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Micro:bit is a development board based on 32-bit CPU with core ARM Cortex M0 is produced by BBC in order to encourage children to programming and the creation of new projects. It has an accelerometer, magnetometer, Bluetooth, LED display of 5x5, button tact switch and other. Module dimensions - 52 x 43 mm.
The module can be powered by USB or battery via a special connector. It has 23 connectors, including 5 large banana connectors.
The programming of the board is very simple and suitable for the youngest of users. Micro:bit can be programmed in the web editor, the microbit editor or the Mu editor. Then, yu only have to simply connect the module via USB and upload the generated script. Device, when connected to the computer, appears as an ordinary Flash memory.
|Detailed description can be found on the website of the manufacturer.|
- CPU with core ARM Cortex M0
- Display: LED matrix 5x5
- 3 buttons: reset button and two user's buttons
- Status LED
- MicroUSB connector
- Battery connector: 2-pin, pitch of 2 mm (in our offer, is compatible cable)
- 23 connectors (including 5 banana connectors)
- Dimensions: 52 x 43 mm
- Module Micro:bit in the case
- 1x band, black and white
- 1x color band
- 2 x AAA batteries
- Cable USB - microUSB
- Key chain
- The user manual
Botland company is an official distributor of the BBC Micro:bit products.