The Kitronik :MOVE Motor for the BBC micro:bit provides a fun introduction to buggy robotics. More than just a programmable buggy, learning to use all the included features will give the budding roboteer a solid grounding in robotics.
Learn about movement, how to utilise light and sound, obstacle detection and avoidance, and how to code: MOVE Motor to follow a line. When used in conjunction with the micro:bit’s radio features, the possibilities are endless.
micro:bit and batteries not included
- The Kitronik :MOVE Motor for the BBC micro:bit provides a fun introduction to buggy robotics and coding.
- It is backed up by a range of fun tutorials to introduce you to all of the great features.
- All of the tutorials and resources are free.
- There is no soldering required and assembly is quick and super simple.
- The buggy features two bi-direction DC motors.
- There are ultrasonic distance and line following sensors onboard.
- It also features a Piezo sounder and pen mount.
- There are 4 full-colour programable ZIP LEDs.
- Two-pin outputs that are ideal for servo connections (can be used for other inputs and outputs).
- The battery holder is built onto the chassis.
- The buggy is also fitted with a power switch to conserve the batteries.
- There is also an onboard edge connector for the micro:bit, code, plug and play.
- Kitronik has produced custom MakeCode blocks to simplify coding with the MakeCode editor.
- It is available as a single buggy kit or as a 20pk. The 20pk represents a cost-saving, making it ideal for the classroom.