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Servo for micro:bit (servo for micro:bit)
Description:

The MonkMakes Servo for micro:bit board provides a really easy way to attach up to three servomotors to a BBC micro:bit. The board requires a power supply or battery pack to provide 5 or 6V to the servomotors. It includes a voltage regulator that will supply 3V back to the micro:bit, so that you don’t have to power it separately.

Features
  • Header pins for three servo motors
  • Up to 2A total can be supplied to the servo motors
  • Regulated 3V output to power your micro:bit
  • Polarity protection for the servomotors
  • Electrolytic reservoir capacitor for the servomotors
  • 1kΩ series resistors to the control signals to prevent accidental sort-circuits of the micro:bit’s output pins.
  • Orange LED to indicate that the Servo for micro:bit board has power.
Connections

The picture below shows a typical setup using the Servo for micro:bit board.

The following connections have been made:

  • 3 x servomotors plugged into header pins. These need to be the right way around, with the control signal (yellow or orange wire) to the left (pins marked c).
  • Alligator clip lead from GND on the micro:bit to GND on the Servo for micro:bit board.
  • Optional alligator clip lead from 3V on the micro:bit to 3V on the Servo for micro:bit board. You only need this if you want to power the micro:bit from the same battery pack as the servomotors. If you want to power the micro:bit over USB or the JST battery connector then you do not need this connection.
  • Alligator clip leads between P0, P1, P2 on the micro:bit to the Servo for micro:bit board. These need to match up with the servomotors you are using, so if you only need the board for one servomotor, then just connect P0 on the micro:bit to P0 on the Servo for micro:bit and make sure that there is a servomotor attached to the header pins marked 0.
  • Power to the screw terminal on the Servo for micro:bit. Typically this will be a 4xAA battery pack or other power supply. Make sure that the positive lead goes to the screw terminal marked with a
Test Software

To check that everything is working, this Blocks code project will get you started. Flash it onto your Servo for micro:bit and the servo arms should all start waggling in a random manner. You can see a video of this in action here.



The servo write pin block allows you to set the angle of the servomotor’s arm between 0 and 180 degrees. Note that servomotors, will not usually travel a full 180 degrees so you may find the actual range is more like 10 to 170 degrees.




R179.90  Inc VAT
BBC Micro:bit Acrylic Case Transparent Clear (acrylic case micro:bit)
Features :

The case is accurate design for Micro:bit , leave all interface to access the main board.
It is the transparent acrylic material , so you can keep watch of the condition of your Micro:bit all the time. 
This case is quite easy to install .
There is a layer of protective film sticker on the surface of acrylic , please tear it up gently before you use it .
 
Specifications :

1. Structure : Cover board bottom board gasket ( 3 color to choose ) screw and nut
2. Material : Acrylic
3. Weight : 17g approx

We also have silicone cases for Micro:bit


R54.90  Inc VAT
Battery Holder for BBC micro:bit 2 x AAA with switch (micro:bit battery box switch)

Description:

As micro:bit is gaining traction in this region, powering it is a must :)

If you are new to micro:bit, it is a powerful embedded platform or microcontroller board with easy to get started features, even easier than Arduino. It can be powered by USB micro B when loading the program, or you can use 2 x AAA batteries. So here comes the battery holder for this microcontroller.



This is a 2 x AAA battery holder for micro:bit with cover and ON/OFF slide switch. Neat!

Note: Battery & micro:bit is not included.

Features:

  • Terminated with 2-way JST connector, match with battery input on micro:bit
  • Holder for 2 x AAA batteries
  • ON/OFF slide switch
  • Comes with cover

What's in the box?

1 x Battery Holder with On/Off Switch



R34.90  Inc VAT
Robotbit - robotics expansion board for micro:bit (Robotbit)
Decription:

Robotbit is a robotic expansion board specially designed for micro:bit by the KittenBot team.

It has a powerful ability to drive DC motors, stepper motors, and servos. It also comes with an onboard buzzer, four RGB pixels and releases all valid IO from micro:bit, with support for the most common electronics module in the market.

It comes with an 18650 battery holder, integrated lithium battery boost, charging and protection chip. Support for external power input. Mechanical support for a robotic chassis and LEGO technical slots.

For more details and tutorials please click here

micro:bit, 18650 battery and Kitty case not included, but we have them all on the store!

