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RCX light sensors don't work with EV3 
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Post RCX light sensors don't work with EV3
Hi,
I have a problem with RCX light sensor connected to EV3
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1) RCX light sensor doesn't work with EV3, also because I can't choose RCX sensor from the dropdown EV3 menu in "setup motors and sensors".
Note that RCX light sensor works well with NXT, because I can choose RCX sensor from the dropdown NXT menu in "setup motors and sensors".
With NXT platform, RCX light sensors are setting as below:
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#pragma config(Sensor, S1, SensorRCX, sensorReflection)

2) I have been using the version 4.28beta of ROBOTC

3) platform EV3 (wrong), NXT (OK)

4) in addition to point 1, the light on sensor is always OFF and the sensor seems without power

5) you need only connect the light sensor to EV3 and try out to configure it

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7) Windows 7

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do you have an idea of how to fix it :idea:
Thank you

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Thu Jan 08, 2015 12:12 pm
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Post Re: RCX light sensors don't work with EV3
I am afraid the RCX sensors are not officially supported on the EV3 at all. I'll make sure they get removed from the list in the sensor configuration panel.

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Mon Jan 12, 2015 4:10 am
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Post Re: RCX light sensors don't work with EV3
mightor wrote:
I am afraid the RCX sensors are not officially supported on the EV3 at all. I'll make sure they get removed from the list in the sensor configuration panel.

:cry:


Mon Jan 12, 2015 5:44 am
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