In this category you will find Micro:bit boards used in educational institutions. Also, there are various accessories for the Micro:bit board.
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This set of cables makes component conjugation when prototyping or testing much faster and easier. Set consists of 10 cables that have alligator connection on each end so you could hook it to any component easily. Moreover, your work will be even simpler because of different cable colors in the set.
BBC Micro:bit is well known in Croatia due to Croatian Makers project. Soldered is on its way to become the official distributor for Micro:bit in Croatia.
For those who are not familiar, micro:bit is small microcontroller board accompanied with bunch of sensors which makes learning programming logic easier, especially for kids. There are more than a few visual programming tools for this board which make programming really simple. It is programmed via USB port and besides sensors, it has 2 pushbuttons and 5×5 LED matrix display onboard.
Micro:bit is a very interesting board with lots of options that are used by many children in school or hobbyists, but who can say no to new features! So we decided to make a micro:bit add-on that will enable internet connection via WiFi! Finally, you’ll be able to connect your micro:bit projects to the Internet and to connect to the well known Internet of Things. WiFi:bit add-on is easy to use through a MakeBlock add-on or using completed Python examples.
Just insert micro:bit to the add-on, plug in the power cable (required) and you are ready! Open the examples and start sending and receiving data from the internet. There are even two easyC connectors on the WiFi add-on, which allow the simplest connection of I2C sensors and actuators with micro:bit. There are also available pins on the board which are isolated on standard spacing used for breadboard connections or connections with cables to additional components!
This silicone protective case fits BBC Micro:bit boards. The Micro:bit’s buttons are accessible through the holes in the case and the illumination provided by the LED matrix is visible.
The case has holes that allow access to JST and USB connectors and reset keys.
Proto:bit allows you to access all micro:bit pins. Connect it to breadboard or use cables to connect additional components to it. Also comes with 2 easyC connectors that allow you to easily connect additional I2C sensors, breakouts and actuators.
Holder for two AAA batteries of small dimensions with a JST connector at the end that connects to a standard input for batteries. Often used with BBC micro:bit.
SMD connector for BBC micro:bit board. 40 pins.