Thumb Joystick With Selector Switch:This is a joystick that is very similar to the joysticks on PS2 (PlayStation 2) controllers. Directional movements are simply two potentiometers - one for each axis. Pots are ~10k each. This joystick also has a select button that is actuated when the joystick is pressed down. Features:
- Similar in feel and look to the joysticks on PS2 controllers.
- Built in select button, actuated by pressing down the joystick.
- Two potentiometers provide directional (x and y axis) output.
Thin 0.25W Speaker:This is the perfect speaker for projects that produce sound but where space is tight or where the speaker needs to be discreet. These speakers work well with the BBC microbit; you can code the microbit to play music or emit a beep as an alarm and this little speaker will do an admirable job. We have also tested this speaker with our mono amp kit and it works like a charm. This 0.25W, 8ohm speaker is only 40mm in diameter and just over 4mm thick making it very similar in size to those found in talking greeting cards, you could even design a microbit talking greeting card that has the built in microbit as a present as well as part of the card. Features:
- 8ohm speaker that is ideal for use with the BBC microbit.
- 4mm thick, making it ideal for use as a discreet speaker.
Alligator Clip With Jumper Wire Pigtail (4Pack):This is a 4 pack of wires that are pre-terminated with an alligator (crocodile) clip on one end and a hookup pigtail (male jumper connector) on the other. Alligator clips are a staple part for any workbench and with these cables, you will be able to easily incorporate those clips into a breadboard, development platform, or anything else that you would normally be able to attach a male jumper connector to. Each Alligator Clip with Pigtail cable has a wire length of 30cm (that's a little less than 1ft) and a male pin that easily inserts into a standard 0.1" connector. Each pack consists of two red cables and two black cables. These connector wires can also be used to connect a BBC microbit to a prototyping board as an alternative to an edge connector. Features:
- Wires with an alligator clip on one end and a male jumper cable connector (pigtail) on the other.
- Enables you to connect a BBC microbit to a prototyping board as an alternative to using an edge connector.
Twisted JST 2 Pin Connector Terminating In Bare Wire:This is a simple two wire cable. Great for jumping from board to board. 2-pin JST connector on one end, bare cable on the opposite end. It can be used to provide power to a microbit or to other projects from a desktop power supply. Features:
- 2-pin JST connector on one end, bare cable on the opposite end.
- Great for jumping from board to board.
- Enables you to power the microbit or project with a power supply.
50mm Copper Tape With Conductive Adhesive:This copper tape is a whopping 50 mm wide and comes in a roll of 15 meters that is backed with a conductive adhesive. Copper tape has numerous different applications within electronics. This tape can be used for creating low profile traces for components, such as RF shielding and for making antennas. It can also be used to join things together using solder, such as the glass in a Tiffany lamp. Features:
- Conductive Adhesive.
- 50mm / 2 inches wide.
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