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Resolved by Rich!
How do you connect the Ultrasonic Distance Sensor without losing servos. and How do you set up the robot to run on its own using the Ultrasonic Distance Sensor to keep it from bumping things? *confused*
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You connect the ultrasonic sensor up using 2 accessory extensions and soldering them to the pins on the ultrasonic sensor. Tutorial
Wire like this
As for moving on it's own, there are a few options. Some are mentioned in the tutorial however a lot use the Ping Roam script I wrote which is all here
In doing so I would connect the GND to BL, ECHO to ORG, TRIG to WH, and VCC to WH and to the board ex. D0 (inside pin 1) Bk, Org, WH, and D1 (inside Pin 1 ) Wh __ __. Is this correct? *confused*
The sensor will require two extensions.
Check the tutorial video for the sensor, it is all covered in the video and all clarified in the replies above.
Have a look at the ping roam scripts I have written, you may need to adjust them to suit your requirements but it's all there and the scripts have been commented to explain exactly what part does what so should be easy enough to adapt.
Here is the topic which includes the scripts, explanations and a link to the project file which has it all set up and ready to go.