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My understanding (from the call with the game designer) is that it has to be made by Lego; therefore, Hitechnic would not be approved.


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From: First Lego League in Virginia and DC [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Jason Minto
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Subject: [VADCFLL-L] Competition Approved Sensors

How do officials determine whether or not a sensor may be used in the competition?

There are a couple of vendors like Hitechnic that sell "certified" sensors.  LEGO has recently started reselling some of these sensors.

So, if our team was to purchase a gyroscopic sensor, how would the officials determine whether or not that sensor may be used?

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