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NEWS micro:bit

mirco:bit Overview at DFRobot.com

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Micro:bit is a tiny programmable computer, designed to make learning and teaching easy and fun!

Micro:bit is an open development board that allows you to run code on it and have access to all of the hardware. We have enabled debugging so that you can really interrogate the system – the more you know about all the bits and pieces that your BBC micro:bit is made of, the more you can hack it and create with it.

Microbit Tutorials

Micro:bit board: an introduction

5 Easy Steps for you to Quick Start with BBC Microbit

Micro:bit JavaScript Blocks Editor: Hello World

Micro:bit JavaScript Blocks Editor: Turning LEDs on and off
Micro:bit JavaScript Blocks Editor: Detecting button click events
Micro:bit JavaScript Blocks Editor: String interpolation
Micro:bit: MicroPython support

Microbit Projects

Mobile Doorbell System with BOSON and Micro:bit
How To Make A Micro:bit Heart Rate Monitor
Microbit Project micro:bit Laser Target

Micro:bit Surprise box

Microbit Project: Micro:bit Selfie Remote

Micro:bit Project: Light(Mood Lamp)

Micro:bit Project: Yes/No Bear

Smart Fan Control System with Micro:bit

LED writing board (micro:bit compatible)

micro:bit car with DFRobot gamepad

Drinking Cola equals to Drinking Toilet Cleaner?
Microbit Project: Basketball score counter


Microbit News

Bringing micro:bit to students in vast rural area of China
Boson Kit Meet Micro:bit

Microbit Products at DFRobot.com:

Micro:bit - an Educational & Creative Tool for Kids

Price: $14.9

micro:bit is a pocket-sized microcontroller designed for kids and beginners learning how to program, letting them easily bring ideas into DIY digital games, interactive projects and robotics.

micro:bit comes with a variety of on-board modules, including a 5x5 LED matrix (also supports light detection), 2 programmable buttons, motion detector, Compass and Bluetooth® Smart module. Additionally, you may attach more modules such as a servo motor, RGB LED lights through 5 I/O rings or 20 edge connectors.

micro:bit can be programmed with Microsoft Block Editor via graphical editor or JavaScript editor. The Microsoft Block Editor is available on Windows, macOS, IOS and Android, supporting wireless programming via Bluetooth.

micro:bit Expansion Board for Boson

Price: $7.9

micro:bit is a pocket-sized microcontroller designed for kids and beginners to learn coding and electronics, letting them easily bring ideas into DIY digital games, interactive projects and robotics.

However, on-board I/O rings and crocodile clips sometimes are not handy and safe enough to connect peripherals. To explore more possibilities with micro:bit, we have designed the micro:bit Expansion Board for Boson, a carry-on board that connects to micro:bit via edge connector.

The expansion board comes with 6 fool-proof 3-Pin sockets, compatible with hundreds of DFRobot’s Boson and Gravity modularized electronic blocks, covering most popular digital and analog sensors and actuators, supporting sound, light and motion interaction. 

Micro:bit Go (On-the-go Starter Bundle)

Price: $16.45

Micro:bit Go bundle, an on-the-go starter kit with USB cable, 2AAA batteries and battery holder, allowing you to upload program and carry it around right after the unboxing.

Boson Starter Kit for Micro:bit

Price: $69

DFRobot’s Boson starter kit for micro:bit includes 8 well selected modules, covering most popular digital and analog sensors and actuators, supporting sound, light and motion interaction. Modules communicates to micro: bit via 3-Pin interface and are perfectly compatible with Microsoft MakeCode JavaScript online Editor and Python Editor. 

Micro:Mate - A Mini Expansion Board for micro:bit


Micro:Mate is a tiny micro:bit I/O expansion board for learning electronics and building DIY projects.
Micro:Mate expands 6 sets of 3-pin I/O interfaces, capable of connecting DFRobot Gravity series modules, servo motors, sensors and jumper wires. Additionally, Pin 8, 12, 16 support voltage switch between 3V-5V, allowing up to 5V 2A digital (PWM) output.


micro:Gamepad 

$19.9


Micro:bit gamepad is an expansion gamepad based on micro:bit. You only need to plug in the micro:bit, it will turn into a wireless remote controller a wireless game console.


Boson Starter Kit for micro:bit

$69


DFRobot’s Boson starter kit for micro:bit includes 8 well selected modules, covering most popular digital and analog sensors and actuators, supporting sound, light and motion interaction. Modules communicates to micro: bit via 3-Pin interface and are perfectly compatible with Microsoft MakeCode JavaScript online Editor and Python Editor. 

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