BricktronicsLight v1.2 - A software library for LEGO NXT light sensors.
More details at http://www.wayneandlayne.com/bricktronics/
- Click the "Clone or download" button on the upper-right side of this page below the pink bar, then select "Download ZIP". Rename the uncompressed folder BricktronicsLight. Check that the BricktronicsLight folder contains BricktronicsLight.cpp and BricktronicsLight.h
- Place the BricktronicsLight library folder into your
<arduinosketchfolder>/libraries/folder. You may need to create the libraries subfolder if this is your first installed library. Restart the Arduino IDE.
BricktronicsLight(uint8_t inputPin, uint8_t lightPin)- Constructor
void begin(void)- Call the begin function in your setup() function
uint16_t value(void)- Basic light sensor read function, scale is 0 (very dark) to 1023 (very bright)
uint8_t scaledValue(void)- Scales the raw value into an int between 0 and 100 (uses calibration values).
void setFloodlight(bool enable)- If enabled the light will turn on just before the sensor is sampled.
void setFloodlightAlways(bool enable)- Set the light to be always-on if enable = true.
- More API details in API.md
If you want to use light sensors with your Bricktronics Shield or Megashield, you may also be interested in these libraries:
Many thanks to Filipe Janela and Francisco Janela for writing the intial version of this code. Those guys rock.
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