This new version (SKU: KT_2182) replaces the older discontinued kit; with improved bluetooth connectivity that reconnects when switched on, and can be powered from 5V USB-C, a lipo battery, or equivalent 5V power source.
Supplied with straightforward plug-in speakers, your kit is a great base for building your own custom enclosures!
In addition to practising soldering skills, you can use these Whadda kits when camping or around the house. The kits vary in complexity and skill levels required so have a quick look to see what interests you!
We've been asked about Python versions for the Kitronik Inventor's Kit for the BBC micro:bit - check out this link to some of the Python example files. There's also a bunch of add-on kits so you can go even further with your Kitronik Inventor's Kit!
This Kitronik micro:bit audio cable enables students to work with headphones in the classroom. If you need to demonstrate a project, these can also plug into an amplified speaker. With a 3.5mm socket on one end, and crocodile clips on the other, just connect the cable to pins 0 and GND. You can find micro:bit MicroPyth...
Looking for a microbit speaker that's loud enough to hear in a classroom? The MonkMakes amplified speaker connects in seconds with crocodile clips - it's quick to set up and pack up, and adds music and speech coding to your projects!