Micro:bit is a small, programmable tiles, designed to make learning and teaching easy and pleasant. Allows users to read the introduction and application of ideas to digital games, projects, and robotics.
Micro:bit is a development board based on 32-bit CPU with core ARM Cortex M0. Has an accelerometer, magnetometer, Bluetooth, LED display 5x5 and many others. Module dimensions - 52 x 43 mm. In addition, the set includes basket with AAA batteries and USB cable - microUSB.
Micro:bit is a development board based on 32-bit CPU core ARM Cortex M0. Has an accelerometer, magnetometer, Bluetooth, LED display 5x5 and many others. Module dimensions 52 x 43 mm. the package has 10 pieces of: base boards, baskets for batteries, USB wires and 20 pieces of AA batteries.
The Grove Inventor Kit for micro: bit provides endless possibilities for development boards from BBC. The most important element of the set is a Grove shield for micro: bit v2.0 which gives the possibility to connect and use multiple Grove modules, including sensors, display and actuator for interacting with the micro: bit.
Micro:bit is a development board based on 32-bit CPU with core ARM Cortex M0. It has an accelerometer, magnetometer, Bluetooth, LED display of 5x5 and many others. Module dimensions are 52 x 43 mm. The set also includes the case, a sbasket for AAA batteries and USB - microUSB cable.
The starter kit is the best solution for people beginning to program using the block editor or mobile app. The set includes elements such as: minicomputer micro:bit, platform with breadboard, power board and the corner connector, USB cable, diodes, resistors and more.
Micro: Maqueen is a graphically programmed robot platform for micro:bit. It has interesting features, among them plug-and-play feature which allows children to quickly learn graphic programming in a playful way, maintaining children's interest in science and logical thinking. Designed for children aged 8+.
Smart toy based on the BBC micro:bit. It is equipped with the BinaryBots Totem Sensor board, which has two touch capacitive buttons, 4 addressed, multicolored LEDs, a light sensor, a buzzer, and Vibramotor. The crab was also equipped with a pair of claws with motors.
Smart toy based on the BBC micro:bit. It is equipped with the BinaryBots Totem Sensor board, which has two touch capacitive buttons, 4 addressed, multicolored LEDs, a light sensor, a buzzer, and Vibramotor. Spider was also fitted with a thread connected to the motor.
ElecFreaks Micro: bit Basic kit is for people who want to start learning programming and designing electric circuits. The set includes basic elements placed in modules, such as LED, ADKey module, limit sensor, a potentiometer and servo.
Experimental Box is a set that represents a completely new teaching aid developed by ElecFreaks. The set includes the basic elements, such as LEDs, button, buzzer, temperature sensor, servo, etc. the Manufacturer has also prepared a user's guide provides an example of how to program and use the modules in the kit.
ElecFreaks Ring:bit Car DIY educational robot based on a very popular development board - Micro:bit. The set is designed to introduce the children to the world of programming, electronics and robotics.
ElecFreaks Micro: bit Starter kit is designed for people beginning to learn the programming and designing electric circuits. The set includes the basic elements such as LEDs, buttons, buzzers, temperature sensor, servo, motor, etc.
Ring: bit car V2 from ElecFreaks is the smart car of the type "do it yourself", on the basis of the BBC micro:bit, and ElecFreaks Ring bit, it has advanced three channel GPIO, two of which are used to manage services and one is a channel of GPIO and allows you to easily connect various sensors and components.
Universal platform for micro:bit with two wheels and ball support. It has two micro DC motors with the motor control unit, LED RGB and a set of sensors for line tracking, obstacle avoidance, distance measurement, etc. Thanks to the integrated Bluetooth module and Wi-Fi 2.4 G the robot can be controlled remotely.
MeArm is just to self-Assembly shoulder robot for Micro:bit. The device was developed for children and adults to teach technology, engineering, and programming. Control of the boom is carried out using the joysticks, located on the Board or shoulder, the goal is to learn to program Micro:bit. Shoulder in blue. Kit does not include module Micro:bit.
Micro:arkade works with the module BBC Micro:bit. It is a miniconsole for self-assembly. With this set, you can build a controller with a shape similar to Nintendo NES controller, it is enough to combine multiple buttons and switches, without the need for soldering.