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  • BBC micro:bit BBC Micro:bit V2.2 class package
  • BBC micro:bit BBC Micro:bit V2.2 class package
  • BBC micro:bit BBC Micro:bit V2.2 class package

BBC micro:bit BBC Micro:bit V2.2 class package

Article number: MIC-SET25V2
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BBC micro:bit class pack, fun and easy to use. Set includes 25 micro:bit, 25 USB cables, 25 battery holders, 50 x AAA batteries and storage solution.

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  • 25 x micro:bit V2.2
  • 25 x USB cable 1m
  • 25 x Battery holder
  • 50 x AAA batteries
  • 25 x User guide
  • 1 x Grantnells F2 Tray + lid
  • 1 x Grantnells large sorting tray
  • 1 x Grantnells foam insert the micro:bits

Meet the new BBC micro:bit V2

The micro:bit is a simple mini computer that you can program with popular programming languages such as Makecode, Scratch or Python. The micro:bit is equipped with LED lights, a motion sensor, temperature sensor, push buttons, I/O ports... The new micro:bit V2 even has a speaker and microphone! The micro:bit was commissioned by the BBC and other British companies to show children and students that programming can be simple and fun. Micro:bit became a huge success and is used all over the world today.

Hardware Description

  • nRF52 Application Processor
  • Bluetooth Wireless Communication
  • Low level radio communications
  • 2 tactile user buttons, 1 tactile system button
  • miniature surface mount display with 5x5 matrix red LED's
  • Motion sensor
  • Temperature sensor
  • Speaker
  • Microphone
  • General Purpose Input/Output Pins
  • External Power supply : 1.8V .. 3.6V (optional) or USB powerd.
  • USB interface


  • MakeCode
  • Python
  • Scratch
  • ...


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