gloomyandy wrote:Pin 6 as well as being a digital output pin can also be used as an analogue input pin (but this is read by the NXT Arm chip rather than the ATmega which reads pin 1). This pin can be sampled by the firmware at a much higher sample rate, and is currently used to read data from the Lego color sensor
Interesting... I wonder why this wasn't as well documented as most other pin features. Would the "high" value be 5V? I mean, would the top end of the analogue value be at 5V? I imagine I could use the color sensor block to read this, right? Sorry, OT.