EC) Go Direct ® Photogate (GDX-VPG) Cart Picket Fence (PF-CART)

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  • How do I replace the wheels on a Go Direct Sensor Cart?

    Although the Go Direct Sensor Cart uses the same replacement wheels as our other dynamics carts (), we do not recommend students and teachers replacing...

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  • How do you replace the wheels on the plastic (DTS) carts?

    Replacing the wheel/axle assemblies on our carts is fairly simple. You will need new wheel/axle assemblies for the ones you are replacing. They can be...

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  • Go Direct Mini GC Compound Library

    Sample Chromatogram Chemical and Parameters Methanol Volume (µL): 0.3Start Temp (℃): 40 Hold Time (min): 1Ramp Rate (℃/min): 10Final Temp (℃): 60Hold Time (min): 5Pressure...

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  • My school is moving to iPad. Will the probeware I already own work with an iPad?

    As schools move to new technology platforms, many teachers have asked us for advice on how to make the most cost effective use of probeware...

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  • Do you have support for LabVIEW 2020?

    We provide LabVIEW support for many of our products. In some cases you will download our LabVIEW files and place them in your LabVIEW directory,...

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  • How do I get OpenSciEd curriculum?

    To use Vernier technology with the OpenSciEd curriculum, you need to A) download the complete unit from OpenSciEd B) download the Vernier supplement The Vernier...

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  • Should I use a photogate or a Motion Detector?

    Motion Detectors and photogates can both measure motion, but both have advantages for certain experiments. PHOTOGATES Photogates function more like a spark timer in that...

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  • Can I buy a plunger-equipped encoder cart?

    The Vernier Sensor Carts (both green and yellow) are plunger carts that have encoder functionality built into the carts. The carts are sold individually but...

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  • Why is my VSMT force sensor stuck at 1000 N?

    There are at least two possible causes for the force sensor to read a high constant value. It has been stressed beyond its capacity and...

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  • Go Wireless Temp Troubleshooting and FAQs

    Specifications and User Guide TROUBLESHOOTING Primary Test: Press the power button on the sensor to turn it on. (The red LED will be flashing.) Start...

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  • How do I know if my LabQuest will work with Go Direct Sensors and Go Wireless devices?

    Only the , connected via USB can be used with the original LabQuest. All other Go Direct sensors are not supported. All models of LabQuest...

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  • How can I fix a broken axle mount on a Vernier DTS cart?

    The damage discussed here would happen only in an extreme situation where someone pushed in the wheel of a Vernier Dynamics Cart and then quickly...

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  • How does Logger Pro calculate velocity and acceleration from Motion Detector data?

    This information pertains to data collected using any of our ultrasonic motion detectors, rotary motion sensors, the Motion Encoder System, and the Go Direct Sensor...

    http://www.vernier.com/til/1011/

  • How do I tell which model Go!Link I have?

    The Go!Link originally came out in 2004. As time went on some of the components we were using in the original design were no longer...

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  • What do you recommend to replace the WDSS?

    The Wireless Dynamic Sensor System was discontinued in 2019 because certain parts were no longer available. This multisensor included a 3-axis accelerometer, a force sensor,...

    http://www.vernier.com/til/4498/

  • Problems with force sensor giving bad readings because hex barrel has been removed and improperly reinstalled.

    This article refers to the following products: All three of these sensors have a hexagonal barrel, or standoff, extending from the sensor case. This part...

    http://www.vernier.com/til/2149/

  • Do you have support for LabVIEW 2019?

    We provide LabVIEW support for many of our products. In some cases you will download our LabVIEW files and place them in your LabVIEW directory,...

    http://www.vernier.com/til/4494/

  • Graphical Analysis 4 Bluetooth issues on Windows 10: Do I need to pair?

    If your Go Direct sensor works on Windows 10 via USB, but you are having issues connecting via Bluetooth wireless technology, the first thing you...

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  • Graphical Analysis or Spectral Analysis launches on my Chromebook but won't connect to USB devices.

    When using a Chromebook, make you are using the Chrome version of the app. Many Chromebooks are able to run Android apps from the Google...

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  • Go Wireless Temp cannot be used with Windows 10 Creators Update and Logger Pro

    On April 11, 2017, Microsoft released a major update to Windows 10. Called the Creator’s Update, the build number is 15063. This new version of...

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  • Why won't my Logger Pro experiment file work with the Motion Encoder system?

    In Logger Pro 3, experiment files, such as the “03 Cart on a Ramp” from Physics with Vernier, are expected to work, as is, when...

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  • Motion Detector Troubleshooting and FAQs

    Specifications and User Guide There are several Motion Detector models: Motion Detector 2Green plastic, one LED on the right below the gold screen, track mode...

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  • WDSS Troubleshooting and FAQs

    Specifications and User Guide TROUBLESHOOTING Primary Test: There is extensive information on installing Bluetooth radios and establishing radio communications with WDSS, see [til 4429] Secondary...

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  • How do I share data from Graphical Analysis 4?

    Graphical Analysis 4 data files can be saved from within the application as files with an .ambl extension. From there, files can be shared with...

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  • How can I create FFTs using the Go Direct Sound Sensor (GDX-SND)?

    , can capture waveforms using its Microphone channel, but currently Graphical Analysis 4 will not yet create FFTs. If you have a Go Direct Sound...

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  • What programming environments do you support for using your sensors for projects and teaching coding?

    Since we started this company in the early 1980’s, we have always tried to provide a way for teachers and students to “do their own...

