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In EV3, use a negative number for the power to go backwards.
Procedure as follow, uninstall libusb_win32 driver; not disable activate back NXT fantom driver transfer MotorControl22.rxe with NeXTTool or TransferMotorControlBinaryToNXT.bat execute install-filter-win from directory libusb_win32/bin for USB NXT connection it work for me
We experimented with the invert motor block at the beginning of this year's FLL season with disappointing results. The invert motor block only worked with the large motor block and not the move steering or move tank blocks. Use a negative number in the power field to go in reverse.
In NXT-G if you place a block after another block it will run in succession. To get two motors running at the same time you can place two motor blocks, one at the start and the other just above or below. Drag the sequence beam (the white Technic beam) to the second block to complete the circuit. Don't forget to make sure the motor blocks are controlling ...
It depends on the programming language, but assuming you're using NXT-G then the Move block may be sufficient. The Move block is designed to coordinate 2 motors so that they both rotate at the same speed over a distance. The Move block has settings for speed/power of the motion. There is a forward/backward setting. There is also a steering setting, which ...
LEGO Power Functions would probably be the most suitable option. You could use a PF M-Motor (8883) combined with a PF AAA Battery Box (88000) which has a two-way switch and is more than capable of powering four medium size or two extra large motors (each item sold separately).
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