Online Tutorial - Autonomous Robotics Platform for Pico - Using the Motors

Online Tutorial - Autonomous Robotics Platform for Pico - Using the Motors

Learn how to write code to take control of the motors on the Kitronik Autonomous Robotics for Raspberry Pi Pico (Pico-ARP). Learn how to get the wheels turning, at the same speed, and how to turn your Pico-ARP into a drawing bot.
Online Tutorial - Autonomous Robotics Platform for Pico - Buzzer, Button and Lights

Online Tutorial - Autonomous Robotics Platform for Pico - Buzzer, Button and Lights

Learn to code the additional features of the Kitronik Autonomous Robotics platform for Raspberry Pi Pico. Take control of the Pico-ARP Buzzer, button, & Lights. The resource contains code and a full walk-through of how it works.
Online Tutorial – Autonomous Robotics Platform for Pico - Using the Line Following Sensors

Online Tutorial – Autonomous Robotics Platform for Pico - Using the Line Following Sensors

Learn how to take control of the line following sensors on the Kitronik Autonomous Robotics Platform for the Raspberry Pi Pico. Work through this resource and learn how to add line following to your buggy.
Online Tutorial - Autonomous Robotics Platform for Pico - Using the Ultrasonic Sensor

Online Tutorial - Autonomous Robotics Platform for Pico - Using the Ultrasonic Sensor

Learn how to add distance sensing and obstacle avoidance to the Kitronik Autonomous Robotics Platform for Pico. The buggy is supplied with a distance sensor, learn how to add more autonomy to your robot with this guide.
Online Tutorial – Autonomous Robotics Platform for Pico - Using the Servo connections

Online Tutorial – Autonomous Robotics Platform for Pico - Using the Servo connections

The ARP has 4 servo connections. These can be used to control standard hobby servos. The servo connectors are located 2 towards the rear of the ARP, just outside the motors, and 2 towards the front, by the ultrasonic connector. Learn how to set up and code for the servos to enhance your robotics project.
How To Make An Arduino® Based RFID Box Lock

How To Make An Arduino® Based RFID Box Lock

Alasdair Trench shows us how to make an Arduino based RFID lock using an Arduino® Compatible RFID Read and Write Module. RFID stands for Radio Freq...
How To Make a Kitronik ZIP Tile For microbit Gamer

How To Make a Kitronik ZIP Tile For microbit Gamer

In this resource, we show you how we turned a Kitronik ZIP Tile, and a BBC micro:bit into a portable retro gamer. The ZIP tile is perfect for some ...
Electro Fashion Day At Nottingham Trent University

Electro Fashion Day At Nottingham Trent University

Kevin and Tim were at NTU yesterday to see the fantastic projects that the students had created using products from our Electro Fashion range. Four ideas were presented on the day that were all excellent and all very different from each other. It was a thoroughly enjoyable and inspiring visit.
Igloo Tutorial 4: Fading LED - Pulse Width Modulation

Igloo Tutorial 4: Fading LED - Pulse Width Modulation

This tutorial demonstrates how to use an Igloo PICAXE wearable module to make the on-board LED blink on and off.
Igloo Tutorial 3: Blink - External Digital Output

Igloo Tutorial 3: Blink - External Digital Output

This tutorial demonstrates how to use an Igloo PICAXE wearable module to make a sewable E-textiles LED flash on and off.
Igloo Tutorial 2: Momentary Switch

Igloo Tutorial 2: Momentary Switch

This tutorial demonstrates how to use the Igloo's on-board push button switch as a momentary switch to turn the on-board LED on and off. The LED will come on while the button is held down and turn off when the button is released.
How to Make a Hook and Loop Switch

How to Make a Hook and Loop Switch

This Kitronik University course looks at making a conductive hook and loop (Velcro) switch.
Getting Started with Igloo: 'Hello World'

Getting Started with Igloo: 'Hello World'

This is a tutorial for Igloo, the Sewable PICAXE Controller Board from Kitronik. Tutorial 1: 'Hello World'.