Nofer89

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  1. Nofer89

    SBrick General Discussion

    Our biggest dream is to work together with the LEGO on SBrick.
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    SBrick General Discussion

    We release the shipping costs, so you don't have to worry about it! Tamás show you, how to use your SBrick :
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    SBrick General Discussion

    Since we have no inputs, 'programming' will be something very simple. We currently thinking about the possibility to upload a predetermined "waveform", and make outputs follow that once or repeating it. You could make a blinking Christmas tree, traffic lights or such, but since the lack of inputs no really advanced programming will be available. We thought about implementing WeDo sensor support, but for now this seems somewhat out of reach. We will definitely think about it after the campaign and will do everything to make the best out of the pledger's money, and offer as much value as we can. I would be very happy if we could do that. :) Many thanks :) Now, you are part of the project :) Thank you very much! Keep your fingers cross for us, to reach the goal :) We send it to Apple last week, now we are waiting for the result, but we don't think it could be problem.
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    SBrick General Discussion

    We are very happy about your feedback!! If you like us, please support our project (http://kck.st/1sf6zOU) and you can be among the first who receive SBrick! And after that, if you want to get more information, pls. follow us on facebook: facebook.com/sbrick If you have any questions do not hesitate to write us: info@sbrick.com Thanks :) Yes, we also wanted it:) We hope that the project gathering funds and it will become commercially available for everyone. But we need you and maybe our dream can come true! So if you like the SBrick project, pls support us (kck.st/1sf6zOU ) and be a part of our project! You can get more information if you follow us on facebook: facebook.com/sbrick.
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    SBrick General Discussion

    - Yes, SBrick does have overcurrent and thermal protection. The OC trip current is between 1.6 and 3.5 amperes per channel, the recommended maximum current per channel is 1.5 amperes. Maximum recommended voltage is 11 volts, absolute maximum is 12 volts. - It does have a short circuit protection, we tested it quite a few times :o) - We did use the brick with 5292 a.k.a. "RC" motors, but only one at a time. However we did not notice any thermal issues: while the motor was _hot_ to the touch, the brick was barely lukewarm. Thanks for your feedback :) If you like us, check out our pledges: kck.st/1sf6zOU The OC trip current is between 1.6 and 3.5 amperes per channel, the recommended maximum current per channel is 1.5 amperes. Maximum recommended voltage is 11 volts, absolute maximum is 12 volts. Do you have any other questions?
  6. Nofer89

    SBrick General Discussion

    We are very happy about your feedback!! If you like us, please support our project (http://kck.st/1sf6zOU ) and you can be among the first who receive SBrick! And after that, if you want to get more information, pls. follow us on facebook: facebook.com/sbrick If you have any questions do not hesitate to write us: info@sbrick.com
  7. Hello! We are ethusiastic adult LEGO fans and we have developed this new remote technology (kck.st/1sf6zOU). We know that lego is not just a toy, but an expression of the passion of creation. We are very interested in your opinion! Once upon a time there was a group of LEGO fans that had a dream, namely the dream of not simply taking readily existing building blocks to create a new model, but rather to create something that would take the LEGO experience to an entirely new level. They started their journey half a year ago but in order to fully realize their dream they now need your support. Take a look at what they’ve achieved so far and play your part to help turn what was simply a dream six months ago into a reality today . What they have produced is the SBrick, a universal remote control unit that slots simply into your existing LEGO models and allows you to control up to 64 Power Functions® units using your smartphone or tablet. This is just one of the very many things it does (there is a full list of the features listed below). If you browse any of the LEGO forums worldwide, it soon becomes clear that this is something that this is something fans have wanted for a very long time and the good news is that this very product is here now.