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    ElecFreaks Crystal Battery Box for 2xAAA Batteries

    Manufacturer: Elecfreaks
    This is a battery box specialized for micro:bit. You can place two AAA batteries into the battery holder, switch on and then it will supply power to micro:bit via PH2.0 connector.
    SKU: EF11085
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    Kitronik Clippable Servo

    KI 25105
    Kitronik's new clippable servo has had the standard pin header replaced with super useful crocodile clips. This allows it to be used in projects that feature other clippable connection points, such as projects utilising the Kitronik Klip Motor Driver.

    The 180 degree rotation servo is based on the Feetech FS90MG-CL and features metal gears, which are more reliable and hard-wearing than their plastic counterparts. The servo is rated to operate between 4.8V - 6V, which gives output Torque of between 1.8kg - 2.2kg respectively. If the clippable servo is being used in micro:bit projects, a separate power supply is required. If you are using the Kitronik Klip Motor Driver, the power can be taken directly from the Klip motor driver board.

    The servo can rotate approx. 180 degrees, or approx. 90 in each direction, and it can be driven with any standard 180 degree servo code/libraries. It can be coded using the MakeCode or Python editors which makes it ideal for novice or expert level microbit projects.

    The servos are supplied with four horns and the associated fixings which should allow you to slot these servos into your projects with relative ease and without the need to make custom horns.

    Note: This servo requires a separate power supply from the controlling micro:bit. Attempting to power this servo directly from the micro:bit is likely to cause permanent damage to the micro:bit.

  • The clippable servo has had the standard pin header replaced with super useful crocodile clips.
  • Small and compact yet high power output, 1.8kg of Torque at 4.8V and 2.2kg at 6V.
  • Metal gears for strength and durability.
  • It can be coded using the MakeCode or Python editors
  • Suitable for RC models and Robotics projects.
  • 180 degrees of rotation, 90 in each direction.
  • Operating Voltage of 4.8V - 6V.
  • It can be used with Kitronik clippable micro:bit accessories, such as the Kitronik Klip Motor Driver.

  • Contents:
  • 1 x Kitronik Clippable Servo with 4 horns and fixings.

  • Dimensions:
  • For Servo dimensions, please see the Technical Drawing.
  • Lead Length: 250mm.
  • Clip Length: 34mm.

  • €7.95
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    Mini 360 Degree Continuous Rotation Servo

    KI 2589
    This FS90R Mini 360 Servo by Feetech is a great value multi-purpose micro size servo and it's ideal for use with micro-controller systems like the BBC microbit, Arduino, Raspberry Pi and PICAXE. It's miniature size also makes it great for use in radio controlled models and small robot projects.

    This is a 360 degree continuous rotation servo. Its operation is very different to that of a standard servo. Instead of going to a specified angle, this servo will be static at a 1.5ms pulse (a trimmer is included to tweak this), a longer pulse gives forward rotation and a shorter pulse give backwards rotation.

    The FS90R continuous rotation servo converts standard RC servo position pulses into continuous rotation speed. The default rest point is 1.5 ms, but this can be adjusted by using a small screwdriver to turn the middle-point adjustment potentiometer. Pulse widths above the rest point result in counterclockwise rotation, with speed increasing as the pulse width increases; pulse widths below the rest point result in clockwise rotation, with speed increasing as the pulse width decreases.

    It comes with mounting screws and a range of horns to suit most applications. You can use any servo code, hardware or library to control these servos, so it's great for beginners who want to make things move without the need for a motor driver board. These servos are fully compatible with our Servo:Lite board which is also included in the :MOVE mini buggy kit for the BBC microbit.

  • Great value miniature servo.
  • 360 Degree Operation.
  • Control horns included.

  • Contents:
  • 1 x Mini 360 Degree Servo and accessories.

  • Dimensions:
  • Length:23.2mm.
  • Width: 12.5mm.
  • Height: 22mm.

  • Compatible with:
  • Raspberry Pi Pico
  • Micro:Bit
  • €8.25
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    Micro:bit V2 GO

    MIC 494
    With the micro:bit Go Bundle you have a complete set to get started coding right away. This bundle includes a micro:bit board, micro USB cable, battery holder and 2x AAA batteries.

    The BBC micro:bit is a pocket-sized computer that introduces you to how software and hardware work together. It has an LED light display, buttons, sensors and many input/output features that, when programmed, let it interact with you and your world. The new micro:bit V2.2 with sound adds a built-in microphone and speaker, as well as an extra touch input button and a power button.

    For more information please see below

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    Kitronik Klip Motor Driver for Micro:bit

    KI 5655
    The Klip Motor Driver for the BBC micro:bit does much more than just drive motors. It also breaks out pins 0, 1, 2, 3V and GDN (just like the main pads on the BBC micro:bit itself), and there’s a ZIP LED output as well, along with the battery voltage and another GND connection. All of these pads are designed specifically for use with crocodile clips and banana plugs. That means no soldering or fiddling with connection blocks. Also, the pads have been designed and spaced to make it difficult to short two together with crocodile clips. This makes it ideal for use with younger children who can build buggies with little more than a couple of motors, a chassis, some elastic bands and the clip motor driver. .

    It can run two DC motors simultaneously, both clockwise and counter-clockwise, and at varying speeds. Some examples of motors to use would be right angled geared hobby motors and solderless gearmotors. The ZIP LED output connection is ideally suited for use with the ZIP Hex boards, as they also have croc-clip connections.

    The main BBC micro:bit pin breakout section is great for controlling the Kitronik :CITY products, such as: STOP:bit, LAMP:bit & ACCESS:bit. The board also features status LEDs. There are LEDs for board powered on, pins 0, 1, 2, 3 and also the two motor outputs. The motor indicator LEDs don't just monitor activity, they also indicate which direction each motor is running in, green for forwards and red for backwards. These LEDs don't just look nice, they are a great way of visually troubleshooting your code and they even allow you test your code without having to connect motors or devices to pins 0, 1, 2, 3.

    Power is provided via the integrated battery supply (3 x AA, 4.5V), and the board then produces a regulated 3.3V supply which is fed into the 3V and GND connections to power the connected BBC micro:bit, removing the need to power the BBC micro:bit separately.

    Kitronik have produced a set of custom blocks for the MakeCode editor to simplify using the Klip Motor Driver. To add them to the editor, select the cog icon in the top right of the editor. Then, select Extensions from the drop down menu and in the search bar type and enter Kitronik. Pick the tile from the list and the new blocks will be added to the menu in the editor. We've also included blocks within this package for driving any ZIP LEDs you attach to the board. These are primarily for allowing younger children to write code using blocks that are easier to use other coding blocks for addressable LEDs.

  • Drive 2 x DC Motors simultaneously, both clockwise and counter-clockwise.
  • It breaks out Pins 0, 1, 2, 3V and GDN (just like the main pads on the BBC micro:bit itself).
  • Connect to the pads with crocodile clips and banana plugs.
  • There is also an out put design specifically for ZIP LEDs.
  • The main BBC micro:bit pin breakout section is great for controlling the Kitronik :CITY products.
  • Power is provided via the integrated battery supply.
  • Output and motor driver status lights for troubleshooting and testing code prior to attaching motors and devices.

  • Dimensions:
  • Length: 72mm.
  • Width: 70mm.

  • €19.75