SUPPORTED SOFTWARE
  • Kittenblock (based on Scratch3.0)
  • Makecode and python(Mu editor in microbit mode)
HARDWARE INTERFACE



  1. 5V external power input(with anti-reverse protection)
  2. Power switch
  3. Power Indicator
  4. Battery Indicator
  5. Micro USB charging port
  6. 4-channel DC motor / 2-channel stepper motor
  7. Jumper for buzzer selection
  8. 8 channel IO(corresponding to Micro:bit P0-P2、P8、P12-P15)
  9. 5V and GND port
  10. Buzzer
  11. 8 channel servo port
  12. I2C interface (expandable I2C module)
  13. 18650 battery case
  14. Battery protection recovery push button
  15. Micro:bit edge connector
  16. 4x RGB pixel
  17. Servo driver (PCA9685)
  18. 2xDc/Stepper driver (DRV8833)
  19. KittenBot robot chassis mounting hole
  20. Standard LEGO hole
Specifications
  • Dimensions: 78mm x 57mm x 23mm
  • PCB Thickness: 1.5mm
  • Small mechanical hole: 3.0mm
  • Big mechanical hole: 4.8mm
  • Net weight (without packaging): 37.5g
  • 18650 battery voltage: 3.7V
  • USB input voltage: 5V
  • VM pin max output: 1A (with onboard battery)
  • External Voltage Input (the green terminal): 5V (only supports 5V input, do not connect over 5V, maximum current supports 3A)
R345.44  Inc VAT
R399.90
Kitronik :MOVE Motor for the BBC micro:bit(V1 & V2) (Kitronik:MOVE Motor)
Description:

Develop your coding skills with the Kitronik :MOVE Motor for micro:bit, a fun introduction to buggies and robotics.

The Kitronik :MOVE Motor for the BBC micro:bit provides a fun introduction to buggy robotics. More than just a programmable buggy, learning to use all of the included features will give the budding roboteer a solid grounding in robotics as a whole.

Learn about movement, how to utilise light and sound, obstacle detection and avoidance, and how to code :MOVE Motor to follow a line. When used in conjunction with the micro:bit's radio features, the possibilities are endless.

Attached to the chassis are two bi-directional DC motors with variable speed control. The wheels have rubber tyres and are a simple push-fit onto the motor shafts. Slot a BBC micro:bit into the edge connector and you are ready to code. There is no other assembly required and no tools required.

There are built-in battery holders for 4x AA batteries. This provides a regulated voltage supply to power the BBC micro:bit which is fed into the edge connector. There is also a power switch to conserve batteries when the buggy is not in use.

The micro:bit slots into the onboard edge connector. Code the micro:bit, plug it into the buggy, switch the power on, and then play.


CODE IT !

:MOVE Motor can be coded using the Microsoft MakeCode editor. Kitronik has produced a set of custom MakeCode blocks to simplify coding the completed buggy. The booklet that comes with the buggy contains more detailed instructions on using the blocks and writing code. If you are feeling more adventurous or relish a challenge, :MOVE Motor can also be coded with Python.

Also within the booklet (that comes inside the box), are some quick tutorials to get you started. There are also additional online tutorials and step by step guides for extra projects.

Note:

  • This kit does not include a micro:bit, a micro:bit can be obtained from here.
  • No soldering is required!
  • Minimal assembly required.



Specifications :


Length110mm.
Width90mm.
VoltageNominal 4.8 - 6V (4xAA batteries).
MotorsPins 19 and 20 (via I2C).
Audio BuzzerPin 0 (Standard Music Pin).
Visual (4x ZIP LEDs)Pin 8.
Line Follow (IR)Pins 1 (Right) and 2 (Left).
UltrasonicPins 13 (Trigger) and 14 (Echo).
Servo Connections2 on Pins 15 & 16.


Features :
  • The Kitronik :MOVE Motor for the BBC micro:bit provides a fun introduction to buggy robotics and coding.
  • It is backed up by a range of fun tutorials to introduce you to all of the great features.
  • All of the tutorials and resources are free.
  • There is no soldering required and assembly is quick and super simple.
  • The buggy features two bi-direction DC motors.
  • There are ultrasonic distance and line following sensors onboard.
  • It also features a Piezo sounder and pen mount.
  • There are 4 full-colour programable ZIP LEDs.
  • Two pin outputs that are ideal for servo connections (can be used for other inputs and outputs).
  • The battery holder is built onto the chassis.
  • The buggy is also fitted with a power switch to conserve the batteries.
  • There is also an onboard edge connector for the micro:bit, code, plug and play.
  • Kitronik has produced custom MakeCode blocks to simplify coding with the MakeCode editor.







