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Add a switch to your micro:bit or lipo battery projects

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Add a switch to your micro:bit or lipo battery projects

Add a switch to your micro:bit or lipo battery projects! This switch connects between a power supply that uses a JST plug, like a 3.3V micro:bit battery pack or a lipo 3.7V battery used for boards like the WEMOS D32. Adding a switch to your micro:bit prevents breakage from plugging in and unplugging the battery pack in your classroom or code club. Note: be sure to use the correct voltages with your devices e.g. a lipo 3.7V battery is too high a voltage for the micro:bit. Read more..

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Make your Raspberry Pi Zero into a USB key

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Make your Raspberry Pi Zero into a USB key

Use this stem to make your Raspberry Pi Zero into a USB key!

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Pimoroni Mini Macro Keyboard Kit for the Raspberry Pi Zero

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Pimoroni Mini Macro Keyboard Kit for the Raspberry Pi Zero

Need more hot keys? Trigger custom actions quickly with this mini programmable  keyboard kit for your Raspberry Pi Zero!

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Kitronik Inventor's Kit - MicroPython examples and More

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Kitronik Inventor's Kit - MicroPython examples and More

We've been asked about Python versions for the Kitronik Inventor's Kit for the BBC micro:bit - check out this link to some of the Python example files. There's also a bunch of add-on kits so you can go even further with your Kitronik Inventor's Kit!

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Moonhack 2020 - there's still time to do some projects!

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Moonhack 2020 - there's still time to do some projects!

Code Club Australia's Moonhack is on again, and there's some time to check out some fun projects for kids aged 8 - 15!

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