Reflex Game extension sensor manual

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Reflex Game sensor

General info

Reflex Game sensor is a dexterity game where players have to trigger a sensor and “catch” the yellow diode. You can use any sensor you want and control the difficulty of this challenge by changing the speed of the game. The LED lights chain has 25 diodes and is included with the sensor.

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.

Step 1

Plug any sensor you want into the Reflex Game sensor extension (we used a Light Switch sensor).

Step 2

Connect a power supply to the Reflex Game sensor extension.

Step 3

You should see one yellow diode, and one white “chasing” diode.To make it easier, set up the Reflex Game sensor extension before connecting it to a Universal puzzle controller.

Step 4

You can change the speed of the chasing diode, as well as the hue and saturation of the diodes. To do this, push and hold the button on the Reflex Game controller box and choose the teaching mode (see below).


MODE 1 – SPEED

Hold the button until the chain's first diode blinks once. Turn the knob on the Reflex Game controller box to set the right speed. Hold the button for a second to save it.

MODE 2 – HUE

Hold the button until the first two diodes blink. Choose a color by turning the knob on the Reflex Game controller box. Hold the button for a second to save it.

MODE 3 – SATURATION

Hold the button until the first three diodes blink. Choose the saturation level by turning the small knob. Hold the button for a second to save it.

TRIGGERING

After the Reflex Game is won, it is seen as a triggered sensor by the Universal puzzle controller. After 5 seconds of being won, you can reset the Reflex Game by triggering the sensor connected to it.

Step 5

Connect the Reflex Game to the Universal puzzle controller with the included Ethernet cable and use it with other sensors to create any puzzle you want.You'll find more information about puzzle modes in the Universal puzzle controller's manual.