Re: Ultrasonic sensor problems
This may also be an issue of the sensor being outside of its usable range. Sonar sensors have a maximum and minimum range that they will work properly within; if the object being detected is too far away, the echoes either won't reach the sonar receiver with enough strength to be detected, or will take too long to 'ping' back to the receiver. If the object is too close, the sound wave 'pings' back too quickly for the sonar sensor to read it.
Taking a look at the Ultrasonic Range Finder's product page
on VEX's website, we see that the usable range for the sensor is "1.5 in to 115 in". Thus, moving an object any closer to the sensor than that may give unreliable results.
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