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Temp1 (Temperature Sensor) = It measures the temperature.
Touch2 (T or F Sensor – something pressed) = It works when you touch it.
Light5 (Changes in Light) = It lights up.
Angle6 (Angle changes) = It measures the angle of the devices.
MotorA (Motor runs) = It’s a moving device i.e. a motor.
LampB (Light go on) = It’s a light up device i.e. a lamp.
These are the different control terms used in Lego Dacta:
• Talkto = It talks to output devices. For example - talkto “motora
• On/off = It switches on output devices. For example - talkto “motora, on, wait 100, off.
• Alloff = It switches off all output devices. For example - talkto “motora, on, setpower 3, wait 30, setpower 5, wait 30, setpower 7, waituntil [touch2], off, wait 30, on, rd, setpower 3, wait 30, setpower 5, wait 30, setpower 7, wait 30, alloff.
• Wait = It holds devices running for a certain amount of time. For example – talkto “motora, on, wait 100, off.
• Waituntil = It makes devices wait until the procedure in the brackets becomes true. For example – talkto “motora, on, setpower 3, wait 30, setpower 5, wait 30, setpower 7, wait 30, waituntil [touch2], off, end.
• RD = It reverses motora. For example – talkto “motora, on, setpower 3, wait 30, setpower 5, wait 30, setpower 7, waituntil [touch2], off, wait 30, on, rd, setpower 3, wait 30, setpower 5, wait 30, setpower 7, wait 30, alloff.
• Setpower = It changes the speed of motora. For example – talkto “motora, on, setpower 3, wait 30, setpower 5, wait 30, setpower 7, wait 30, off.
• To/end = It starts/finishes a procedure. For example – to forward1, talkto “motora, on, wait 100, off, end.
Lego kits can be used in different businesses and organisations like offices, car parks, arcades and banks.
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• Timed lights
• Security cameras
• Anti-theft tags on clothes
• Switch machines
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• Vending machines
• Car park ticketing machines
• Overhead PA system
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Waituntil [person presses button]
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