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Figure 9-2. The NXT Touch sensor s data hub The port number can be configured using the Port data plug and a Number data type wire with an input value of 1, 2, 3, or 4. This value can also be used as output by dragging a data wire out of the output Port data plug. The Action data plug can use a Number data type with an input value of 0 for Pressed, 1 for Released, or 2 for Bumped. The Yes/No data plug can provide an output value of True or False. It can send and receive a Logic data type. The Raw Value data plug can provide an output Number value with a range of 0 1024. The Logical Number data plug provides a 1 for pressed and a 0 for released. Instead of a logic value, however, this data is a Number data type.
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Note The NXT-G 1.0 version of the software does not contain the Logical Number data plug. This comes only
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with the 2.0 version of the software. It s always good to know which version of NXT-G you are using, but if you find a data plug described in this book that you don t see on your own data hub, it s likely that you re running version 1.0 of the software.
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For the remaining blocks in this chapter, I will not be describing the blocks data hubs only the blocks configuration panels (I simply wanted to show you that the sensor blocks can use their data hubs for even more options than just sending and receiving logic data signals). Many data plugs are identical from block to block, so you ll likely find that learning just a few of them will allow you to recognize all of them. But if you re not familiar with any of the data hubs at this point, click the Help menu, and select the Contents and Index option to view the Help files. Along the left side of the screen, select the name
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of a programming block (see Figure 9-3). Details for the block s data hub can be found at the bottom of that block s Help documentation (also shown in Figure 9-3). You can always consult this Help documentation to determine the data types for the various data plugs (Number, Logic, or Text).
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Figure 9-3. Data hub details for the Touch sensor are described.
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The legacy RIS Touch sensor s configuration panel is shown in Figure 9-4.
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Figure 9-4. The RIS Touch sensor s configuration panel In the Port section, select the port where the RIS Touch sensor has been connected. The default port for the Touch sensor is Port 1. In the Action section, you can select Pressed, Released, or Bumped.
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NXT Sound Sensor
The NXT Sound sensor s configuration panel is shown in Figure 9-5.
Figure 9-5. The NXT Sound sensor s configuration panel In the Port section, select the port where the NXT Sound sensor has been connected. The default port for the Sound sensor is Port 2. In the Compare section, you must configure the sound value (0 100) as well as whether the sensor will monitor for sounds less than or greater than the configured value. You can use the drag bar to select the value or enter a numeric value in the range of 0 100 in the text box. Select the less-than option (<) or the greater-than option (>) from the drop-down menu or click the left or right radio button to configure this option.
NXT Light Sensor
The NXT Light sensor s configuration panel is shown in Figure 9-6.
Figure 9-6. The NXT Light sensor s configuration panel In the Port section, select the port where the NXT Light sensor has been connected. The default port for the Light sensor is Port 3. In the Compare section, you must configure the light value (0 100) as well as whether the sensor will monitor for a light value less than or greater than the configured value. You can use the drag bar to select the value or enter a numeric value in the range of 0 100 in the text box. Select the less-than option (<) or the greater-than option (>) from the drop-down menu, or click on the left or right radio button to configure this option. If you leave the Generate light box checked, the Light sensor will turn on its built-in LED to provide an artificial light source for assisting with determining light levels. If you uncheck the box, the Light sensor will detect only ambient light levels that is, normal light conditions.
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