If you are just getting started into the world of electronics and coding or want that ideal gift for a young maker, this kit is the perfect choice. No soldering or prior programming knowledge is required. At the heart of the kit is the micro:bit board which is a powerful handheld, fully programmable,
computer designed by the BBC. It has an accelerometer to detect movement and tilting, a magnetic sensor to detect metal or create a compass, and up to 23 inputs to connect to the physical world. The board also has a 5 x 5 LED display and two onboard input push buttons provide instant control. The kit includes common electronics components from resistors to a servo motor, and all the necessary prototyping accessories to get building. A 36-page beginner’s guide is also included to get you started.
|Tool kit contents||1 x Micro:bit Main Board ,1 x Breakout Board,1 x USB Cable ,1 x 2xAAA Battery Holder,1 x Breadboard,1 x Breadboard Jumper Wire,1 x Servo Motor,1 x 7-Segment LED Display,1 x Passive Buzzer,1 x Active Buzzer,2 x Tactile Switches,2 x Button Caps,1 x Potentiometer,1 x 5mm RGB LED,1 x LM35 Temperature Sensor,3 x Photoresistor,1 x Thermister,1 x 5mm IR Receiver,2 x Ball Tilt Switch,5 x Red LEDs,5 x Yellow LEDs,5 x Blue LEDs,5 x Green LEDs,10 x 220R Resistors,10 x 1K Resistors,10 x 10K Resistors,1 x Storage Case|
|Storage Case||Moulded Plastic Case|
|Dimension details||Total Case Dimensions|