R599.90  Inc VAT
16 in 1 Building:bit Programmable Building Block Kits (building:bit building block kit)

16 in 1 Building:bit Programmable Building Block Kits


Description:

The Building:bit comes with the Super:bit Expansion board and it works with both micro:bit V1 and micro:bit V2(micro:bit not included)


16-in-1 superkit programmable building block kit is designed based on BBC micro:bit, which is composed of Super:bit expansion board, building block servo, Building block motor, battery, and 358 building block parts.

We combine building blocks with electronic devices to bring your building blocks to life, and they can also play music and realize colorful lights. On the one hand, it allows children to learn to program. On the other hand, it can also cultivate children's practical ability and stimulate creativity by assembling building blocks.

Features:

  • Compatible with both micro:bit V1.X and V2.
  • The building:bit kit is designed based on BBC micro:bit, equipped with Super:bit professional expansion board.
    • The most popular microcontrollers for children are suitable for STEAM education.
    • Super:bit expansion board specially designed for micro:bit can perfectly integrate with building blocks, build any shape, and drive building block servo, motor, RGB lights and other devices.
  • 16 kinds of building block models full-color printing project instruction manual
    • The building block parts of this kit are dominated by blue and white, the whole is full of science and technology, which can be assembled into N models.
    • The manual includes assembly steps of 16 kinds of models and basic instruction content for programming.
  • MakeCode programming Python programming, suitable for users of different ages.
    • MakeCode programming: It can effectively reduce the learning threshold and improve children's interest in learning by dragging and splicing colorful building blocks
    • Python programming: A string of character commands control the building blocks, writing a wonderful chapter belonging to the Makers and building block enthusiasts.
  • Support App/game handle remote control
    • When using different equipment to interact with the building blocks, the user can experience the fun brought by technology.
  • Compatible with Lego building block, various gameplays
    • 16 kinds of models with up to 80 gameplays, such as spider walking, helicopter propeller rotation, car wriggling, cannonball shooting, etc.
    • Users can also expand through more Lego bricks and build more interesting shapes.
  • Programming language: MakeCode graphical programming / Python programming







Specifications:


  • Remote control method: APP/micro:bit gamepad
  • Main material: ABS
  • Package Weight: about 1400g
  • Packing box size: 288 * 213 * 68mm
  • Battery type: Rechargeable lithium battery
  • Lifetime: 120 minutes
  • Battery energy: 3.7V / 1200mAh
  • Working temperature: 4 ~ 40 ℃
  • Onboard function: RGB lights, buzzer, etc.
  • Number of building blocks: 358 high-precision building blocks
  • Motor / Servo: 2 motors, 1 servo


What's in the box:

    • 1 x 16 in 1 Building:bit kit

Resources:


R2,299.90  Inc VAT
micro:bit v2 (micro:bit v2 board)
Description:

micro:bit v2 is a brand new, super-charged version of the popular pocket-sized codeable computer, brought bang up to date with a microphone, speaker and upgraded processing capabilities.

With over four times the processing power and eight times as much RAM as the original micro:bit this new model opens up a world of new possibilities! We're especially excited about how well MicroPython will run on the new model where previously the limited RAM was a struggle.

Features

  • Upgraded processor (nRF52833)
    • 64MHz Arm Cortex-M4 FPU (over 4 times faster!)
    • 512KB Flash storage on board
    • 128KB RAM
  • MEMS Microphone with LED indicator and on-board speaker
  • 5x5 LED matrix display
  • Touch sensitive logo "button"
  • Accelerometer/compass
  • Light and temperature sensors
  • Sleep/off mode for batteries powered projects (w/ LED indicator)
  • Up to 200mA of current for external accessories
  • Bluetooth 5.0 radio allowing micro:bits to talk to each other
  • Notched edge connector (easier to connect things like crocodile clips and conductive thread)
  • Dimensions: 52mm x 42mm x 11.7mm

It's the same shape and size so should be already familiar to countless teachers and learners, and also compatible with the vast majority of add-on boards and accessories.

How does the BBC micro:bit work?

It's programmed with beginner friendly, drag and drop interface MakeCode with the option to progress into MicroPython later on, opening up even more programming possibilities!

It's packed with inputs, outputs, sensors and radio communication features that can be combined into and endless variety of projects.

Inputs and outputs: An important part of any computer system. As a very small computer, the BBC micro:bit has plenty of inputs and outputs to learn about and use.

