Posts tagged with: GDX-FOR

The was discontinued in 2019 because certain parts were no longer available. This multisensor included a 3-axis accelerometer, a force sensor, and an altimeter. When......
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This article refers to the following sensors: The hooks and bumpers used with our various force sensors have a 6-32 thread. You can usually buy......
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The is designed to work with the . The speed can be controlled to a maximum of about 9.6 radians per second (~90 revolutions per......
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Yes, the will fit on both the and the . When using this accessory with the use a to collection angular data. The sensor will......
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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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Connecting a to your Scratch 3 project can be done within the Scratch app. If you are just starting a new project, do the following:......
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If you are having trouble connecting your to your Scratch 3 project, try the following: 1. Make sure the device is turned on. 2. Verify......
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Scratch is a free, browser-based programming language that is designed for students ages 8 to 16, and it is supported by an active community of......
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A 50 gram mass works well with the ....
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The clip is designed to hold the in place when using the . The sensor rests on this clip and rotates with the shaft to......
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