Posts tagged with: DCU

The is a great starter set of output devices for use with the . The kit includes several output devices, including a motor, LEDs, incandescent......
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Stepper motors are great for projects and can easily be used with an Arduino and our . If you have a stepper motor and want......
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Yes. You must use the LabQuest 2 interface to control a line on the Digital Control Unit with a Go Direct (GDX) sensor. Physically connect......
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The can be used with any DC electronic component or output device that requires only power and ground connections, such as an LED, buzzer, or......
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No. This question comes up because users might be tempted to try to do the PID Ping Pong Ball Levitation experiment, from , using a......
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The will attempt to collect data at the same rate as the experiment sampling rate. However, it is possible to sample faster than the DCU......
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Yes. The , has two digital sensor ports. This allows for a , to be connected to each port, for a total of two DCUs.......
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The DCU has a 3-pin connector to connect a servo motor. The DCU line used to control the servo is line 4. The DCU has......
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YES. The CBL 2 and LabPro interfaces do support digital output and can be used with the . You can find sample programs for the......
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In Logger Pro v 3.8.6.1 we introduced the ability for sensor readings to trigger three of the output lines on the DCU. If you are......
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