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Kitronik create high quality products and resources for education and makers.

We specialise in electronic project kits and also stock the microbit and a range of accessories, plywood, e-textiles, Perspex, clocks and much more.

We aim to inspire & engage people of all abilities to further their knowledge of Electronics, Coding & Design by offering a well designed, well manufactured, innovative product range and free resources. All backed by detailed product descriptions, knowledgeable staff and fast delivery.

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All Roads Lead To Rome Maker Faire 2018

All Roads Lead To Rome Maker Faire 2018

Today, in particular, it is the A453. This last week we have been preparing for an appearance alongside giants (I would have said Titans, but that's more Greek than Roman) of the Maker World DigiKey and the micro:bit foundation at Maker Faire Rome. Surveying the remnants of our show gear I decided we need a new centrepiece for the display, that shows the best of Kitronik, what we do, what we sell and who we are as a group of committed and detail-obsessed makers. I also decided it needed to pack... Read more

Kitronik Spooky Halloween 2018 Project Ideas

Kitronik Spooky Halloween 2018 Project Ideas

With Halloween 2018 creeping up on us, we’ve made some spooky resources to give your decorations a techy twist! It’s a great time of year to test out some ideas and to dust off your making skills. This year we have a theme, movement! Firstly, we have a moving prop, and we also have a device that detects movement to scare those that venture too close! We've also thrown in the odd making tip along the way, for good measure!   Halloween 2018 Project Ideas:  To mix it up even further,... Read more

Inventors Kit Fan Controlled ZIP LED Ring

Inventors Kit Fan Controlled ZIP LED Ring

As a fun demonstration piece for shows, we created an interactive fan controlled ZIP LED experiment on the Inventors Kit that uses a motor as an input device. When someone blows on the fan, the microbit reads the EMF created by the motor and rotates the LEDs of a ZIP ring relative to its speed. This tutorial shows how to create and code this circuit using a motor as an input device with our Inventors Kit, ZIP LEDs Add-On Pack, and a BBC microbit. This is a fun take on one of the experiments in... Read more

5V Mini LED Lamp Module Laser Cut USB Desk Lamp

5V Mini LED Lamp Module Laser Cut USB Desk Lamp

Banish those winter blues with a Desk Lamp fashioned from our 5V Mini LED Lamp Module. The image below shows one of the two lamp designs that were developed by Matt Moeser to accompany this product. Additionally, one design needed to be laser-cut and the other 3D printed. The second resource for the 5V Mini LED Lamp Module can be found here. We have included our design as a free download. You can either use them as is or as inspiration for your own designs. Without delay, let's look at the... Read more

Kitronik And The All London Raspberry Pi Jam

Kitronik And The All London Raspberry Pi Jam

This weekend Kitronik attended their first All London Raspberry Pi Jam at the Flatiron School. Kitronik's Ben Gray, loaded down with a delicious selection of Kitronik goodies, headed south in pursuit of knowledge and great company. The whole trip was a rare adventure. Coming down from the frozen northlands by train we arrived at the amazing St Pancras station and embarked on a short trip via an underground tube (literally!) to Moorgate Station. A very short walk followed and we arrived at the... Read more