Activity 3 Basic Outputs Programming (vex) Introduction

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Activity 1.2.3 Basic Outputs Programming (VEX)


Computer programs are used in many applications in our daily life. Devices that are controlled by a processor are called outputs. These devices have a variety of functions such as producing motion, light, and sound. In this activity you will use ROBOTC to control several outputs.



  1. Form groups of four and acquire your group’s POE/CIM VEX® Kit under your teacher’s direction.

  2. Within your four student group, form a two student team known as Team A and a two student team known as Team B.

    1. Team A will use the VEX® Testbed without the ultrasonic and the light sensor.

    2. Team B will use the VEX® Testbed without the servo motor and flashlight.

    3. At the appropriate time, both teams will exchange testbeds.

  3. Connect the CIM VEX® testbed Cortex to the PC.

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