BBC micro:bit v2 GO - The BBC micro:bit is a pocket-sized codeable computer which is super easy to use and can be used across the curriculum, not just STEM subjects.
Kitronik Inventor's Kit for the BBC micro:bit - This Inventor's Kit contains everything you need to complete 10 experiments including using LEDs, motors, LDRs and capacitors.
- Size: approx. 5cm x 4cm
- Weight: 8g
- Processor: Nordic Semiconductor nRF52833
- Memory: 512kB Flash, 128kB RAM
- Interface: NXP KL27Z, 32kB RAM
- Microphone: MEMS microphone and LED indicator
- Speaker: On board speaker
- Logo Touch: Touch sensitive logo pin
- Edge Connector: 25 pins. 4 dedicated GPIO, PWM, i2c, SPI and ext. power. 3 ring pins for connecting crocodile clips/banana plugs. Notched for easier connection. The micro:bit can read values from sensors and control things like motors or robots
- I2C: Dedicated I2C Bus for peripherals
- Wireless: 2.4Ghz Micro:bit Radio/BLE Bluetooth 5.0
- Power: 5V via Micro USB port, 3V via edge connector or battery pack, LED power indicator, Power off (push and hold power button)
- Current Available: 200mA available for accessories
- Motion Sensor: ST LSM 303. On-board motion detector or 3-AXIS digital accelerometer that can detect movement e.g. shake, tilt or free-fall and use it to control motion activated games
- A 5x5 LED matrix with 25 red LEDs to light up and can display animiated patterns, scrolling text and alphanumeric characters
- Two programmable buttons. Use them as a games controller, or control music on a smart phone
- Micro-USB controller: This is controlled by a separate processor and presents the micro:bit to a computer as a memory stick
- System LED x 1 yellow
- System push button switch x 1
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