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Cool Components BBC micro:bit V2 with ZIP Halo Bundle

SKU 2376
£29.99 inc VAT
£24.99 ex VAT
2 in stock.

Add some colour to your life with our new BBC micro:bit V2 with ZIP Halo Bundle. The Halo has 24 ZIP LEDs, which are individually addressable full-colour LEDs. This means that each LED can display a huge spectrum of colours, allowing amazing colourful effects to be achieved. The bundle includes everything you'll need to get started, a BBC micro:bit, ZIP Halo and a LiPo battery so you can create some amazing wearable projects.

Bundle includes:

  • 1 x BBC micro:bit V2 - Unboxed
  • 1 x ZIP Halo with included screws
  • 1 x 850 mAh LiPo battery

ZIP Halo:

The Halo bolts directly onto the BBC micro:bit using five bolts which are secure and robust. The board also has extension connector pads (0.1” pitch) allowing more ZIP LEDs to be connected. The P1 and P2 micro:bit pins are also broken out to 0.1" pads along with power and GND. This allows for additional connections to low power components such as sensors and switches.

The LEDs used are based on the WS2812B part which is compatible with any WS2812B driver code. They can also be coded in the MakeCode Block/Javascript editor.

  • Halo has 24 individually addressable ZIP LEDs.
  • Compatible with Adafruit NeoPixel and other WS2812B driver code.
  • Supply voltage: 3.5V to 5V.
  • Halo bolts directly onto the BBC micro:bit.
  • The board also has extension connector pads.

BBC micro:bit V2:

The BBC micro:bit V2 is a pocket-sized computer that you can code, customise and control to bring your digital ideas, games and apps to life. Measuring 4cm by 5cm, and designed to be fun and easy to use. You can create anything from games and animations to scrolling stories - all you need is imagination and creativity.

The BBC micro:bit is completely programmable. That means each of its LEDs can be individually programmed as can its buttons, inputs and outputs, accelerometer, magnetometer and Bluetooth Smart Technology. The BBC micro:bit can be programmed in Javascript, Python and Microsoft Block Editor + Touch Develop.