The Multi-Color Plate sensor changes color every time it’s touched. When players reach the correct color, the sensor becomes triggered.
The maximum load of the feeback connector is 50 mA. If you want to connect something with a higher current load, connect an external power supply - then the maximum load is 1A.
Connect the Hands and Body sensor to the Multi-Color sensor extension via included Ethernet cable, then connect the sensor extension to the Universal puzzle controller.
Connect a power supply to the Multi-Color Plate sensor. Then, connect a power supply to the Universal puzzle controller.
Fix the Hands and Body sensor to the back of the Multi-Color Plate sensor.
Trigger the Hands and Body sensor until you set the color you want, then confirm it by holding the teaching button on the Multi-Color sensor extension.
Every time you touch the Multi-Color Plate, the color changes.
Green, blue, violet, rose, white, red, orange, yellow, no color (off).
Suggestion on fixing the Hands and Body sensor to the Multi-Color Plate sensor[edit | edit source]
Screw the white plastic cable holders (included with the sensor) around the center point on the back of the wooden plate.
Use zipties (don't tighten them yet) for each cable holder, and one that connects them all
Put the Hands and Body sensor in the center, going through the middle ziptie. Tighten all the zipties to hold the Hands and Body sensor in one place.