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Product Description

What's micro:bit?

"p" Micro:bit is a pocket-sized microcontroller designed for kids and beginners to learn coding and electronics, letting them easily bring ideas into DIY digital games, interactive projects and robotics.

"p" What's Boson Starter Kit for micro:bit?

To explore even more possibilities with micro:bit, we have now combined it with DFRobot’s Boson modules, a set of modularized electronic blocks, suitable for every kids to start their hands-on journeys of creation.

How about the Micro:bit Expansion Board for Boson?

The micro:bit expansion board for Boson is used to hoop up Boson modules to micro:bit. The expansion board comes with an edge connector, 6 fool-proof 3-Pin sockets, a 3.5MM headphone jack and a volume knob. (see below picture)

Note: micro:bit is NOT included in the kit. You will need to purchase separately.

BOSON Module

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  • The package includes 8 well selected modules, covering most popular digital and analog sensors and actuators, supporting sound, light and motion interaction.
  • Modules communicates to micro: bit via 3-Pin interface and are perfectly compatible with Microsoft MakeCode JavaScript online Editor and Python Editor.

Start your micro:bit adventure with DFRobot!

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Shipping List

    "li"micro:bit expansion board for Boson kit x 1 "li"Red Push Button x 1 "li"Red LED Light x 1 "li"Rotation sensor x 1 "li"Sound Sensor x 1 "li"Motion sensor x 1 "li"Mini Fan Module x 1 "li"Mini Servo x 1 "li"RGB LED strip x 1 "li"Micro USB Cable x 1 "li"3-Pin Cable (Long) x 1 "li"3-Pin Cable (Medium) x 1 "li"3-Pin Cable (Short) x 1 "li"Quick Start guide x 1

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