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  • Adafruit Wearable On/Off Switch with Leads (TACTWEAR)
    Adafruit Wearable Tactile On/Off Switch

    Squeeze once to turn on, squeeze again to turn off! This clicky switch makes a great power switch or mode toggler. We like this switch because it's easy to embed in a seam for easily powering up/off wearable and fabric projects. Can handle up to 14V and 2 Amps! This is a really satisfying switch.
    • Length of wires: 117mm / 4.6"
    • Thickness: 8.4mm / 0.33"
    • Length: 18.2mm / 0.72"
    • Width: 15.43mm / 0.6"
    • Weight: 4.39g
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    £3.00
  • Adafruit USB LiPo Charger (ADA-CHGLIPO)
    Adafruit Micro LiPo - USB LiIon/LiPoly Charger

    Oh so adorable, this is the tiniest little lipo charger, so handy you can keep it any project box! Its also easy to use. Simply plug in the gold plated contacts into any USB port and a 3.7V/4.2V lithium polymer or lithium ion rechargeable battery into the JST plug on the other end. There are two LEDs - one red and one green. While charging, the red LED is lit. When the battery is fully charged and ready for use, the green LED turns on. Seriously, it could not get more easy.

    Charging is performed in three stages: first a preconditioning charge, then a constant-current fast charge and finally a constant-voltage trickle charge to keep the battery topped-up. The charge current is 100mA by default, so it will work with any size battery and USB port. If you want you can easily change it over to 500mA mode by soldering closed the jumper on the back, for when you'll only be charging batteries with 500mAh size or larger.

    For use with Adafruit LiPoly/LiIon batteries only! Other batteries may have different voltage, chemistry, polarity or pinout.
    • Comes assembled and tested with a free bonus JST cable!
    • 5V input via PCB-style USB connector
    • For charging single Lithium Ion/Lithium Polymer 3.7/4.2v batteries (not for older 3.6/4.1v cells)
    • 100mA charge current, adjustable to 500mA by soldering a jumper closed
    • Free 2-pin JST cable included!
    Batteries not included.
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    £5.75
  • Adafruit Sewing Needles - Pack of 20 (NEEDLES)
    Adafruit Sewing Needles

    Mighty needles, sew like the wind! This needle set is the only one you'll need for any sort of hand sewing, especially using our conductive thread and wearable electronics parts.

    Each pack contains 20 gold-eye sharps, with eye sizes ranging from #3 (1.75" long) to #9 (1.35" long). The two #3's (the largest) are too large to pass through the sewable coin cell holder but otherwise are easy to use and thread. The four #9's (the smallest) are a little difficult to thread so you may not want to use them with our conductive thread - they'll be easier to use with normal thread however. The remaining 14 needles are perfect for use with our 2-ply stainless conductive thread or stainless conductive thin yarn
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    £1.65
  • Adafruit PowerBoost 500 Basic - 500mA at 5V from LIPO (PBST500)
    Adafruit PowerBoost Basic - Provides 500mA at 5.2V from 1.8V to 5V

    PowerBoost is the perfect power supply for your portable project! This little DC/DC boost converter module can run from 1.8V batteries or higher, and convert that voltage to 5.2V DC for running your 5V projects. Like our popular 5V 1A USB wall adapter, we tweaked the output to be 5.2V instead of a straight-up 5.0V so that there's a little bit of 'headroom' long cables, high draw, the addition of a diode on the output if you wish, etc. The 5.2V is safe for all 5V-powered electronics like Arduino, Raspberry Pi, or Beagle Bone while preventing icky brown-outs during high current draw because of USB cable resistance.

    The PowerBoost 500 has at the heart a TPS61090 boost converter from TI. This boost converter chip has some really nice extras such as low battery detection, 2A internal switch, synchronous conversion, excellent efficiency, and 700KHz high-frequency operation. Check out these specs!

