16. Faulty Avoiding Obstacles of mBot2

This guide applies to:

mBot2, mBot Neo, and Cyberpi.


Routine Check


For details, please see this guide: Routines for Troubleshooting CyberPi or mBot2 Issues



In a Nutshell

Step by Step


If the reading varies as the distance changes, sensor functions normally.

If the reading stays at 0 or 300, the sensor may be faulty.

Please contact customer support for advice.


Related Knowledge

Not sure how to connect mBot2 to mBlock 5? Please see this guide:

How to Connect mBot2 to mBlock 5


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