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    Micro:bit V2 loose single

    Manufacturer: micro:bit
    Micro:bit V2 is a tiny, programmable computer board designed to teach kids and beginners about coding, electronics, and robotics. The board features a range of sensors, buttons, and LED lights that can be programmed using various programming languages and visual programming tools.

    Now includes both a speaker and microphone as well as many of the same great features students have used for years. It's easier than ever to use sound and touch to get creative in the classroom.

    Using the micro:bit V2, students will be able to sense and react to sound with the built-in microphone and play sound with the built-in speaker while coding in MakeCode, Python, or Scratch!
    SKU: MIC 548
    Availability: 276 in stock
    €19.95
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  • Contents:
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  • 1 x Finger Adjust Spindle.
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  • 2 x Green 5mm LED.
  • 1 x RGB 5mm LED.
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    Power is provided via either a terminal block or servo style connector. The supply is then controlled by an on/off power switch to the board. There is also a green LED to indicate when the board is turned on. 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. This removes the need to power the BBC micro:bit separately. The 3V and GND pins are also broken out on the Link header, which means external devices can also be powered.

    To use the compact robotics board, the BBC micro:bit should be inserted firmly into the edge connector, with the LEDs and buttons visible from the front.

    Kitronik has produced a set of custom blocks for the MakeCode editor to simplify using the Compact Robotics Board for BBC micro:bit. 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 Kitronik robotics Board from the list and the new blocks will be added to the menu in the editor.

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  • When used with a stepper motor, half-stepping is supported - but not micro-stepping.

  • Contents:
  • 1 x Compact Robotics Board for BBC micro:bit.

  • Dimensions:
  • Length: 68mm.
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  • Height: 10.6mm.
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