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Creality 3D® Ultrabase 235*235*3mm Glass Plate Platform Heated Bed Build Surface for Ender-3 MK2 MK3 Hot bed (tempered glass bed)
Notes: Due to the different product batch, the position of Logo in the galss plate may change, thank you for your understanding.

Features:
 
- Excellent adhesion: Ultrabase covered by microporous coating, shows strong adhesion in printing.                            
- Easy to take off models by hand or with a little help from the scrapper for very large model           
- Ultrabase integrated with heated bed: Super Flatness, Fast and uniform heating           
- Durable: The special coating is inorganic and has a hardness of 8 Mohs, and it is capable to work at 400ºC.
- Easy to clean: Ultrabase is easy to clean by alcohol/water.

Specifications:

Size:
 235 x 235 x 3mm
Material: Tempered glass
Application: For ender-3/pro 3D printer

 
Temperature Settings For Different Filaments:
1.PLA: 50-65ºC
2. ABS: 80-120ºC
3. PC: 100-125ºC
4. Nelon: 100-130ºC
5. PP: 100-130ºC
6. PETG: 70-90ºC
7. TPU: 40-60ºC

Package Includes:


1x Creality 3D® Glass Platform
R659.90  Inc VAT
ZeroDock (zerodock)
Description:

The ZeroDock is an all-in-one desktop prototyping dock for your Raspberry Pi Zero .

Little brother to ProtoDock , ZeroDock will keep your desk tidy and all of your Raspberry Pi Zero accessories in one place. No more searching for your micro-SD cards , SD adapters , HDMI adapters , USB shims , breadboards or even the Raspberry Pi Zero itself.

It’s all here, every time you’re ready to prototype a project, in one neat and tidy package.

Please note: Simple assembly required. Please see the assembly guide.

The default configuration holds a mini breadboard (included), an SD card adapter, 2x micro SD cards, 2x USB devices, a micro-USB shim and of course the Raspberry Pi Zero itself.

Users can decide to use the micro-USB shim slot to hold a micro-HDMI adapter, or you may want to hold a Portsplus or similar GPIO reference card in the SD adapter slot. You can choose to store your USB micro-SD card reader or even other larger USB devices such as the USBDoctor. Use it in whatever way works best for you.

All of the Raspberry Pi Zero ports are accessible from the ZeroDock, including the camera port and reset/composite pin header. pHATs are also not obstructed, so you’re free to prototype with your favourite add-on boards.

The case is a stylish mix of clear and black acrylic layers, black fixings and a clear breadboard, fitting in well alongside most desktop PCs/monitors.

Assembly guide available here


Kit includes:

• 4 layer laser-cut acrylic case
• Case and Raspberry Pi fixings
• Mini breadboard

Please Note - Raspberry Pi Zero & accessories not included (but the breadboard is!)

R224.90  Inc VAT
ProtoDock (protodock)
Description

The ProtoDock is an all-in-one desktop prototyping dock for your Raspberry Pi 4, Raspberry Pi 3 or any other 40-pin Model B Raspberry Pi!

Similar to its little brother the ZeroDock, the ProtoDock keeps your desk tidy and all of your vital Raspberry Pi accessories in one place.

Please note: Simple assembly required. Please see the assembly guide

No more searching for micro-SD cards, SD adapters, USB-C adapters or USB devices. It’s all here, every time you’re ready to prototype a project, in one neat and tidy package.

Our example configuration holds your Raspberry Pi 4, a 400-point clear breadboard, 4 micro-SD cards, an SD-adapter, 4x USB devices and 2x universal slots (great for USB-C adapters or anything else you want to store).

You can of course use the storage slots for whatever you like... Customise it and use it in whatever way works best for you!

Despite sitting flush with the top glass-effect acrylic layer of the dock, all of the Raspberry Pi’s ports are accessible, including access to the micro-SD slot. HATs can also be fitted*.

The dock is made up of 4 slick, sandwiched layers of matte black and glass-effect laser-cut acrylic! A really stunning and useful home for your Raspberry Pi and projects!

Assembly guide available here

Kit includes

  • 4 layer laser-cut acrylic dock
  • 400-point clear breadboard
  • Fixings and spacers

Please Note - Raspberry Pi & accessories not included (but the breadboard is!)

*Requires removal of the lower ProtoDock Raspberry Pi mounting screws, and removal of the upper HAT spacers, if applicable.

R255.90  Inc VAT
PiJuice HAT - A Portable Power Platform For Every Raspberry Pi (PiJuice HAT)
Description:

As one of the smallest systems around there are so many amazing things you could do with the Raspberry Pi if it was self-powered and portable. Introducing PiJuice! A fully uninterruptible power supply that will always keep your Raspberry Pi powered.

Our revolutionary PiAnywhere technology contained in every PiJuice HAT - is the best way to take your Pi off the grid! The real time clock (RTC) on board will let your Pi know what time it is even with no power input or internet connection. Alongside this is an integrated microcontroller (MCU) chip which will manage soft shut down functionality and a true low power deep sleep state and intelligent startup.

You will be able to always keep track of the charge levels and other info with the two built-in tri-coloured RGB LEDs, trigger events and scripts with the three programmable buttons and since the PiJuice will use up to just five of your GPIO pins (just power and I2C), the rest are free to diversify your project. The stacking header allows you to continue to use your existing HATs and add-ons with PiJuice.

