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Tiny:bit is a robotic car for the micro:bit education market. It is compact, easy to assemble, and easy to move in tight spaces. The Tiny:bit smart car is based on the micro:bit development board design and uses the online code programming of MakeCode Editor. Rich sensor applications allow Tiny:bit for easy interaction. The Tiny:bit smart car has a set of alligator clips on the rear that can be creative and expand.
- Simple design with small size.
- Support Makecode graphical programming and Python programming.
- "Interactive" Robotic car.
- Alligator clip at the end.
- Intelligent obstacle avoidance, following, playing music, tracking,Interesting lighting and APP supporting.
- Compatible with building block.
micro USB cable*1
Plastic rivet bag*1
Line tracking map*1
Package one: Tiny:bit+Micro:bit V2 *1
Package two: Tiny:bit + Wrist:bit
Package four: Tiny:bit+ Handle
QUESTIONS & ANSWERSAsk a Question
Hello! Is there some input left to add another sensor?
Thanks for your question.
This car comes with many sensors, such as ultrasonic, infrared remote control receiver, sound sensor, tracking sensor and so on. We have reserved 4 alligator clip ports at its tail, which can be used to connect other sensors. I
If you want to carry out more extended experiments, we recommend you to use this car, it has more interfaces for external module.
¿Does the product provides any way to charge de battery? and how .
Thanks for your question.
This product is powered by a rechargeable lithium battery. The kit includes a Micro USB cable for charging and downloading programs.
Robot car can be charged by connecting it to the USB port of the computer by Micro USB cable.
Customer ReviewsWrite a review
The instructions are pretty straightforward. They explain how to download the software and to configure it for the kit.
The micro:bit connects to the kit easily and is not too tough to program if you are already familiar with Scratch or MakeCode. If you haven't already used MakeCode, it may be a little challenging to get started.
The wheel/motor assembly does not mount on the board securely, so if you program the robot to go too quickly, the motor may fall off. A little bit of glue to hold the retaining pins can help.
Note: you must have your own micro:bit as the kit does not include it.
We provide Tinybit and Tinybit+Microbit V2 options, users can choose by themselves when purchasing.
This is quite possibly the best electronics STEM kit for kids to understand how things are assembled and how computers and robots work with programming.
The assembly is relatively easy. Everything you need is in the box including tools.
This kit is both more flexible, useful, and cheaper than most other robot STEM kits.
1. Small size, easy to carry, the delivery list includes infrared remote control and tracking map, which will be used by children in class.
2.18650 battery life time is enough, students can use it repeatedly for a long time.
3. Compatible with Lego blocks, you can build some interesting shapes.
4. APP supports Android and iOS phones.
5. Last but not least, it is the cheapest car in the Micro:bit series.
The cheapest Microbit car I have ever encountered. I am a purchaser in our school. I bought 30 units at one time and shipped them soon. The children in class liked this car.
Simple but objective. It allows to give life to several projects with robotics, programming (microbit, makecode, scratch, etc ...). Ideal for those who want to start testing with little investment. Quality parts.