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Power:bit for BBC micro:bit

SKU 2510
2 Reviews
£4.49 inc VAT
£3.74 ex VAT
112 in stock.

The Power:bit V1.4 is a power supply board designed for use with the BBC micro:bit. It is powered by two CR2025 coin cell batteries and attaches directly onto the micro:bit. Due to its small size and power, it's great for use in micro:bit wearable devices like pedometers, timers, portable music broadcasters and so on.

  • Powered by two CR2025 Li-batteries.
  • P0 connects buzzer externally.
  • P0 (Buzzer) , P1, P2, 3V, GND can all be accessed. 


    • 1 x power:bit 
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    Andy T.
    United Kingdom

    Power:bit ideal for portable application like a step counter.

    Easy to fit the board and the coin cells are still accessible without having to remove the board as in some. Provides a pin header with G V 2 1 and a buzzer chip connected to P0. See Elecfreaks for more info. Pity it takes the 2025 and not the more common 2032 cell (but some reviews say you can push in a 2032). Much neater than the battery box hanging off on a wire.

    Michael C.

    brilliant power supply for microbit

    Great product, a must for the microbit enthusiast, a break out board that actually frees you up to use the board off the lab top. Needed localised control with a power supply, was going to go for Lithium batteries but as attached to my son decided this was a better option compact and enough juice to light the LED ring for the hand lasers in a Genos cosplay, well happy with these. [URL=][IMG][/IMG][/URL] [URL=][IMG][/IMG][/URL] [URL=][IMG][/IMG][/URL] [URL=][IMG][/IMG][/URL] may have to get more as I want to play with the servos I have and a robotic arm using the wireless coms