Ks0305 keyestudio micro bit Basic Starter Kit(with battery holder & USB cable)

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keyestudio micro:bit Basic Starter Kit



micro: bit is a microcontroller of ARM structure designed by BBC. It is only half size of a credit card, onboard with Bluetooth, accelerometer, electronic compass, three buttons, 5 x 5 LED dot matrix, mainly used for teens programming education.
We specially make this basic starter kit for you to conveniently use micro:bit, in which includes a micro: bit control board, 1m USB cable and a battery holder (battery not included, wire length 160mm). Note that USB cable is for uploading program to micro:bit. Battery holder is for power supply, and it comes with a switch button, very convenient for controlling.

Using Method

micro: bit programming environment includes online programming tools and local programming tools. Here we introduce the programming method on Google Chrome. First open https://makecode.microbit.org/ to get into the programming environment. Use the website blocks to start graphical programming, as shown below.

a.Click the JavaScript, you can see the corresponding program code. Shown as below figure.

b.Name the program as LED1, then click “Save”. Shown below.
Or you can find the corresponding file in the C disk. Shown below.

c.Connect the micro: bit to your computer using a USB cable. Computer will automatically identify the installation driver, so no hand operation needed. Then find the microbit-LED1 file on the C disk, and send it to MICROBIT(G). So uploading the program is complete.

d.Powering up the micro:bit, 5*5 LED dot matrix on the micro:bit will display the pattern. You can power it using USB cable or battery. The battery holder need to connect two 1.5V AA batteries. Shown below.
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