Breadboard Adapter for LEGO MINDSTORMS
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- A breadboard adapter and breakout board for the LEGO® MINDSTORMS® EV3 and NXT.
- Connects an NXT or EV3 to a breadboard.
- Built in 82k resistors.
- Ships fully assembled: no soldering required.
- EV3 Ready.
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The Dexter Industries breadboard adapter is a full assembled adapter for the LEGO MINDSTORMS NXT. This is a breakout board for the LEGO Mindstorms cables. Never struggle to find some 82k resistors for your project again: the adapter comes with built in 82k resistors. The entire adapter comes fully assembled: no soldering required.
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I wish Dexter had a bit more information on the product on their website. It was unclear which way the DIP switches needed to go for the pull-up resisters to be active. Also, the only documentation is in a blog post, that was not linked to the product page. The sample code was for Robot-C only, I had to reverse engineer the NXC equivalents.
Bear in mind that this is a product for makers, so the above is a suggestion for improvement, not complaints. This saved me a ton of time. I had the Arduino communicating within the first 30 minutes, and this is my first ever Arduino project.
Edit: Giving 2 star back to the review.
Since the pull up resisters are not as adverised, I decided to use the breadboard adapter with the pullup disabled and wire up my own 82k resisters. For my project I ended up not using nxt at all and just wired up the nxt sensors I was planning on using directly to the arduino.
The breadboard works fine if you don't need the pull-up resisters.
The quality is pretty good and my MINDSTORMS, EV3 and LEGO peripherals are no longer LEGO island: My Arduinos are now deeply involved in controlling and sniffing - very nice...
But, it's new for me, and I don't succeed in.
I used Arduino Wire method and I want to connect to Lejos NXT