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News & Product Updates

  • Adding Extra ZIP LEDs To The Kitronik Halo

    The Kitronik ZIP Halo for the BBC microbit incorporates 24 colourful ZIP LEDs. It also has an ‘extension’ connection point that allows extra ZIP LEDs to be connected and controlled by the Halo. This tutorial shows how simple and quick this is to do.
  • 3D Printed Windup Torch Kit Resource

    We've recently released the Windup torch kit, which is a great way to learn about electronics and alternative power sources. It also lends itself perfectly to enclosure design projects, students can be tasked with designing a case and handle.
  • Design And Technology Catalogue 2017 – 2018

    The new Design And Technology Catalogue 2017 – 2018 is now out and should be landing in your school in the very near future. We've also uploaded an interactive digital version that you can access while you wait for your hard copy.
  • Guide For Coding Indicators On The :MOVE mini

    We show you how you might code the :MOVE mini to include turning indicators, much like you might find on the LED lighting arrangements on modern cars.
  • Guide For Automatic Headlights For :MOVE mini

    Learn how to code automatic headlights for the :MOVE mini buggy in the Microsoft PXT Editor and have the buggies lights turn on and off automatically and also to dim or brighten in response to changes in light level.
  • Drawing With The :MOVE mini For The microbit

    The :MOVE mini has a hole in the boot lid designed to accept a marker pen, such as a Sharpie, for line drawing. All it takes is the sharpie and some code. This guide will show you how to get started with both the PXT editor for the BBC microbit using both blocks and also Java Script.
  • Controlling :MOVE mini With The microbit Radio

    In this resource we are going to look at some code we’ve produced that allows you to control :MOVE mini by tilting a second micro:bit and transmitting that information to the micro:bit that is attached to the Servo:Lite board in the :MOVE mini buggy.
  • Adding Bluetooth Remote Control To :MOVE mini

    In this resource we’d like to show you how to add Bluetooth remote control to :MOVE mini for the BBC microbit with the PXT editor.
  • 3D Printed Desktop Fan Resource

    In this 3D Printed Desktop Fan Resource we show you how to design and 3D print a stylish enclosure for our new easy build USB Fan Kit. 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.
  • Kitronik Custom MakeCode Editor Servo Blocks

    We've created some custom servo blocks for the PXT editor that anyone can use and that make the job of coding as quick and as painless as possible. Find out how to use them.
  • 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.
  • Controlling 3 Servos With The Servo:Lite board

    In this resource for the Servo:Lite board we are going to cover how you can ‘hack’ the board to facilitate the driving of three servos.
  • The June 2017 Update Design & Technology Flyer

    The Kitronik June 2017 D&T update flyer is now out and it's choc full of great new products! If you don't yet have your hard copy; we've also put it online for your convenience, access it anytime, anywhere and on any device that has an internet browser.
  • Build A Klawsome microbit Controlled Tank

    By popular request on twitter, Kitronik Technical Director Dave Sanderson shows you how you can build a totally Klawsome microbit controlled Tank.
  • Using PWM with the Kitronik Motor Driver Board

    Way back when we first released our Motor Driver Board the microbit Block Editor only allowed digital write on the pins we used for controlling motors. This meant that motors had to be full on or off. Thanks to an update in the PXT editor you can now use PWM to control the motors and therefore the speed of your buggy.

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