This 2xAAA Battery Cage with JST connector is compatible with the Igloo, PICAXE wearable module and the BBC micro:bit. Supplied with 145mm colour coded power leads and a JST connector at the end, this battery cage is light and features a M3 mounting hole in the centre so it can be attached to the back of BBC micro:bit cases. The JST connector easily plugs into the Igloo and BBC micro:bit to provide a portable power supply. Ideal in any project kit with a JST connector power supply interface.
- JST connector for easy power supply connections.
- Holds 2 x AAA batteries.
- Clips hold AAA batteries securely in place.
- 145mm colour coded power leads and a JST connector.
- Clip holder resistant to sudden impacts and vibrations.
- 1 x 2xAAA Battery Cage with JST Connector.
- Length: 53mm.
- Width: 25mm.
- Height: 13mm.
- 2 x AAA Batteries.
This Kitronik University resource is part of the BBC micro:bit partnership and will be an in depth tutorial into making a BBC micro:bit emoji bag with your free sample kit. We are currently working on this project, it will be available later on this summer. In the meantime enjoy this sneak preview!
In this tutorial students will make their own pencil case from a template from scratch. Then following step by step instructions they will connect additional LEDs to the BBC micro:bit via conductive thread and crocodile clips, and learn how to programme the device to display a countdown
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