Add a switch to your micro:bit or lipo battery projects! This switch connects between a power supply that uses a JST plug, like a 3.3V micro:bit battery pack or a lipo 3.7V battery used for boards like the WEMOS D32. Adding a switch to your micro:bit prevents breakage from plugging in and unplugging the battery pack in your classroom or code club. Note: be sure to use the correct voltages with your devices e.g. a lipo 3.7V battery is too high a voltage for the micro:bit. Read more..
The Kitronik Klip V2.0 has all the essentials for school projects: Access to all the 19 pins on the BBC micro:bit with crocodile clips; An quick-loading battery cage with switch; and Quick connect and removal slot for the micro:bit.
Connect wires to your micro:bit with this handy board from Kitronik - great for wired sensors, battery cages, or where crocodile clips would be too bulky. The micro:bit can also be quickly inserted or removed
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!