    • Synchronous operation means you can disconnect the output completely by connecting the ENable pin to ground. This will completely turn off the output
    • 2A internal switch (~2.5A peak limiting) means you can get 500mA+ from as low as 1.8V, 750mA+ from 2 NiMH or Alkaline batteries, and at least 1000mA from a 3.7V LiPoly/LiIon battery or 3 NiMH/Alkalines.
    • Low battery indicator LED lights up red when the voltage dips below 3.2V, optimized for the most common usage of LiPo/LiIon battery usage
    • On-board 500mA charge-rate 'Apple/iOS' data resistors. Solder in the included USB connector and you can plug in any iPhone or iPod for 500mA charge rate. Not suggested for iPad (which really needs 1A charge rate).
    • Full breakout for battery in, control pins and power out
    • 90%+ operating efficiency in most cases (see datasheet for efficiency graphs), and low quiescent current: 5mA when enabled and power LED is on, 20uA when disabled (power and low batt LED are off)
    Great for powering your robot, Arduino project, single-board-computer such as Raspberry Pi or BeagleBone! Each order comes with one fully assembled and tested PCB and a loose USB A jack. If you are powering your project from USB, solder the USB A jack in (a 3-minute soldering task). If you would like to use a terminal block, pick up a 3.5mm 2pin block and solder to the output spot where the USB jack would go. Or don't solder anything in for a more compact power pack.
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    £7.50
  • Adafruit PowerBoost 1000 Basic - 1000mA at 5V from LIPO (PBST1000)
    Adafruit PowerBoost Basic - Provides 1000mA at 5.2V from 1.8V to 5V

    PowerBoost is the perfect power supply for your power-hungry portable project! This little DC/DC boost converter module can run from 1.8V batteries or higher, and convert that voltage to 5.2V DC for running your 5V projects. With a beefy 4A DC/DC converter, it can give you 1A+ from as low as 2V. 

    Adafruit have tweaked the output to be 5.2V instead of a straight-up 5.0V so that there's a little bit of 'headroom' long cables, high draw, the addition of a diode on the output if you wish, etc. The 5.2V is safe for all 5V-powered electronics like Arduino, Raspberry Pi, or Beagle Bone while preventing icky brown-outs during high current draw because of USB cable resistance.

    The PowerBoost 1000 has at the heart a TPS61030 boost converter from TI. This boost converter chip has some really nice extras such as low battery detection, 4A internal switch, synchronous conversion, excellent efficiency, and 700KHz high-frequency operation. Check out these specs!

    • Synchronous operation means you can disconnect the output completely by connecting the ENable pin to ground. This will completely turn off the output
    • 4A internal switch means you can get 1000mA+ from as low as 1.8V, 1500mA+ from 2 NiMH or Alkaline batteries, and at least 2000mA from a 3.7V LiPoly/LiIon battery or 3 NiMH/Alkalines. Just make sure your batteries can actually supply the required 2-4A, OK?
    • Low battery indicator LED lights up red when the voltage dips below 3.2V, optimized for the most common usage of LiPo/LiIon battery usage
    • On-board 1000mA charge-rate 'Apple/iOS' data resistors. Solder in the included USB connector and you can plug in any iPhone or iPod for a speedy 1000mA charge rate. Works with iPads, both mini and 'classic' type.
    • Full breakout for battery in, control pins and power out
    • 90%+ operating efficiency in most cases (see datasheet for efficiency graphs), and low quiescent current: 5mA when enabled and power LED is on, 20uA when disabled (power and low batt LED are off)

    Great for powering your robot, Arduino project, single-board-computer such as Raspberry Pi or BeagleBone! Each order comes with one fully assembled and tested PCB, a loose 2-PH JST jack, a 2-pin Terminal block and a loose USB A jack.

    If you are powering your project from USB, solder the USB A jack in (a 3-minute soldering task). Then choose either JST for input (JST is often used for our LiIon batteries, but the connector is only rated for 2A) or a terminal block. 

    The 1000 version comes with a 2-pin terminal block so you can solder it to the output spot where the USB jack would go. Or don't solder any connectors in for a more compact power pack and go with 22AWG wires soldered directly in.

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    £11.25
  • Adafruit LiPo PowerBoost 500 & Charger - 500mA at 5V from 1.8 to 5V (PBST500C)
    Adafruit PowerBoost Charger - Provides 500mA at 5.2V from 1.8V to 5V

    PowerBoost 500 with charger is the perfect power supply for your portable project! With a built-in battery charger circuit, you'll be able to keep your project running even while recharging the battery! This little DC/DC boost converter module can be powered by any 3.7V LiIon/LiPoly battery, and convert the battery output to 5.2V DC for running your 5V projects.

