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A category of powered LEGO products which offer direct and remote control of action bricks via Bluetooth. This system is the successor to Power Functions.

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Has anyone tried putting the Powered Up system in the Christmas train?

Just wondering if anyone has taken the powered-up ("Power Functions 2.0") Bluetooth system out of the Cargo Train 60198 or Passenger Train 60197 sets and put it in the Winter Holiday Train set 10254?
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Can PoweredUp trains talk to multiple Bluetooth remotes?

According to this review of the new 60197 passenger train you can only have one Bluetooth thing talk to the new LEGO battery box at a time. The new Power Up system as it currently appears in this ...
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Are there Powered Up compatible connectors available?

I'm interested in experimenting with custom LEGO Powered Up peripherals. Are there connectors available that I can use to interface with the hub?
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Which resistor value is used for which motor in Power Functions 2.0?

Based on the answer here it seems that resistors are used to detect what is plugged in with LEGO Power Functions 2.0. So which resistor values (or ranges) apply to which motors or other devices? Are ...
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Power Function 2.0 Pin out [duplicate]

Does anyone have the pin out spec for Power Functions 2.0? Have tried Google and Lego Ed for answers Is there a source for the connector and receptacle? I could not find any data on the connector
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What is inside the LEGO Powered Up M motor?

What is inside the M motor in the new Powered Up system? How is it different from the older Power Functions motor?
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LEGO Power Function PF 2.0 specification

Does anyone have the new Power Function 2.0 specification or pin out?
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Stacking motors on the Powered Up hub or Boost hub

The way the Boost/Powered Up connectors are designed, it's not possible to have multiple motors on the same output of a hub like it was possible with 9V or Power functions. However, since I only want ...
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Hacking the Bluetooth motor in the motorized LEGO® DC Super Heroes 76112 App-Controlled Batmobile

I'd like to hack the receiver / motor so I can control it from my Mac (or a PC if there is no other way). Recently LEGO released an app-controlled Batmobil - product detailed are here: https://shop....
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Are there active electronics in basic Powered Up motors?

Powered Up is a more advanced system than the Power Functions system that it is replacing. Does each component contain active electronics that identify it to the hub that it is connected to?
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What electronics are inside the LEGO Powered Up hub?

I'm curious what the internals of the new Powered Up hub look like? What components are inside?
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Extra pieces in 76112 Batmobile

I've been building the new app-controlled Batmobile. As far as I can tell, step 34 shows many more elements in the parts list than are actually used in the build. What is going on here?
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Is there an API for the Duplo 10874 train set?

I intend to buy this train set for my daughter. Apparently, the locomotive can communicate with an app via a bluetooth connection. My question is: is there any documentation available so that I can ...
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Can the Powered Up app be used to directly control the Boost Move Hub?

I have the LEGO Boost kit, and I'm wondering if I can control it directly using the Powered Up app rather than programming it using the Boost app. Is this possible?
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Are there additional motors and/or sensors that can be used to extend LEGO Boost?

What extra motors and sensors can be bought to extend the LEGO Boost (17101) set? I have heard the WeDo motors have the same connector but not if they are compatible with the Boost hub. Are they ...
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How many and what kind of batteries are needed for LEGO Powered Up?

I'm considering picking up one of the Powered Up train sets. What kind of batteries does the included Powered Up remote control system use?
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What is the range of the LEGO Powered Up remote control system?

I'm curious how far I will be able get away from my creation before the remote and/or smart device is no longer able to control it.
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How do I connect the LEGO Powered Up remote control?

I'm trying to use the Powered Up remote control to control my new train set, but it doesn't seem to work. Is there some process that I need to follow to connect or pair the remote with the Smarthub?
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How many motors can be controlled using the Powered Up system?

I'm wondering how many motors I can control at the same time using the LEGO Powered Up system? What components are required to make this work?
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Does my child need a smart device to control LEGO Powered Up train sets?

The first two Powered Up train sets can be controlled with smart devices (phone, tablet, etc). Is this required to control the trains?