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BBC Micro: Bit is an ARM development board developed by the BBC for programming education for teenagers.
NRF51822 processor based on ARM Cortex-M0, integrated Bluetooth function, onboard 5×5 LED dot matrix, two programmable buttons, accelerometer, three axis geomagnetic and thermometer resources.
It also introduces a 20+5pin extension interface that can be easily used in a variety of programming related teaching and development scenarios, including video game writing, robot control, scientific experiments and wearable device development.
Half the size of a credit card (4cm by 5cm), you can integrate me into many portable projects.
In terms of software, support PXT graphical programming interface developed by Microsoft:
Supports Windows, macOS, iOS, and Android operating systems
The programming environment is based on Web services and no additional compiler download is required
Computer side through USB burning, simulation program
Mobile terminal through bluetooth wireless burning, simulation program
Javasript, Phython, and Mbed C are also supported
A variety of major programming languages:
Microsoft TouchDevelop IDE
Hardware parameters are as follows:
Nordic nRF51822Freescale KL26Z — 48 MHz ARM cortex-m0 + 16 MHz 32-bit ARM cortex-m0 microcontroller
Bluetooth® 4.0 Low Energy /2.4GHz RF SoC
Compass — Freescale MAG3110 3-AXIS Geomagnetic sensor, I2C interface
Accelerometer – Freescale MMA8652 3-AXIS Acceleration sensor, I2C interface
Power connector-3V Power connector
Reset button – The Reset button
Micro USB connector – Micro USB connector for computer writing, simulation, serial port communication, etc
5×5 LED display – 5×5 LED dot matrix, which can display text and graphics
Button A/B – Programmable Button
I/O Connection pins – 20+5 extension pins (SPI, UART, I2C, Analog, PWM, etc.
We will contact you within 1 working day, please pay attention to the email with the suffix “@zhelectronics.com”.