Starter Kit BBC micro:bit

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Starter Kit BBC micro:bit

SKU: BXMBITKB

Everything you need to connect the BCC micro:bit electronic board to the computer and use it even when it’s not connected to the computer. It includes the BBC micro:bit board.

THE MICRO:BIT BOARD

The BBC micro:bit is a small programable board designed by the BBC foundation to learn how to program. It’s ideal to learn programming, robotics and electronics. It includes a display with 25 LEDs, movement sensors, light and temperature sensors and Bluetooth technology. It allows to program all kind of projects such as robots, musical instruments, alarms, etc. It’s an IoT platform (Internet of Things).

COMPATIBLE WITH THE MAKE CODE PLATFORM

Microsoft MakeCode is a free programming platform through a simple online graphic editor. It has an extense users community that shares tutorials and projects to help learning programming. The board can be programmed with JavaScript, Phyton and Scratch, by adding an extension.

EVERYTHING YOU NEED

The micro:bit Starter Kit includes the BBC micro:bit board, a battery holder for 2 AA batteries with ON/OFF switch, a 1 meter USB – Micro USB cable and 5 crocodile cables. It contains everything you need to connect the micro:bit bbc board to your computer and use it even when it’s not connected to the computer.

Technical Specifications

  • BBC micro:bit board
  • 25 individually-programmable LEDs
  • 2 programmable buttons
  • Physical connection pins
  • Lightand temperature sensors
  • Motion sensors (accelerometerand compass)
  • Wireless Communication, via Radioand Bluetooth

 

Box content

  • 1 BBC micro:bit board
  • 1 USB – micro USB cable
  • 1 Battery holder with ON/OFF switch (for 2 AA batteries, not included)
  • 5 crocodile cables

THE MICRO:BIT BOARD

The BBC micro:bit is a small programable board designed by the BBC foundation to learn how to program. It’s ideal to learn programming, robotics and electronics. It includes a display with 25 LEDs, movement sensors, light and temperature sensors and Bluetooth technology. It allows to program all kind of projects such as robots, musical instruments, alarms, etc. It’s an IoT platform (Internet of Things).

COMPATIBLE WITH THE MAKE CODE PLATFORM

Microsoft MakeCode is a free programming platform through a simple online graphic editor. It has an extense users community that shares tutorials and projects to help learning programming. The board can be programmed with JavaScript, Phyton and Scratch, by adding an extension.

EVERYTHING YOU NEED

The micro:bit Starter Kit includes the BBC micro:bit board, a battery holder for 2 AA batteries with ON/OFF switch, a 1 meter USB – Micro USB cable and 5 crocodile cables. It contains everything you need to connect the micro:bit bbc board to your computer and use it even when it’s not connected to the computer.

  • Technical Specifications

    • BBC micro:bit board
    • 25 individually-programmable LEDs
    • 2 programmable buttons
    • Physical connection pins
    • Lightand temperature sensors
    • Motion sensors (accelerometerand compass)
    • Wireless Communication, via Radioand Bluetooth

     

    Box content

    • 1 BBC micro:bit board
    • 1 USB – micro USB cable
    • 1 Battery holder with ON/OFF switch (for 2 AA batteries, not included)
    • 5 crocodile cables