Micro:bit v2 Board

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The micro: bit V2 is the powerful further development of the extremely successful single-board computer. The second generation of the BBCs has been equipped with a built-in speaker and microphone. With this upgrade, the BBC micro: bit V2 offers the same great features with the added ability to be creative with sound and touches in the classroom.

The changes at a glance:
· Integrated speaker
- MEMS microphone with LED display
- new Nordic Semiconductor nRF52833 processor
- larger flash memory with 512kB and 128kB RAM
- touch-sensitive logo
- built-in sleep/off mode, i.e. the card can be shut down with connected batteries
- Discrete controller that can supply up to 200 mA of current to external accessories

What was the BBC micro: bit?
The BBC micro: bit is a single board computer originally designed for school use only. Due to the great demand, the computer is now also available on the free market. The mini-computer with a size of 4 x 5 cm is aimed at beginners as well as experienced hobbyists alike.
The board is already equipped with a 5x5 LED matrix for output as well as a magnetometer and a 3-axis acceleration sensor. It also has Bluetooth®, two programmable buttons, and 20 input/output pins.
This means that you can start with the first projects without having to buy electronics. The micro: bit website provides support in the form of tutorials and exercises.
Beginners and professionals will enjoy the BBC micro: bit. There are four programming interfaces available for the modeling computer: Code Kingdoms JavaScript, Microsoft Blocks, Microsoft Touch Develop, and MicroPython. This allows you to program graphically or by means of a text editor. In addition to programming on the PC via a USB connection, programming via a smartphone or tablet is also practical.

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Highlights & Details

  • 5x5 LED matrix for displaying flashing texts, alphanumeric characters, and patterns
  • Two programmable buttons for use as a game controller, control the music on your own smartphone, and much more
  • Built-in compass for capturing your movements
  • Built-in 3D magnetometer for detecting certain metals and magnets
  • Bluetooth technology: Connect your micro: bit to another micro: bits, smartphones, tablets, cameras, or other Bluetooth-enabled devices
  • Five inputs and outputs for controlling motors, robots, etc.
  • Integrated speaker
  • MEMS microphone with LED display
  • Touch-sensitive logo
  • Built-in sleep/off mode

Facts

  • Operation via the micro USB socket on the PC or portable via 2 micro batteries
  • 5x5 LED matrix for displaying flashing texts, alphanumeric characters, and patterns
  • Two programmable buttons for use as game controllers, control music on your smartphone, and more
  • On-board motion detector and a digital acceleration sensor for detecting movements such as shaking, tilting, or free fall
  • Built-in compass for capturing your movements
  • Integrated 3D magnetometer for detecting certain metals and magnets
  • Bluetooth® technology: Connect your micro: bit to another micro: bits, smartphones, tablets, cameras, or other Bluetooth-enabled devices
  • five inputs and outputs (2 for power supply, 3 for free use) for controlling motors, robots, etc.
  • the micro: bit can be connected to other devices such as the Raspberry® Pi, Arduino®, Galileo, and Kano via a standard connector via a 20-pin edge connector
  • With a separately controlled micro USB controller, the miniature PC is displayed as a common memory stick on your desktop PC
  • Yellow system LED
  • System pressure switch.

KS4017 Keyestudio Micro:bit V2.0 Basic Starter Kit - Keyestudio Wiki

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