UltraSonic sensor in a listener

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UltraSonic sensor in a listener

Postby spunky99 » Mon Aug 27, 2007 5:48 am

I have worked with the RCX brick, and to set up a listener, the type and mode need to be specified. However with the NXT, i don't know what type and mode to use for the UltraSonic sensor. With the RCX the sensors and modes were constants, and there are constants with the NXT, but i don't think any of those will work for the UltraSonic sensor. I do understand that the UltraSonic sensor is a I2C sensor, but i don't know what to put in the SensorPort.S1.setTypeAndMode(??,??), or even if it can be done this way... Here is the code that i would like to run:

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import lejos.nxt.*;
public class SonicTest {
   public static void main(String[] args) throws Exception
      // Initialize the sensors
      SensorPort.S1.setTypeAndMode(<TYPE>, <MODE>);

      // Initialize the listener
      SonicListener listener = new SonicListener();
   public static class SonicListener implements SensorPortListener
      public void stateChanged(SensorPort source, int oldValue, int newValue)
         LCD.drawInt(newValue, 0, 0);

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Postby edalquist » Tue Aug 28, 2007 1:10 am

You want to use the lejos.nxt.UltrasonicSensor class to wrap the sensor port.

This should work:

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private static UltrasonicSensor ultrasonicSensor = new UltrasonicSensor(SensorPort.S1);

As for listeners, I think they only work with non I2C sensors at this point.

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