BBC Micro:Bit V2.2 Starter Kit

BBC Micro:Bit V2.2 Starter Kit

BBC Micro:Bit V2.2 Starter Kit

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  • The advantage of the Micr:Bit v2.2 starter kit is that no coding skills are required. You can learn everything as you proceed with the BBC Micro:Bit V2.2
  • Components like jumper wires, breadboard and alligator will help you in prototyping your MIcro:Bit v2.2 based projects.
  • The micro:bit V2.2 is a pocket-sized computer that you can code, customise and control to bring your digital ideas, games and apps to life.
  • The Micro: bit GPIO T-type Expansion Board expands the capabilities of the development platform by providing access to more pin. 
  • Here is a tutorial of a BBC Micro:Bit based project that you can start with. The project ideas are limited by only your imagination.
  • You can buy the BBC Micro:bit V2.2 starter kit for beginners online at best prices in India.

BBC Micro:Bit v2.2 Starter Kit

The Micro:Bit v2.2 starter kit consists of Micro:Bit, micro:bit battery, battery holder, USB cable, jumper wires, alligator clips, breadboard, T- shape Expansion GPIO board and Micro:Bit case. This BBC Micro:bit starter kit is very useful and helpful for kids who are interested in getting started with technology.

Package Includes:

Micro Bit Go V2.2 x 1
Silicone Case x 1
T-Type GPIO Expansion Board x 1
400 Pin BreadBoard  x 1
Crocodile clip  x 10
Jumper wire ( all 3 type 20 each) x 60
Dimensions  15 x 11 x 9cms
Weight 100 grams

 

Tutorial to get started with BBC Micro:Bit

Here is a tutorial of a BBC Micro:Bit based project that you can start with. We have given step by instruction on how to develop a device that can count your steps with the help of BBC Micro:Bit. You can also check out our video below for the same. This is just the small possibility of using a BBC Micro:Bit board. The project ideas are limited by only your imagination.