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Introduction

List of Parts and software glossary.

Picture Part Names

Part Name
Battery housing

Motor

Differential

Smooth line

Gear rack

Large wheel rim

Large wheel tire

Transmission housing

Chain link

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HUB
Extension cord
Diversion sensor
Distance sensor
USB extension

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Picture Part Name Picture Part Name
8 plate Large plate
6 plate
4 plate 16X8
8 line 8X6 plate
6 line Lego brick
4 line
3 line 4X2
40 gear Weights
24 gear
16 gear 16 beam
8 gear
12 beam

10 beam

8 beam

6 beam

4 beam

2 beam

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8 axle Crown gear
6 axle Cone gear
4 axle
Bush Snail
Half bush Large pulley
Angled element
Black nail Pulley
Grey nail Tire
Slide 45º Circle/headlight
Axle Extender 12 axle
10 axle
Rotating Table

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Graphic legend for software language

Flow chart commands:

Command Name Icon Note

Start

Start by pressing a To edit a button, place
button. the mouse cursor over
the icon and press the
Start by telegram. desired button.

Message received from
the next command.

Send telegram. Value/text defined in the
appendix.

Pause. Edit this appendix by
(Delay shift to the next placing the mouse
cursor on the box and
command for a entering the desired
defined period of time) value/text.
Time appendix + text
The value will be
appendix. displayed on screen
until it is changed.
Display. Cannot concurrently
(Display the value/text display from two
different appendices.
defined in the
appendix) Numerical calculations
only.
Calculate. To change the
(Calculate values calculation type, press
according to the the icon.
defined character) Four arithmetic
operators.
Background.
(Change display Accepts values of 0-20.
background by Background defined for
defined value) each value.

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Sound. Accepts values of 1-20.
(Play a sound) Sound defined for each
value.
Display. By saving a recording, it
Random Appendix. can be played with
Value 1.
Loop.
Contains the value/text
on display at the time.

Contains random values
from 1 to 10.

Repeat commands
contained in the
commands.
The number of
repetitions can be
limited by the
appendices.

Motor Commands: Icon Note

Command Name Direction can be
changed by pressing the
Motor turns icon
(Activate motor/s to
Direction can be
the right) changed by pressing the
Motor turns icon
(Activate motor/s to

the left)

Motor Stop
(Stop motor operation)

Power. Power is defined by the
(Activate motor/s at a lower box, which can be
edited by the mouse
defined power) cursor. Power ranges
between 1-10.
Motor time limit.
(Activate motor for a The period of time is
defined period of time) defined by the lower
box, which can be
Points for selecting a edited by the mouse
specific motor. cursor. Every 10 will
equal 1 second.

Up to six different
motors. Points will be
edited by pressing the
icon together with shift.
When no motor is
selected, the command
will apply to all linked
motors.

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External hardware input commands:

Command Name Icon Note

Distance sensor Receives values based
appendix. on object proximity to
the sensor. Receives
Tilt sensor appendix. values: 0-10.
0 - no object nearby, 10
Microphone appendix - object at maximum
(recording). proximity.

Receives values based
on sensor positions: 0,
10, 2, 4, 8.

Receives values from
the microphone: 0-10.
0 - No noise received.
10 - High noise
received.
Also used to play a
recording when added
to the play sound
command.

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