LEDs: An LED, or light-emitting diode is an output device that gives off light. Your BBC micro:bit has a display of 25 LEDs for you to program.

Buttons: A very common input device. Your micro:bit has two "clicky" buttons and a touch sensitive button you can program, and a reset button.

Radio: A way of sending and receiving messages and BBC micro:bits can use radio waves to communicate with each other.

Accelerometer: A motion sensor that measures movement. The accelerometer in your BBC micro:bit detects when you tilt it left to right, backwards and forwards and up and down.

Compass: An input sensor that detects magnetic fields. Your BBC micro:bit has an inbuilt compass that can detect the direction in which it is facing.

Light sensor: An input device that measures light levels. Your BBC micro:bit uses the LEDs to sense the levels of light and lets you program your micro:bit as a light sensor.

Temperature sensor: An input device that measures temperature. Your BBC micro:bit has a temperature sensor inside the processor which can give you an approximation of the air temperature.

Pins: On the bottom edge of your BBC micro:bit there are 25 gold strips, called pins. These pins allow you to really get creative. You can create circuits, connect external things like buzzers and motors and make your own fun projects.

Sound: Your BBC micro:bit can be programmed to make a wide variety of sounds - from single notes, tones and beats to your own musical compositions.

Requires:

  • microB USB Cable for programming
  • Computer/laptop with Internet access
R269.90  Inc VAT
R329.90
WS AlphaBot2 robot building kit for BBC micro:bit V2 (no micro:bit included) (Alphabot 2 micro:bit)
Please note: Micro:bit is not included

Description:

This AlphaBot2 robot kit is designed to use with the BBC micro:bit (not included). It features rich common robot functions including line tracking, obstacle avoiding, ultrasonic ranging, Bluetooth/2.4G remote control, etc.

Thanks to the highly integrated modular design, it is fairly easy to assemble by a snap, no soldering, no wiring. After a few minutes spent on hardware assembling, you're almost there, our open source demo codes is ready to help you get started fast.

AlphaBot2 Features

AlphaBot2 employs a 2-layer structure to provide excellent stability and compatibility.

AlphaBot2-Base, the lower base chassis:

  • 5-ch infrared sensor, analog output, combined with PID algorithm, stable line tracking
  • Onboard modules like line tracking, obstacle avoiding, needs no messy wiring
  • TB6612FNG dual H-bridge motor driver, compared with L298P, it's more efficient, more compact, and less heating
  • N20 micro gear motor, with metal gears, low noise, high accuracy
  • Onboard RGB LEDs, true color lighting, pretty cool

AlphaBot2 for micro:bit, the upper adapter board for controller:

  • micro:bit dedicated connector, for easily connecting with the micro:bit
  • MP1584 voltage regulator, provides stable 5V output
  • RT9193-33 voltage regulator, provides stable 3.3V voltage to the micro:bit
  • TLC1543 AD acquisition chip, allows the micro:bit to use analog sensors
  • PCA9685 PWM control chip, I/O expander
  • Onboard buzzer to play music

What's on the AlphaBot2-Base


  1. AlphaBot2 control interface: for connecting sorts of controller adapter board
  2. Ultrasonic module interface
  3. Obstacle avoiding indicators
  4. Omni-direction wheel
  5. ST188: reflective infrared photoelectric sensor, for obstacle avoiding
  6. ITR20001/T: reflective infrared photoelectric sensor, for line tracking
  7. Potentiometer for adjusting obstacle avoiding range
  8. TB6612FNG dual H-bridge motor driver
  9. LM393 voltage comparator
  10. N20 micro gear motor reduction rate 1:30, 6V/600RPM
  11. Rubber wheels diameter 42mm, width 19mm
  12. Power switch
  13. Battery holder: supports 14500 batteries
  14. WS2812B: true color RGB LEDs
  15. Power indicator
What's on the AlphaBot2 for micro:bit (Adapter Board)


  1. micro:bit connector
  2. AlphaBot2-Base header: for connecting with the base board
  3. RT9193-33: 3.3V voltage regulator, stable power supply for the micro:bit
  4. PCA9685: PWM control chip, I/O expander, I2C interface
  5. TLC1543: 10-bit AD acquisition chip, allows the micro:bit to use analog line tracking sensor
  6. Buzzer
  7. MP1584 5V voltage regulator
Dimensions
Development Resources

Wiki : www.waveshare.com/wiki/AlphaBot2_for_micro:bit

This Kit Includes:

Note: this product requires two 14500 batteries to work, which are NOT included and should be purchased separately.

