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== Specification ==
 
== Specification ==
  
Working voltage: 3.3V~5V  
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* Working voltage: 3.3V~5V  
Current: 500mA  
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* Current: 500mA  
Maximum power: 2.5W  
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* Maximum power: 2.5W  
Weight: 25.1g  
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* Weight: 25.1g  
Operating temperature range: 0~50°C  
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* Operating temperature range: 0~50°C  
Interface: 2.54mm anti-reverse interface  
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* Interface: 2.54mm anti-reverse interface  
Size: 70.2*56*1.6mm  
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* Size: 70.2*56*1.6mm  
Hole diameter: 3mm
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* Hole diameter: 3mm
  
 
== Schematic Diagram ==
 
== Schematic Diagram ==

Revision as of 07:23, 5 January 2022


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Description

When we are doing DIY experiments, we often use the Micro:bit control boards and sensor u[. In order to facilitate the wiring-up, the Micro:bit expansion board are led out the pins for the connection of control board, motors and sensors. Due to anti-reverse interfaces and the fixed wire sequence, the sensor/module won’t burn out. The expansion board has 2.54mm anti-reverse interfaces with silk screen. We supply power through the on-board PH2.54 lithium battery box and an micro USB cable. The power supply voltage is 3.3~5V. In addition, it comes with four 3mm positioning holes, which is convenient to fix on other devices.


Specification

  • Working voltage: 3.3V~5V
  • Current: 500mA
  • Maximum power: 2.5W
  • Weight: 25.1g
  • Operating temperature range: 0~50°C
  • Interface: 2.54mm anti-reverse interface
  • Size: 70.2*56*1.6mm
  • Hole diameter: 3mm

Schematic Diagram


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Pin out


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Test Results


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