Robot C - Socorro Independent School District

Robot C - Socorro Independent School District

Robot C Testbed Tasks Task #1 Start left motor at full speed (127) for 7 seconds.

Call me so I can give you credit for your task! Task #2 Start left motor at full speed (127) for 8 seconds then right motor (half speed) for 5 seconds.

Call me so I can give you credit for your task! Task #3 Start left & right motors at full speed for 10 seconds however right motor is rotating the opposite direction.

Call me so I can give you credit for your task! Task #4 Start left motor at full speed for 5 seconds however right motor is rotating the opposite direction for 7 seconds with the push of a button.

Call me so I can give you credit for your task! Task #5 With a push of the bumper switch, start left motor at full speed(clockwise direction), right motor (1/3 of the speed) is rotating counterclockwise and

both stop with a limit switch. Call me so I can give you credit for your task! Task #6 Begin the following task with the line follower: start left & right motors at speed, counterclockwise and both stop

with a limit switch. Call me so I can give you credit for your task! Mission 1 Create a dragster that will outperform your classmates. Make sure you build wisely, 2 motors max & must start/stop

with a pushbutton. Have fun!!! Advance students Log onto LMS and complete any of the missions in activity 2.3.4 Automation Through Programming.

Enjoy!!!

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