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Flexible Cables for Lego NXT
Monday, 21 January 2008

ImageFlexible Cables for Lego NXT are now available in packs of 4

AU$12 / pack of 4

Custom length of up to 500mm can be ordered.

NXT Flex cables are listed under "Robotics"

Workshed Forum
Wednesday, 22 August 2007
We have created a forum, called the workshed, for chatting about our sensors. Ask questions about our sensors, suggest new sensor ideas and anything else you want.
Paying by PayPal
Monday, 20 August 2007
We are happy to announce that we will now be accepting payment by PayPal. This will speed up shipment time since we don't have to wait for funds to clear. Once you reach the payment method in the cart, simply select the PayPal payment option.
cball at Robocup Junior
Thursday, 16 August 2007

Here is some fortage of our cball sensor being used on a robot at the Robocup Junior Queensland 2007 competition.

More Examples
Monday, 23 July 2007

More examples for our cball and iball sensors are now available.

NXT Sensor Port Breakout
Monday, 09 July 2007


Ideal for people who want to develop custom sensors.

iball Available Now!
Saturday, 16 June 2007


A new single infrared detector with I2C communication is now available:

  • 1 x infrared photodetector
  • Connects to LEGO® NXT digitally via I2C
  • Two I2C addresses available
  • Two sensors can be operated from one sensor port
  • Can be supplied with standard female NXT Socket
  • Mounting holes are aligned to holes in Technic LEGO® blocks
  • Ideal for detection of infrared ball for kickers
  • Example programs for RobotC and NXC
RCX Robot with cball
Monday, 11 June 2007

An article is now available with building instructions for a basic RCX robot which uses the cball sensor. Look out soon for a sample program for this robot.

cball Available
Thursday, 03 May 2007

The cball infrared ball sensor is available for only AUD$49.99.  

  • 8 x infrared photodetectors arranged in a 180 degree semi-circle
  • No calibration required, automatically reads background light levels on startup
  • Analog and digital output modes, DIP switch selectable
  • Connects to LEGO® RCX in analog mode or can interface digitally either via TTL serial or I2C (LEGO® NXT)
  • Provides signal for either no roboball can be seen or strongest photodetector signal
  • Digital output provides access to all sensor data including raw readings and background readings
  • Four leds for indication of strongest photodetector
  • Low input voltage 6-12v and low current <20mA
  • Mounting holes are aligned to holes in Technic LEGO® blocks
  • Includes 2 nylon bolts, nuts and spacers

 Check out the details about the cball sensor in the Product Information page. Programming examples for RobotC, NXC and NQC are available.

LEGO® NXT cables are now also available.

cball Quick Reference Sheet
Monday, 30 April 2007
We have just released a quick reference sheet for our cball sensor. The sensor will be released on the website very soon.
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