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== Kit ==
== Kit ==
Latest revision as of 07:48, 25 October 2021
Note: the micro:bit has beed updated to V2.0 version; therefore, you can get more details for KS4014(KS4024)V2.0 smart car in the following link:
With the popularity of programming like Python, a large number of parents enrol their children in STEM lessons to stimulate their interest and creativity.
MicroPython is a tiny open source Python programming language interpretor that runs on small embedded development boards. With MicroPython you can write clean and simple Python code to control hardware instead of having to use complex low-level languages like C or C++ (what Arduino uses for programming).
To make you have a better understanding of Python, we provide test code and projects.
Launched by KEYES group, Keyestudio micro:bit smart car integrates obstacle avoidance, line tracking and IR and Bluetooth control. It is made up of DC geared motors, wheels , sensors and acrylic boards. In addition, it cooperates a passive buzzer with music play function, 4 pcs WS2812RGB LEDs and 2 pcs RGB lights.
We believe that your imagination and creativity can be stimulated through DIY smart car and acquire how to code through Makecode, a new method to program.
Note: we adopt V1.5 micro:bit in the whole tutorial, but our tutorial is also compatible with the latest version micro:bit. When doing experiment with latest micro:bit, you need to transfer code into Makecode online editor first, save code again then download it to micro:bit.
- Connector port input: DC 6V---9V
- Operating voltage of drive board system: 5V
- Standard operating power consumption: about 2.2W
- Maximum power: Maximum output power is 12W
- Motor speed: 100RPM/1min
- Working temperature range: 0-50℃
- Size: 120*120*120mm
- Environmental protection attributes: ROHS
For more details, click the following link: