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Yes, you can combine Vernier sensors with LEGO EV3. There are different methods to combine Vernier sensors with , depending on the software you are......
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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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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......
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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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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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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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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/...
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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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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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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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