The MI:power board for the BBC micro:bit brings real portability to your wearable projects. The stylish, lightweight PCB is designed to fit snugly against the BBC micro:bit and features a built in buzzer and 3V coin cell holder.When assembled, the MI:power board is connected directly to the 3V, ..
The MI:pro Protector Case not only keeps a BBC micro:bit in perfect condition but also offers a number of other benefits. Keep your BBC micro:bit safe and secure with this compact, portable protective case where the 2x AAA battery pack can be bolted to the back, making a compact and portable unit.
This motor driver board for the BBC micro:bit allows two motors to be driven simultaneously with forward, reverse & stop control, making it ideal for designs such as buggies. It is based on the DRV8833 motor driver IC, which has built-in short circuit, over current and thermal protection.The..
This Prototyping System for the BBC micro:bit is a great way to start making circuits and making experiments without the need to solder.This prototyping system uses Kitronik's specially designed Edge Connector Breakout Board for BBC micro:bit that gives full access to the pins on the bottom ..
The Servo:Lite board for the BBC micro:bit is a simple board that allows you to easily connect and control low power servo motors (servo's must be capable of operating at 3.3V) using the BBC micro:bit. It is connected to the micro:bit using five bolts. Connect two servos in standard configuration an..
Add some colour to your next coding project with Kitronik's Halo board for the micro:bit. The Halo has 24 ZIP LEDs, which are individually addressable full colour LEDs. This means that each LED can display a huge spectrum of colours, allowing amazing colourful effects to be achieved.The Halo..
This 2x AAA Battery Holder with JST connector is compatible with the BBC micro:bit. Supplied with 145mm colour coded power leads and a JST connector at the end, this battery holder is light and features a M3 mounting hole in the centre so it can be attached to the back of BBC micro:bit cases. The JS..