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LEGO MINDSTORMS Education EV3 Color Sensor

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The digital EV3 Color Sensor distinguishes between seven different colors and can also detect the absence of color. It also serves as a light sensor by detecting light intensities. Students can build color-sorting and line-following robots, experiment with light reflection of different colors, and gain experience with a technology that is widely used in industries such as recycling, agriculture, and packaging.

  • Measures reflected red light and ambient light from darkness to very bright sunlight
  • Capable of detecting seven colors plus the absence of color. It can tell the difference between color or black-and-white or among blue, green, yellow, red, white, and brown.
  • Sample rate of 1 kHz
  • Auto-ID is built into the EV3 Software.

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This programmable, intelligent brick serves as the heart and brain of LEGO® MINDSTORMS® Education EV3 robots. It features an illuminated six-button interface that changes color to indicate the brick’s active state, a high-resolution black and white display, built-in speaker, USB port, a mini SD card reader, four input ports and four output ports. The brick also supports USB, Bluetooth and WiFi communication (NETGEAR WiFi dongle WNA1100 Wireless-N 150) with a computer and has a programming interface that enables programming and data logging directly onto the brick. It is compatible with mobile devices and is powered by AA batteries or the EV3 Rechargeable DC Battery. The brick features:
  • ARM 9 processor with Linux-based operating system
  • Four input ports for data acquisition of up to 1000 samples per/sec
  • Four output ports for execution of commands
  • On-board program storage including 16 MB of Flash memory and 64 MB of RAM
  • Mini SDHC card reader for 32 GB of expanded memory
  • Illuminated, three-color, six-button interface that indicates the brick’s active state
  • Hi-resolution 178×128 pixel display enabling detailed graph viewing and sensor data observation
  • High-quality speaker
  • On-brick programming and datalogging that can be uploaded into the EV3 software
The analog EV3 Touch Sensor is a simple but exceptionally precise tool that detects when its front button is pressed or released and is able to count single and multiple presses. Students can build start/stop control systems, create maze-solving robots and uncover the technology’s use in devices such as digital musical instruments, computer keyboards and kitchen appliances.
  • Cross-axle hole on button
  • Auto-ID is built into the EV3 software
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