SparkFun gator:bit v2 Hookup Guide
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Resources and Going Further
For more information, check out the resources below.
- SparkFun gator:bit v2
- About micro:bit - Information about the micro:bit foundation.
- Hardware - Technical and compliance information.
- Getting Started - Getting started with the micro:bit.
- micro:bit Programming - List of programming environments for the micro:bit.
- Activities - Ideas from the micro:bit website.
- Projects - Projects that you can build with your micro:bit.
- Apps - The micro:bit apps let you send code to your micro:bit wirelessly using Bluetooth. No leads needed!
- Educator Teaching Resources - Resources for educators. Classroom oriented activities based on the micro:bit.
- Code Club Activities - 6 activities from Code Club to try out!
- BBC micro:bit - Kitronik University - More micro:bit tutorials.
- SparkFun micro:bit Landing Page
- SparkFun micro:bit Series - Video tutorials to get started using the micro:bit or using it with MicroPython.
Note: Looking for more components to to connect with your gator:bit? Check out the following gator accessories.
For additional SparkFun tutorials, check out some of these related micro:bit tutorials:
micro:climate Kit Experiment Guide
A weather station kit that is built on top of the inexpensive, easy-to-use micro:bit and Microsoft MakeCode.
SparkFun gator:microphone Hookup Guide
The gator:microphone is an I2C sensor for detecting sound with an electret microphone. This tutorial will get you started using the gator:microphone with the micro:bit platform.
SparkFun gator:log Hookup Guide
The gator:log is a serial communication based data logger. This tutorial will get you started using the gator:log with the micro:bit platform.
Wireless Remote Weather Station with micro:bit
Monitor the weather without being exposed to it through wireless communication between two micro:bits using the radio blocks! This is useful if your weather station is installed in a location that is difficult to retrieve data from the OpenLog. We will also explore a few different ways to send and receive data.
Try exploring micro:bit with cardboard circuits!