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 the EV3 “block,” which can be downloaded for free at:
Can I use Vernier sensors with LEGO MINDSTORMS EV3?
What equipment do I need for the LEGO-EV3 Engineering Projects book?
Is there a way to connect my CO2 sensor to an NXT Mindstorm?
Why are certain sensors not able to work with the NXT Adapter?
Why does my LEGO solar tracker only move in one direction?
My LEGO EV3 program is not working. How do I start troubleshooting?
My Vernier sensor does not seem to work with my EV3 LEGO Robot. How do I troubleshoot this?
What can I do to make my Vernier sensor readings more steady in my EV3 program?
How do I get the sensor reading from the Vernier EV3 Sensor block connected to the Display block?
Why don't I see the Vernier Sensor block in my MINDSTORMS EV3 Sensor palette?
When I use the Vernier EV3 Sensor Block why is there an exclamation point above the port number?
Why does Port View indicate I have plugged in an NXT Sound Sensor when I have a Vernier sensor connected?
How can I zero the sensor readings on my EV3?
Do Vernier sensors work with a Chromebook or iPad using the EV3 Programmer App?
LEGO® Mindstorms® EV3 Troubleshooting and FAQs
LEGO® MINDSTORMS® Education EV3 Core Set with Charger (LEGO-EV3-CORE)
NXT Sensor Adapter (BTA-NXT)
Vernier Engineering Projects with LEGO® MINDSTORMS® Education EV3 (EP-EV3-E)
If you have questions regarding the LEGO NXT robotics system with Vernier sensors please refer to:
Can I use Vernier sensors with LEGO MINDSTORMS NXT?