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BBC Micro:bit V2 - 10 Student Classroom Pack

Unlock your students potential to get creative with code, electronics, science, and engineering, with the BBC micro:bit Classroom Pack anything is...
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Warranty: 1 Year Manufacturer Warranty
Company: Kitronik
Part Number: 56105
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Unlock your students potential to get creative with code, electronics, science, and engineering, with the BBC micro:bit Classroom Pack anything is possible!

The BBC micro:bit V2 10 Student Classroom pack contains everything you need to deploy the micro:bit in the classroom. It consists of 10 x BBC micro:bit V2, 10 x 1M anti tangle USB Cables, 10 x Battery Cages and 20 x AAA Batteries. This buying option offers a better value way of obtaining multiple starter packs, making it an ideal choice for equipping a classroom.

An individual starter pack contains everything you need to connect a BBC micro:bit to a computer and also enables you to power a BBC micro:bit once it is disconnected from the USB. The classroom pack contains 10 of these starter packs.

The new micro:bit V2 is the latest revision of everyone’s favourite powerful palm-sized, and fully programmable computer. Conceived by the BBC to encourage children to get actively involved in writing software and building new things that will be controlled by it.

V2 is the same size, shape, and it works in the same way as the original micro:bit. So, if you have used the original then this will be instantly familiar to you. Write your code using one of the easy to use editors provided on the micro:bit website, connect your BBC microbit to your computer via USB, press the download button in the editor, and then downloaded the file to the micro:bit.

The BBC micro:bit is the spiritual successor of the BBC Micro of the 1980s, which itself introduced a generation of children to computing. The BBC micro:bit carries on this decades 30-year tradition and does it 18 times faster and it's also 70 times smaller than its predecessor.

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SPECIFICATIONS

Micro:bit Compatible:
  • V2

SPECIFICATIONS

  • USB, Radio, serial, and Bluetooth Low energy connectivity.
  • A Compass and Accelerometer.
  • 2 x user-assignable buttons.
  • A fully programmable 25 LED display.
  • 25 pin notched edge connector.
  • Onboard speaker.
  • MEMs Microphone with LED indicator.
  • Touch-sensitive logo.
  • Light level sensing.
  • Temperature sensing.
  • Built-in sleep/off mode allowing the board to be powered-down with batteries connected.
  • A discrete regulator that can supply up to 200mA of current to external accessories.
  • Power status LED and USB data transfer LED.
  • Code it with MakeCode; Blocks, Javascript, or Python.
  • Dimensions: 52x42x11.7mm.

VIDEO

BBC Micro:bit V2 Introduction And Features

Unlock your potential and get creative with code, electronics, science, and engineering, with the BBC micro:bit V2 anything is possible! #microbitV2 is the latest revision of everyone’s favourite powerful palm-sized, and fully programmable computer. Conceived by the BBC to encourage children to get actively involved in writing software and building new things that will be controlled by it. V2 is the same size, shape, and it works in the same way as the original #microbit. So, if you have used the original then this will be instantly familiar to you. Write your code using one of the easy to use editors provided on the micro:bit website, connect your BBC microbit to your computer via USB, press the download button in the editor, and then download the file to the micro:bit. #coding