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Answers To (Almost) All of your Powered UP Questions


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#1 Offline Hapori Tohu

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Posted Aug 10 2018 - 10:36 AM

LEGO has slowly been rolling out a replacement to the popular Power Functions system of motors, power sources, and IR controllers and receivers that have been used in Technic sets, trains, and more over the years. Called Powered UP, so far the new parts have made appearances in WeDo 2.0 for LEGO Education, LEGO Boost, and most recently the new 2018 trains and Batmobile. A lot of fans have had questions about the system and have been feeding them through their LEGO Ambassadors. Community Team member Kim Thomsen has compiled the questions, brought them to the Powered UP team, and shared some Powered UP AFOL Community Answers earlier this week. If you're interested in how these new motors and controllers impact your builds, go check it out!

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