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Description :
NXT-G Blocks for Multi-Sensitivity Acceleration Sensor for NXT
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download 324.74 KB 11/18/2009 Download
This block checks whether specified sensor reading is within a given range limit, and returns true if it is or false otherwise. The range can be specified for X/Y/Z tilt or X/Y/Z acceleration limits. This block can be used as 'Sensor on a Switch Block' (based on comparison result).

download 238.04 KB 11/01/2010 Download
Use this block if you need to perform Data Logging with NXT-G Edu version or high speed read operations. This block returns sensor readings which you can use to perform further computations. Can not be used as a 'Sensor on a Switch Block'