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Controlling :MOVE mini With The microbit Radio

Controlling :MOVE mini With The microbit Radio

The downside of using a Bluetooth App to control :MOVE mini is that you can’t have both Bluetooth and NeoPixel blocks in the same project, but, the good news is there is an alternative method of remote control where using the desired LED code is also possible. if you use a second micro:bit as a controller via the micro:bit’s radio function you can also make use of the Servo:Lite onboard ZIP LEDs. In this resource we are going to look at some code we’ve produced that allows you to control the... Read more

Adding Bluetooth Remote Control To :MOVE mini

Adding Bluetooth Remote Control To :MOVE mini

Our :MOVE mini kit offers a great introduction to robotics, it can be used in a number of different ways that are mainly facilitated by the code that you place onto the microbit. In this resource we’d like to show you how to add Bluetooth remote control to :MOVE mini. Adding Bluetooth functionality to :MOVE mini is as easy as putting some code onto the microbit and downloading the Bitty Software controller App for an iOS/Android device.  You will find the download and App links at the foot of... Read more

3D Printed Desktop Fan Resource

3D Printed Desktop Fan Resource

We’ve just released a new USB fan kit, an easy build kit that allows you to make an economical desk fan that takes power from a standard USB port or USB power supply. In this resource, we’ll show you how you can make your own custom enclosure for the kit that is both functional and stylish. For the budding designers, we’ve included a walk-through of our process from concept to finished product that you can use for inspiration for your own designs. For those that want get making straight away,... Read more

Kitronik Custom PXT Editor Servo Blocks

Kitronik Custom PXT Editor Servo Blocks

We’ve released several new robotics products recently that make use of servos to provide movement. We recognised that creating code to control these servos can become time-consuming, especially if you are experimenting or re-purposing your robots projects regularly. With that all in mind, we thought it would be useful to create some custom blocks for the PXT editor that anyone can use and that make the job of coding for 360 degree continuous servos as quick and as painless as possible. We expect... Read more

Using Kitronik ZIP LEDs With The BBC microbit

Using Kitronik ZIP LEDs With The BBC microbit

In this practical guide for Kitronik ZIP LEDs, we cover; what ZIP LEDs are, how they work and how to write code for them, using the Microsoft PXT Editor for the BBC microbit. If the technical details are not your cup of tea you can jump straight to the step by step guide and get coding straight away. Each ZIP stick has five addressable RGB LED’s. The name is a nod to the ZIP postal codes used in the US. Each LED can be controlled independently and all LEDs are connected using the same three wire... Read more