Micro:bit V1.3

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Micro:bit (also referred to as BBC Micro:Bit, stylized as micro:bit) is an ARM-based embedded system designed by the BBC for use in computer education in the UK.

The board is 4 cm × 5 cm and has an ARM Cortex-M0 32-bit processor, accelerometer and magnetometer sensors, Bluetooth and USB connectivity, a display consisting of  5x5 LEDs, and two programmable buttons; and it can be powered by either USB or an external battery pack. The device inputs and outputs are through five ring connectors that are part of the 23-pin edge connector. We can do pretty cool stuff with this micro:bit.

support software programming C++, Makecode, Python, Scratch and letscode


Compatibility of letscode for micro:bit on Elecrow

Connect a variety of mainstream hardware devices&supports Arduino, Micro:bit, etc

Learn more about lestcode>>= https://www.elecrow.com/letscode.html


  • Onboard speaker
  • MEMs Microphone with LED indicator
  • Touch-sensitive logo
  • Built-in sleep/off mode means the board can be powered-down with batteries connected
  • The discrete regulator that can supply up to 190mA of current to external accessories


  • Type: miniature surface-mount red LED
  • Physical structure: 5x5 matrix
  • Electrical structure: 3x9
  • Intensity control: 10 steps
  • Intensity range: TBC
  • Sensing: ambient light estimation via software algorithm
  • Sensing Range: TBC, 10 levels from off to full on
  • Colour sensitivity: red centric, red is 700nm
  • Dimensions: 5cm(w) 4cm(h)
  • Net Weight: 9g

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