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How to start with the SuperPro Sensor Board 
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Post How to start with the SuperPro Sensor Board
Hi,
My team wants to work with the SuperPro board to make sensors and switches for autonomous (we are FTC team 6191). Where is a good place to start that explains how to go about programming for the SuperPro in RobotC. We do have some prior experience with Arduino but no real coding practice in the RobotC language (in regards to working with this kind of sensor). Thank you in advance.
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Post Re: How to start with the SuperPro Sensor Board
There are quite a few examples for the SPB in the Driver Suite. The examples all start with "hitechnic-superpro-exp". They refer to the numbered experiments in the Super Pro experimenters booklet, which you can download here: http://www.hitechnic.com/cgi-bin/commer ... ey=SPR2010

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Post Re: How to start with the SuperPro Sensor Board
I think it’s a very simple and easy platform to develop solutions on. Considering the fact that it gives you complete authority over interfacing various types of sensors, it might well be one of best available boards for automated development. The examples available are quite good for implementation without much modification. Please let us know how your experience with them went.


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