A screw-on rechargeable battery pack to free your micro:bit from wires.Designed by Subsystems in United States of America
What is it? Need to take your micro:bit on the go? Here is a rechargeable power supply for it. The assembled board comes with a 3.3V regulator and a charge control circuit. The board connects to th...Read More…
Need to take your micro:bit on the go? Here is a rechargeable power supply for it. The assembled board comes with a 3.3V regulator and a charge control circuit. The board connects to the micro:bit with two 10mm metal standoffs on the GND and 3V holes which carry the power to the board. Place the switch to "Charge" and plug in a phone charger to the USB port and the battery will be charged. A green light illuminates to signify charging and it goes out when the battery is fully charged. Place the switch to "Power" and the micro:bit will be powered with 3.3V from the regulator. Comes with fully assembled board including battery, 2x metal standoffs with screws to attach micro:bit
The BBC micro:bit is an amazing educational and hobbyist tool for quickly prototyping fun projects. I wanted to design a backpack to offer a rechargeable battery to allow this small device to be taken anywhere. And I wanted to be able to recharge it with a standard phone charging connection.
The method of mounting the backpack is also how the micro:bit gets it's power. The metal standoffs connect to the Micro:bit power and ground connections.
NOTE: The BBC Micro:bit is not included.
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