dSwitch for the LEGO MINDSTORMS NXT
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dSwitch for the LEGO MINDSTORMS NXT

$ 45.00

  • Control any 110V device with your LEGO® MINDSTORMS® NXT.
  • Plugs directly into your NXT and EV3 motor ports.
  • EV3 Ready.
  • Program in NXT-G, RobotC, or NXC.
  • Comes as a kit, easily assembled.
  • See what you can make with the dSwitch on our blog here.

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Product Description

The dSwitch is a controller designed to be used with LEGO® MINDSTORMS® NXT hardware and software.

 

The dSwitch controls any appliance in your house, such as a light, a toaster, or anything else you can plug into a household socket.  The device acts as a switch, allowing your NXT inventions to turn off and on any appliance in the house!

 

The dSwitch is a fail safe device: when the control from the NXT is lost, power is shut off.  All models come fully grounded.

 

The dSwitch can easily be controlled with a motor block.  In terms of memory space, this is the most efficient method.  For ease of use, the NXT-G block is provided for download.  It allows for more clear reference and ease of use when writing a NXT-G program.

 

See more about the dSwitch on our blog here.

 

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Downloads

More information on the dSwitch can be found in the dSwitch Manual.

Visit our Downloads section for blocks, example programs, and projects for the dSwitch.

 

Technical Specifications

  • Voltage: 110 Volts
  • Max Amps: 10 Amps
  • AC Input: NEMA 5-15P Plug
  • AC Output: NEMA 5-15R Receptacle
  • Operating Times: 10 ms max actuate, 5 ms max release
  • Life Expectancy: 50,000 operations @ 10 amp, 125 VAC

 

More on the dSwitch

Check Plastibot’s use of the dSwitch to maintain the temperature of a fish tank. 

See thenxtstep’s review of the dSwitch here.

Search our blog for the latest posts on the dSwitch here.