03-27-2017 02:44 PM
I am attempting to daisy chain (connect) two Mindstorm EV3's in LabView. I was able to connect to the two bricks to each other via bluetooth, and then connect one to the computer. However, LabView only recognizes the one connected to the computer. When I connect both to the computer (the program can be executed through the computer, it doesn't have to be deployed), it recognizes both. When I go to the schematic editor, however, it doesn't allow me to select one brick as a master and another as a slave. Once i define the master, I cannot select the slave. My question is, how do I go about successfully daisy-chaining to EV3's? I can do it with USB's or Bluetooth - whichever works.
04-07-2017 03:04 PM
I found some more information about daisy chaining EV3 Bricks on the Lego support website.
If you look at section 7.7, the site states that you can daisy chain by connect the bricks together with a USB cable. Furthermore, the site says that only one brick will be the "main" brick. Once the bricks are connected via USB, you might only have to define the master brick.
04-12-2017 03:01 AM - edited 04-12-2017 03:02 AM