Note: the controller micro:bit is NOT included.

AlphaBot2 for micro:bit Acce Pack
  1. AlphaBot2 for micro:bit (adapter board) x1
  2. AlphaBot2-Base (base chassis) x1
  3. Ultrasonic sensor x1
  4. FC-20P cable 8cm x1
  5. USB type A plug to micro B plug cable x1
  6. AlphaBot2 for micro:bit screws x1
  7. Screwdriver x1
R949.90  Inc VAT
Battery Holder for BBC micro:bit 2 x AAA (micro:bit battery box)
micro:bit not included

Description:

This is a unique two-cell AAA battery holder built specifically for the BBC micro:bit. The 6" (~150mm) cable has been terminated with a JST-PH connector. The connector mates the JST socket on the micro:bit perfectly, allowing you to easily make your project battery powered.

Specifications:

  • Cable length: - 150mm
  • Holds 2 x AAA batteries
  • Fully compatible with micro:bit


What's in the box?

1 x battery holder

Resources:

Great links available at http://microbit.org/index/
R25.94  Inc VAT
R34.90
Kitronik LAB:bit educational platform for BBC micro:bit (Kitronik LAB:bit)
Crack the code with the Kitronik LAB:bit, the all-in-one laboratory for delivering KS2 computing in the classroom (7 - 10-year-olds).

Description:

The Kitronik LAB:bit for the BBC micro:bit offers a super fun way for children to learn about coding in an engaging and hands-on way. It has been specifically designed for the classroom for KS2 computing and is backed by online MakeCode tutorials, simplified custom blocks, and a detailed getting started guide. Supplied in the box are; a battery holder (3 x AA),  a wheel and tyre for the motor, and the detailed easy to follow guide. 

The board is absolutely packed with an impressive array of features and devices for easy delivery of fun and informative lessons. These include; a motor, ultrasonic distance sensor, 2 x large user-assignable tactile buttons (with indicator LEDs), a microphone, speaker (with volume control), 7 programmable ZIP LEDs(in an arc), A user-assignable potentiometer control, 2 x sets of traffic light LEDs, and LEDs arranged in a dice formation (that can also be used for displaying digits).

The board also features; an edge connector for the micro:bit to slot into, a pre-fitted protective acrylic cover, clip-able pads for attaching an additional motor, 2 x clip-able pads for attaching further buttons/switches, Colour changing power indication LEDS, a cutaway for easy reset button access, and pre-fitted anti-slip rubber feet.

This all in one laboratory environment ships with a detailed getting started guide, filled with step by step information that can easily be followed by either teacher or pupil. The guide starts with an introduction to using a micro:bit and the MakeCode editor, with each explained in detail. This is then followed by instructions for fitting the wheel to the motor. Each area of the board is explained in detail, complete with code examples for each. As with the previous sections, this part of the booklet has been designed so that it can be used by teachers and pupils.

Coding is done via the MakeCode blocks editor. Kitronik has produced custom blocks for the editor to ensure that they are suitable for use with pupils aged 7-10. Each area of the board has its own blocks that all slot together in intuitive ways and they have been organised into subdirectories by type. For example, all of the blocks for the motor are in one submenu and blocks for the traffic lights are in another submenu. There is also an 'other' submenu that contains blocks for the more advanced/older students who require an extra level of challenge. Detailed information on how to add these blocks to MakeCode can be found in the Getting start guide that ships with LAB:bit.

Power is provided via the provided 3 x AA battery holder into the DC barrel jack input. The board has been rated for a maximum of 6V and a minimum of 3V, 3V - 4.5V recommended. The onboard power regulation circuit provides power to the board and to the micro:bit, removing the need to power the micro:bit separately. LAB:bit has an inbuilt polarity protection circuit for the DC input. There is a Colour changing power LED to indicate when the battery voltage is getting low.


Note:

  • No soldering.
  • Minimal mechanical assembly required. The wheel needs to have the tyre fitted and then to be fitted to the onboard motor.
  • This kit is not supplied with a micro:bit. The micro:bit is available separately here.

