Multi-Color extension sensor manual

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Multi-Color sensor extension manual

General info[edit | edit source]

Multi-Color sensor extension helps with designing puzzles based on colors. It uses an additional sensor of your choice to cycle through 8 different colors.

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.

Multicolor sensor with 30cm (18 diodes) RGB LED takes approx. 280mA when in white color state.

Step 1[edit | edit source]

Connect any sensor you want to the Multi-Color (we used the Light Switch sensor) via an included Ethernet cable.

Step 2[edit | edit source]

Connect the Multi-Color to the Universal puzzle controller via an included Ethernet cable.

Step 3[edit | edit source]

Connect a power supply to the Multi-Color sensor extension. Then, connect a power supply to the Universal puzzle controller.

Step 4[edit | edit source]

Every time the sensor connected to the Multi-Color is triggered, the Multi-Color’s LED lights will change their color. Order of colors: green, blue, violet, rose, white, red, orange, yellow, no color (off).

Step 5[edit | edit source]

Press and hold the teaching button on the Multi-Color until the LED lights blink one time to set the winning color.Press and hold the teaching button on the Multi-Color until the LED lights blink two times to set the starting color (after the Multi-Color is reset).

Step 6[edit | edit source]

From now on, when the winning color is chosen, the Universal puzzle controller will consider the Multi-Color as a triggered sensor.

Q&A[edit | edit source]

I want to connect my own button. How to do this?[edit | edit source]

We recommend using RGB button but you can use buttons with other colors too. (+) power line is common for all and (-) of R and G and B diodes have to go to multicolor board. You need RGB LEDs with common anode (+). Please check picture below:

common (+)