This code doesn’t go forward and says that the sensor detects 0.00 mm
iirc, the distance sensor returns -1, which is less than 300, if it doesn’t detect anything.
How far away is the target that the sensor is looking at? Also, can we see a picture of the mount?
If the sensor is close to the ground or a wall of some kind, it will think something is in front of it. I had similar trouble with this before, and I just needed to move the sensor farther off the ground. This was an IQ distance sensor though, I’ve never used a V5 distance sensor.
That is your problem. The V5 distance sensor and IQ distance sensor, as far as I know, encode information in different ways. So when the brain receives the IQ distance sensor values, it doesn’t know what it is saying. What I would do first is to change out your sensor to a V5 sensor
I think we are assuming that the original question was meant for a V5 sensor. I think @Time_Genius was simply stating that they had this issue with a IQ sensor and that it might work for the V5 one.
Maybe I’m misunderstanding but I’m pretty sure the issue is not what kind of sensor they are using.
This is a picture of the mount. Also when we view the device in the devices module of the brain, it is detecting the right values unlike in autonomous code