Features:

  • LAB:bit is an all in one educational platform designed for the delivery of KS2 computing in the classroom (7 - 10-year-olds).
  • It's packed full of devices, LEDs, switches, sensors, and other programmable features.
  • It features an edge connector for the micro:bit to slot into, no tools required.
  • LAB:bit is supplied with a pre-fitted protective acrylic cover.
  • Additionally, there are clip-able pads for attaching an additional motor, 2 x clip-able pads for attaching further buttons/switches, colour changing power indication LEDs, and a cutaway for easy reset button access.
  • There are also pre-fitted anti-slip rubber feet to ensure that LAB:bit stays securely on the desk.
  • Code it with blocks in the MakeCode editor.
  • Kitronik custom blocks to make coding more intuitive and straightforward.
  • Custom blocks are grouped by type to make it easy to go straight to the blocks you need.
  • No soldering!
  • Minimal mechanical assembly required.
  • Supplied in the box are; a battery holder (3 x AA) and a wheel and tyre for the motor.
  • Power LAB:bit via the provided 3 x AA battery holder.
  • The board is rated for 3V - 6V.
  • It has an inbuilt polarity protection circuit for the DC input.
  • The onboard power regulation circuit provides power to the board and to the micro:bit, removing the need to power the micro:bit separately.
  • LAB:bit is supplied with a fully comprehensive getting started guide. It takes you through everything you need to know and can be followed by both teacher and pupils.

What's in the box ?

1 x Kitronik LAB:bit for the BBC micro:bit
1 x Yellow 5 spoke injection moulded wheel and rubber tyre.
1 x 3AA battery holder.
(* Micro:bit NOT Included *)

Requires the following :
micro:bit
- USB cable for connecting the micro:bit to a computer.
- 3 x AA Batteries.
- Optional - 5V USB Power Supply (1A or more).




(* Micro:bit NOT Included *)

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Kitronik Discovery Kit for the BBC micro:bit (KT Discovery Kit micro:bit)

Description:

The Kitronik Discovery Kit for BBC microbit is a great way to get started with both programming and electronics. The Kit contains five experiments that start very simply, building up to simulating real world systems as confidence grows.

The included booklet assumes no prior knowledge and contains detailed information about everything the new user will need to know. It covers everything from using a prototyping board to how to use the Microsoft MakeCode Editor, and everything in between. This is the ideal kit for someone who is new to the micro:bit, electronics, and coding.

The kit contains five experiments and all of the components required to complete them. Each experiment has; a complete code walk-through, a circuit diagram and a top-down breadboard view, full explanations of what is happening, and how the electronics work.

Note:

  • This kit does not include a micro:bit, a micro:bit can be obtained from here.
  • No soldering is required and you can build your first circuit in minutes!

Features:

  • This kit offers a great introduction to both coding and electronics.
  • No soldering required - build your first circuit in minutes!
  • Make the 5 experiments in the step-by-step tutorial book and learn as you go.
  • All parts are included to conduct the 5 experiments.
  • Once you have completed all of the included experiments, you have the perfect prototyping system for further adventures with the micro:bit.
  • The code can be created in Microsoft's easy to use MakeCode editor.


What's in the Box ?

1 x Breadboard breakout for the BBC micro:bit.
1 x Small Prototype Breadboard.
2 x Red 10mm LED.
2 x Yellow 10mm LED.
2 x Green 10mm LED.
10 x 330Ω Resistor.
1 x Piezo Element Buzzer.
10 x Male to Male Jumper Wires.



The included experiments are;
  • LED Control Circuit.
  • Buzzer Jukebox.
  • Lights in sequence.
  • Digital LED Thermometer.
  • Traffic light with pedestrian crossing.

Requires:


Resources:

Below you will find three links. We have produced the code for each of the experiments, for each of the additional challenges, and also Python versions of each of the experiments. Each of the downloads are zip files, which will need to be unzipped to access the code examples. We have included two versions for each python experiment, a HEX file and a PY file.

MakeCode Instructions:

Connect the micro:bit to a spare USB port on your computer. The micro:bit will show up as a removable disk drive in File Explorer (Windows). Once unzipped, the individual MakeCode files can be dragged and dropped onto the micro:bit in File Explorer (Windows). An orange light will begin to flash on the rear side of the micro:bit, once the flashing stops the transfer is complete and the program can be run. Alternatively, the files can be dragged and dropped directly into the MakeCode editor.

 

Python Instructions:

Connect the micro:bit to your computer in the same way as outlined above. The HEX versions can be dragged and dropped onto the micro:bit in the same was a MakeCode HEX files. Alternatively, the files can be dragged and dropped directly into the Python editor or a Python ready editor of your choice.

Third-Party Resources:

Insight Resources Mr Bit is an online educational coding platform that also features sections devoted to some of our key micro:bit accessories, including this kit. This content has been developed by Insight Resources and any questions relating to them should be directed at their contact information. To access these resources, please visit;




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