    Adafruit tweaked the output to be 5.2V instead of a straight-up 5.0V so that there's a little bit of 'headroom' for long cables, high draw, the addition of a diode on the output if you wish, etc. The 5.2V is safe for all 5V-powered electronics like Arduino, Raspberry Pi, or Beagle Bone while preventing icky brown-outs during high current draw because of USB cable resistance.

    The PowerBoost 500C has at the heart a TPS61090 boost converter from TI. This boost converter chip has some really nice extras such as low battery detection, 2A internal switch, synchronous conversion, excellent efficiency, and 700KHz high-frequency operation. Check out these specs!

    • Synchronous operation means you can disconnect the output completely by connecting the ENable pin to ground. This will completely turn off the output
    • 2A internal switch (~2.5A peak limiting) means you can get 500mA+ from a 3.7V LiPoly/LiIon battery. We had no problem drawing 1000mA, just make sure your battery can handle it!
    • Low battery indicator LED lights up red when the voltage dips below 3.2V, optimized for LiPo/LiIon battery usage
    • Onboard 500mA charge-rate 'iOS' data resistors. Solder in the USB connector and you can plug in any iPhone or iPod for 500mA charge rate. Not suggested for large iPads.
    • Full breakout for battery in, control pins and power out
    • 90%+ operating efficiency in most cases (see datasheet for efficiency graphs), and low quiescent current: 5mA when enabled and power LED is on, 20uA when disabled (power and low batt LED are off)
    To make this even more useful, we stuck a MicroLipo charger on the other side. The charger circuitry is powered from a microUSB jack, and will recharge any 3.7V/4.2V LiIon or LiPoly battery at 500mA max rate. There's two LEDs for monitoring the charge rate, a yellow one tells you its working, a green one lights up when its done. You can charge and boost at the same time no problem, without any interruption on the output so its fine for use as a "UPS" (un-interruptable power supply) for a low-current draw device. Just be aware that the charge rate is 500mA max, so if you're drawing more than ~300mA continuously from the 5V output side, the battery will slowly drain since the charge rate is less than the dis-charge rate. For example, a Pi works fine but a BBB uses too much current for it to act like a UPS.

    Great for powering your robot, Arduino project, single-board-computer such as Raspberry Pi or BeagleBone! Each order comes with one fully assembled and tested PCB and a loose USB A jack. If you are powering your project from USB, solder the USB A jack in (a 3-minute soldering task). If you would like to use a terminal block, pick up a 3.5mm 2pin block and solder to the output spot where the USB jack would go. Or don't solder anything in for a more compact power pack.

    Each order comes with a fully assembled and tested PowerBoost 500C + USB jack. Does not come with a Lipoly or LiIon battery, but we have tons in the shop, just pick one with more than 500mAh of capacity. Also doesn't come with the nice iPhone or charger cable.  Be sure to read Adafruit's lovely tutorial for details, schematics, and more!
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    £10.45
  • Adafruit Sewable Snaps 5mm Diameter - Pack of 24 (SEWSNAPS)
    Adafruit Sewable Snaps

    The small 5mm size of these tin-plated brass snaps means they fit perfectly on Flora's pads! Snaps make a great connector for wearables-- solder one side to the board and sew the other to your project with conductive thread! This card comes with 24 complete snaps (socket and stud pairs).

    Some discoloration may occur during soldering. These snaps are washable, oxidation-resistant, and nonmagnetic
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    £3.30
  • BBC Micro:Bit in Gift Box (Microbit) (MBIT)

    BBC Micro:Bit in Gift Box

    BBC micro:bit is a BBC initiative to get kids in the UK coding. A royalty from the sale of this BBC micro:bit merchandise helps promote digital creativity amongst young people in the UK.

    The BBC micro:bit 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, users can create anything from games and animations to scrolling stories at school, at home and on the go - all you need is imagination and creativity.


    Available in 4 striking colours (Red, Blue, Yellow and Green). "You will be sent random colours of BBC micro:bit, you will not be able to order items based on their colour"

    Child Friendly:
    • Detects motion and direction - Shake the BBC micro:bit to play the classic Paper, scissors, stone game. Navigate around your local park with the onboard compass.
    • Control games using the 2 buttons
    • Flash messages or animations across the 25 programmable lights
    • Connect the BBC micro:bit to your phone using Bluetooth wireless technology to take selfies without touching your phone
    • Add a speaker to one of three connecting rings to play sounds or music.