Keep your Raspberry Pi running with solar, wind and other renewable power.

Ultimate integrated power is one thing but what if we could make the Raspberry Pi renewably powered too? Solar, wind, thermoelectric and other renewable power is free, clean, and green and we're proud to have developed an affordable and efficient renewable power solution for the Raspberry Pi! PiJuice is self-monitoring and, like a space satellite, can become a completely autonomous system. Use the PiJuice as part of an autonomous camera system, weather stations, off-grid desktops, and so many other great outdoor projects. View and buy the solar panels separately.

PiJuice Video

https://youtu.be/ESVaLw51YL8

PiJuice Features:

  • Onboard 1820 mAh off the shelf Lipo / LiIon battery for ~4 to 6 hours in constant use! (with support for larger Lipo Battery of 5000 or 10,000 mAH to last up to 24 hrs )
  • A Full Uninterrupted / Uninterruptable Power Supply solution.
  • Designed for the Raspberry Pi boards A , B , 2B, 3B, 3B and Pi4 but also compatible with Raspberry Pi Zero v1.3 and Raspberry Pi Zero Wireless.
  • Integrated Real Time Clock
  • Onboard intelligent on/off switch
  • Low power deep-sleep state with wake on interrupt/calendar event
  • Programmable multi-colored RGB led (x2) and buttons (x3) with super simple user-configurable options
  • Hardware watchdog timer to keep your Raspberry Pi on and working in mission-critical remote applications
  • Our revolutionary PiAnywhere technology ? the best way to take your Pi off the grid!
  • Full power management API available to Raspberry Pi OS with auto shutdown capability when running low on batteries
  • Raspberry Pi HAT compatible layout, with onboard EEPROM for easy plug and play operation
  • Low profile design to fit inside lots of existing Raspberry Pi cases!
  • Enhanced graphical user interface (GUI) available for easy install (via APT)
  • Customisable scripts for enhanced flexibility and full report of battery status
  • All GPIOs available via stackable header for ease of expandability and connectivity
  • Charge via on-board micro USB or via the Raspberry Pi micro USB (or from onboard pin headers)
  • Batteries can be charged from different type of sources and voltages
  • Replace the battery without downtime. Compatible with any single cell LiPo or LiIon battery
  • Fully CE and FCC tested design. Battery safety tested also.

Technical Information

  • The EEPROM can be disabled and its I2C address changed for increased compatibility with other boards
  • BP7X battery - original battery from Motorola Droid 2 (A955) - 1820mAh battery
  • Microcontroller is an ST Micro STM32F030CCT6 ARM Cortex-M0, 48MHz, F64KB, R8KB, I2C, SPI, USART, 2.4-3.6V
  • Charge IC - BQ24160RGET Charger IC Lithium-Ion/Polymer, 2.5A, 4.2-10V
  • Fuel gauge IC - LC709203FQH-01TWG Battery Fuel Gauge, 1-Cell Li-ion, 2.8%
  • EEPROM - CAT24C32WI-GT3 EEPROM, I2C, 32KBIT, 400KHZ, 1V7-5V5
  • Optional spring pin - Mil-Max 0929-7-15-20-77-14-11-0
  • Compatible with any 4 pin battery on board that can be used with 00-9155-004-742-006 battery contacts from AVX including the BP7X, BP6X, and any compatible batteries including the 1600mAh and 2300mAh ones from CameronSino (CS-MOA853SL and CS-MOA855XL)
  • There is an on board 4 pin screw terminal block for larger off board batteries. Any single cell LiPo / LiIon is compatible. However, you use your own sourced battery at your own risk. We HIGHLY RECOMMEND using a battery with an internal protection circuit and a NTC (temp sensor)
  • Optional header for offboard button - connected to same output as SW1
  • 6 pin breakout header - with two GPIO from the ARM Cortex-M0, Vsys, 5v0, 3v3, GND connections
  • Header for optional off board solar panel / wind turbine etc.
  • Optional RF Shield attachment - Harwin S02-20150300 (can also double as an inexpensive heatsink)
  • Input voltage range - 4.2V 10V
  • Output voltage - 3.3V and 5V
  • Output amperage - maximum current at 5V gpio is 2.5A and at VSYS output 2.1A, but also this depends heavily on battery capacity. For BP7X have measured around 1.1A at 5V GPIO and around 1.6A at VSYS output. Obviously, this also depends heavily on the current draw demanded by the Raspberry Pi/device itself. To achieve a maximum of 2.5A it will need battery over 3500mAh.
  • Boxed weight - 96g
  • Boxed dimensions - 12.2 x 10.8 x 3.5 cm
  • Unboxed weight - 57g
  • Unboxed dimensions - 6.5 x 5.6 x 2 cm

PiJuice HAT box contains

  • 1 x PiJuice HAT
  • 1 x Battery and battery surround
  • 1 x PiJuice guide
  • 4 x Mounting posts attached to PiJuice
  • 8 x Mounting screws (4 are already assembled to the board)
  • 1 x Pogo pin
  • 3 x Stickers

Software & Resources

R869.90  Inc VAT
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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