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  • Vernier Structures & Materials Tester (VSMT) Troubleshooting and FAQs

    Specifications and User Guide TROUBLESHOOTING – Primary Test: The VSMT Force sensor will auto-ID with supported releases of software. – Secondary Test: The VSMT Displacement...

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  • Can I connect a Davis Anemometer and Wind Gauge to a Vernier Interface?

    Connecting Davis wind speed and direction sensors to a Vernier interface is fairly complicated DIY project. It is a whole lot easier to use our...

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  • Can I use Vernier Go Direct sensors with non-Vernier software?

    Yes, Vernier Go Direct sensors can connect to a few select applications besides Vernier Graphical Analysis 4. Additionally, you can connect to and collect data...

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  • How to I set up my Raspberry Pi to use GDX sensor with Python?

    The Vernier Go Direct Python library can be installed and used on a Raspberry Pi. It can be installing by doing the following. Install the...

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  • Do Vernier apps run in Windows 10 S?

    No. Windows 10 has an “S” mode that restricts what apps can be installed. Schools may opt to run Windows 10 only in S Mode,...

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  • How do I decide which Dynamics Cart and Track System to purchase?

    We are always happy to help you decide what to buy that will both fit within your budget and work with equipment you already own....

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  • My school is moving to Chromebooks. Will the probeware I already own work with a Chromebook?

    As schools move to new technology platforms, many teachers have asked us for advice on how to make the most cost effective use of probeware...

    http://www.vernier.com/til/2871/

  • Do you have data-collection technology that works with Google Chromebooks?

    Yes, Graphical Analysis 4, our data-collection and analysis application available for Chromebooks, is free and available for Download in the Chrome Web Store. Data collection...

    http://www.vernier.com/til/2453/

  • Pivot Interactives Troubleshooting and FAQs

    ORDERING AND PREVIEWING PIVOT INTERACTIVES [TIL 4031] [TIL 4154] [TIL 4045] [TIL 4046] [TIL 4055] [TIL 4368] [TIL 4417] [TIL 4435] GETTING STARTED Quick Start...

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  • My Go Direct SpectroVis Plus Spectrophotometer intermittently drops the connection while using Bluetooth.

    Note: This document addresses intermittent Bluetooth connections. If you are unable to connect at all by Bluetooth see:      [til 4118] If your successfully connects to...

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  • How do I use the Moment of Inertia Kit with the original CFA?

    You can collect angular velocity data using the attached to the beam of the . However, you must use a photogate to collect angular velocity...

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  • Can your force sensors be used in a test section of a wind tunnel for educational demonstrations?

    Yes, you can. Of the various force sensors we make, the ones most suitable for a wind tunnel investigation would be our and . If...

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  • Can you use the old CBL temperature, light and voltage sensors with a Chromebook?

    Yes. The sensors that were included with the original CBL (starting in 1994) autoID and work fine with a LabQuest interface (any model) or a...

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  • Can I do data logging using MINDSTORMS EV3 software?

    Yes. There are several different options for logging data with the EV3 using MINDSTORMS software. Here are the various data logging options: 1. Live Data...

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  • Go!Link Troubleshooting and FAQs

    Product Overview [til 1908] [til 1901] [til 1469] [til 1514] [til 2107] [til 2625] [til 2871] [til 1961] [til 1721] [til 2063] Troubleshooting The LED...

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  • LEGO® Mindstorms® EV3 Troubleshooting and FAQs

    LEGO® Mindstorms® EV3 units are able to work with Vernier sensors using our LEGO Sensor Adapter for EV3 and NXT (order code: BTA-NXT, $39) and...

    http://www.vernier.com/til/3339/

  • How can I zero the sensor readings on my EV3?

    The Vernier Sensor Block for MINDSTORMS EV3 software does not have a Zero function. You can easily create a correction in your program to effectively...

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  • Why does Port View indicate I have plugged in an NXT Sound Sensor when I have a Vernier sensor connected?

    The EV3 was designed to automatically identify EV3 and NXT LEGO sensors that have been connected to any of its input ports. Unfortunately, it does...

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  • When I use the Vernier EV3 Sensor Block why is there an exclamation point above the port number?

    The exclamation is simply a notification that you have connected a non-LEGO® sensor into one of the EV3 ports. It does not interfere with the...

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  • Why don't I see the Vernier Sensor block in my MINDSTORMS EV3 Sensor palette?

    You need to import the Vernier Sensor Block into MINDSTORMS. For instructions for downloading the Sensor Block, go to this web page: https://www.vernier.com/engineering/lego-ev3/ev3-sensor-block/ [til 3339]

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  • How do I get the sensor reading from the Vernier EV3 Sensor block connected to the Display block?

    To display a sensor reading on the screen of the EV3, you must configure the Display block to allow sensor readings to be wired as...

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  • What can I do to make my Vernier sensor readings more steady in my EV3 program?

    The Vernier sensor block for LEGO MINDSTORMS EV3 includes an option for oversampling. Oversampling takes a large number of samples and returns an averaged reading....

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  • My Vernier sensor does not seem to work with my EV3 LEGO Robot. How do I troubleshoot this?

    The following are a series of troubleshooting steps that should help you find the issue: 1. Check to verify that your EV3 is on. Periodically,...

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  • My LEGO EV3 program is not working. How do I start troubleshooting?

    In most cases, the LEGO EV3 program does exactly what you have programmed it to do. If you are having trouble, follow these troubleshooting steps:...

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