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EVShield for Arduino Duemilanove or Uno

EVShield Features
EVShield
EVShield attaches directly to an Arduino Duemilanove or Uno, and it has headers to connect other shields on top.
It allows you to connect upto 4 EV3 or NXT motors, and 4 NXT or EV3 Sensors, and program for them through Arduino sketch.
You can also attach upto 6 RC Servo motors to EVShield.
It also provides ports for I2C devices.

Programming for EVShield is on Arduino, using usual Arduino C/C++ programming environment.
Related Downloads
  • download
    User Guide & Advanced Development Guide
  • download
    EVShield Library on Github


This robot is made out of LEGO parts and uses EVShield with EV3 Sensors and Motors.