KEYESTUDIO Basic Starter Kit for BBC Micro bit V2, Graphical Programming Built-in Bluetooth Compass, Motion Detection, LED Display Coding for Kids Teens + Battery Holder & USB Cable for Microbit

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Original micro:bit v2.2 Bundle

New micro:bit with sound

The new micro:bit with sound has a built-in speaker on the back so you even more easily add music and new sounds to your projects.

Touch logo – new

The new micro:bit has an extra input. The gold logo also works as a touch sensor. You can use it as an extra button in your programs, in addition to the A and B buttons.

Yellow USB LED – new

On the new micro:bit a yellow LED light flashes when your computer is communicating with the micro:bit over USB, for example when you flash a program file.

The BBC Microbit is easy to get started with via the Free tutorials and project ideas that are available on the micro:bit website. Connect the micro:bit to computer via a micro USB cable. Your micro:bit will show up on computer as a drive called ‘MICROBIT’. Using micro bit MakeCode Block editor, write and download micro:bit code ‘hex’ file.

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Please Note the micro:bit V2 is delivered in random color.

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25 LEDs Display

An LED, or light-emitting diode is an output device that gives off light. Your BBC micro:bit has a display of 25 LEDs for you to program.

Attach crocodile clips to pins

On the bottom edge of your BBC micro:bit there are 25 gold strips, called pins. These pins allow you to really get creative. You can create circuits, connect external things like buzzers and motors and make your own fun projects.

Power Supply Modes

The USB interface chip is used for flashing new code to the micro:bit, sending and receiving serial data to and from your computer by USB.

Instead of powering your micro:bit from the USB socket, you can unplug it from your computer and use a battery pack instead. This is really useful if you want to take your micro:bit outside, wear it or play games with it. It can run for a long time using just two AA 1.5V batteries.

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Packaging Lists:

1x Original micro:bit controller v2.2 with user guide1x Black USB cable L=1m 1x 2-cell AA Battery Holder10x Alligator clip line 1x Protective Case for micro:bit v2

Compatible
for microbit v1.5 & v2 for microbit v2 for microbit v1.5 & v2 for microbit v2 for microbit v1.5 & v2

Tutorial

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BBC Micro:bit Development Board V2.2 is included! New micro:bit with sound.
Battery holder with On-Off switch to power the micro bit which is very convenient for controlling
Micro:BIT is a great platform to start, you code visually with blocks and that prevents a lot of naive syntax errors
Technical Support: Connection Diagram, Sample Code, Using Method and User Guide are provided in our wiki page. Technical support is available via email or message.
It has a led matrix, compass, accelerometer and BLE, which makes it easy to reprogram as smartwatch, logging platform, gesture controller, or app controlled things.

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KEYESTUDIO Basic Starter Kit for BBC Micro bit V2, Graphical Programming Built-in Bluetooth Compass, Motion Detection, LED Display Coding for Kids Teens + Battery Holder & USB Cable for Microbit
KEYESTUDIO Basic Starter Kit for BBC Micro bit V2, Graphical Programming Built-in Bluetooth Compass, Motion Detection, LED Display Coding for Kids Teens + Battery Holder & USB Cable for Microbit
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