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  1. Zerobricks

    Generic Contest Discussion

    How about build a factory/production/sorting line?
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    Ferrari F40

    Instructions are posted literally a few replies before yours, just take 3 minutes and go through replies...
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    General Part Discussion

    Quite weak, the brake discs have bad pin clucth power. BUT adding an axle with a stop might help.
  4. Of course the BuWizz has low voltage, balancing, charging, overcurrent, etc... safety circuit. Yes, there is no more DC/DC converter for ports, the only DC/DC converter left is one for charging the battery.
  5. BuWizz 3.0 uses a 3S custom Lithium Polymer battery with a total capacity of 2300 mAh. This way we no longer have to rely on the DC/DC converter to increase voltage, therebye reducing power losses and increasing available currents.
  6. Zerobricks

    [RUMORS] 6x6 Mercedes Zetros

    No, that's just chassis flexing, just like with the Unimog.
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    BuWizz Motor

    Good question I've been experimenting a bit to find a good balance between performance and reliability and settled on a 1,1 A PTC fuse, which is higher compared to original 0,9 A Lego RC motor uses. Anything higher and you risk of burning out the motor when stalled. The motor can draw over 4 A when stalled at 12V, but the maximum constant current provided by this fuse is around 1,5 A, so at 12 V, you're looking at some 18 W of power.
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    BuWizz Motor

    Yes, of course!
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    BuWizz Motor

    As mentioned before a BuWizz 2.0 can fully one of the motor's power. You can of course use two, but you may run into power cut outs at high accelerations.
  10. There will be a beta test first and once things are working ok, the app will be released as an update to the exisiting version.
  11. You can't control PF motors (except the servo) as servo motor since they don't have any position sensors. Only (some) Powered Up, Spike, boost, etc... motors have that ability.
  12. That's not an easy to answer question, it totally depends on the types of motors, their loads, etc... But from tests I just made today a single 3.0 can fully power 2 of our motors + steering + LED without issues when accelerating hard.
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    Program Technic Hub via BuWizz app

    Lego's official Powered Up app?
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    Program Technic Hub via BuWizz app

    Buwizz app no longer supports the technic hub, it seems that Lego's firmware updates changed the communication protocol and there is no documentation in order to fix it...
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    [MOC] PC Case With 3D Printed Parts

    I know what my next PC "build" will be. Thank you for the inspiration.