There are several ways to connect external components to the micro:bit. It is always important to have good contact with the copper tabs on the edge connector, while not touching the neighboring tabs. Often cables with so-called alligator clips are used for this.The advantage of this method is t..
GamePad for micro:bit V4.0 is a micro:bit gamepad with a joystick. It adopts a high-precision three-axis analog amount joystick. The combination of joystick and gamepad allows you to control Maqueen's direction and speed at the same time. Moreover, there are 7 programmable buttons, which means y..
This handy little speaker with onboard analogue amplifier works great with micro:bit, and it's sewable and croc-clippable!We use this little speaker in our MINI.MU kits, and it's an ideal way to add some sound to your micro:bit projects, no soldering required.Just use ..
OverviewThis driver board gives your micro:bit the ability to drive two channel DC motors and three channel servos. It's an ideal choice for you to DIY mobile robots.Featuresmicro:bit edge connector, directly pluggable
2x DC motor interfaces, 3x servo interfaces
Integrates 5V ..
Make your micro:bit sing with noise:bit! It's a tiny speaker that packs a fair bit of punch, and it's perfect for BLEEPS and BLOOPS!Just slot in your micro:bit, and use the sound generation blocks and code in Microsoft MakeCode and MicroPython to generate to..
The snap:bit is an electronic component for the Snap Circuits educational electronic kit. It features a socket for connecting the BBC micro:bit. This allows the Snap Circuits to be programmatically controlled by the micro:bit.
All features of the micro:bit like the accelerometer and compass, the li..
The snap:bit extension kit is an extension for the main snap:bit board that controls Snap Circuits using the BBC micro:bit.Provides access to all 21 pins of the BBC micro:bit.
Allows connecting more than 3 SnapCircuit parts to the BBC micro:bit.
Can be stacked between the main snap:bit bo..
The STOP:bit for the BBC micro:bit is the ultimate upgrade for traffic light/pedestrian crossing projects. Not only does it make coding the project a breeze, but the board is also supplied pre-assembled so you don't even need to fire up the soldering iron. Love it or hate it, variations of the p..
Six handy touch-sensitive buttons and LEDs for your micro:bit. Use touch:bit as a controller for games on micro:bit's LED matrix, or combine it with the radio functionality and use it as a controller for your robot.Just slot in your micro:bit, then code touch:bit with the block-bas..
The Kitronik ZIP Hex LED has a single RGB LED which can be controlled with a Microprocessor to produce a full spectrum of colours.The LED is a WS2812Mini, for which software packages are available for the BBC micro:bit and other processors.The board has been specifically designed to allow yo..
This add-on pack for the Kitronik Inventors Kit for the BBC microbit provides the perfect way to learn about the wonderful world of ZIP LEDs. These LEDs are simple to control and can be used to produce a whole range of fantastic colours.Most consumer electronics heavily rely on LEDs, as LEDs are..
The Kitronik ZIP Tile is an 8 x 8 display panel for the BBC micro:bit. It can scroll text, show all the colours of the rainbow (and more) and multiple Tiles can be linked up to make even bigger displays!It features 64 colour addressable LEDs arranged in an 8 x 8 grid, ZIP LED expansion points on..