    Micro:bit features:
    • Multiple sensors
    • Programmed via software via USB
    • Multiple platform support Windows, iOS, tablet, mobile
    • Open Source hardware (OSHW)

    Top Side
    • 3 Digital/Analogue input/output rings
    • Power port ring
    • Ground ring
    • 25 individually programmable LEDs
    • 2 programmable buttons

    Bottom Side
    • 23-bit ARM Cortex M0+ CPU
    • Bluetooth Smart Antenna
    • Accelerometer and compass
    • Micro USB
    • 20-pin edge connector
    • Battery connector
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    £10.80
  • Sparkles Baton - A chain of 8 Sparkles for Crumble (SPRKBATON)
    Sparkle Baton
    A row of 8 full-colour LEDs (“Sparkles”), on one PCB, with croc-clip friendly connections at each end.

    The colour of each LED can be set individually by the Crumble and the “power-in” and “power-out” connections at each end mean the batons can be chained together, with up to 4 batons controlled by 1 Crumble
     
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    £7.00
  • Sewable Push Button Switch (KIT2708)

    This sewable push switch can be used to activate your e-textiles project whilst it is pressed down (the circuit is broken as soon as pressure on the switch is released).

    It has two connection points to which the conductive thread is connected.The PCBs are double sided making the conductive thread connection very reliable (see example picture).

    Features:

    • Double Sided PCBs for reliable connections.
    • Clearly marked '+' and '-' connections.

    Contents:

    • 1 x Ultra Slim Push Switch.

    Dimensions:

    • Length: 18mm.
    • Width: 8.5mm.
    • Height: 3mm.
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    £0.75
  • Sewable Coin Cell Holder (KIT2701)

    This specially designed e-textile coin cell holder has large connection points for the conductive thread.

    These are clearly marked to show the battery polarity. It is also uses a very thin PCB material to keep it's size to a minimum.

    This allows it to be incorporated into your own e-textiles designs.

    Caution: This coin cell holder contains Nickel and should not be used in designs where it will be in prolonged contact with the skin.

    The board accepts CR2032 batteries.

    Dimensions: L34 x W20 x H4.5mm.

    Add to Cart
    £1.10
  • Ultimate Crumble Starter Kit (CRMULT)
    Ultimate Crumble Starter Kit

    The Crumble is a cheap, easy-to-use electronics controller. A few ‘croc’ leads and a USB cable are all you need to connect motors, LEDs and sensors and begin experimenting. No programming experience is required as the FREE software is a graphical, drag-and-drop system inspired by MIT Scratch.

    This Ultimate Starter Kit Comprises:

    Crumble controller is NOT included unless option is selected

    Basic Kit
    • 4tronix Battery Crumb (with switch, fuse and indicator LED
    • 2 x Sparkles (RGB colour pixels)
    • 12 x Crocodile clip leads (2 of each: Black, Red, Yellow, Green, Blue, White)
    • Extra cost option: Crumble controller (the bit that does the magic!) with USB Lead
    • NB. The Crumble is not always included because many customers already have one
    + 5 Blue Digital Input Crumbs
    • Button/Switch Crumb
    • Reed Crumb (Magnetic switch)
    • Capacitive Touch Sensor Crumb
    • Proximity Sensor Crumb
    • PIR (Crumb (passive infrared motion sensor)
    + 4 Yellow Analog Input Crumbs
    • Dial Crumb
    • Slider Crumb
    • Light Sensor Crumb
    • Motion Sensor Crumb
    + 2 Black Digital Output Crumbs
    • Traffic Light Crumb
    • Buzzer Crumb
    + 3 Red "Analog" Output Crumbs
    • Motor Crumbs with wheel
    • Servo Crumb
    • Number Crumb

    See our article on getting started with Crumble and Crumbs

    Download Crumble Software here

    Crumble Getting Started Guide

    The Crumble is an easy-to-use programmable controller. It can drive 2 motors forwards and backwards at variable speeds. It has 4 IO (Input/Output) pads which allow connections to switches, LDRs, low power LEDs and so on.

    Basic Connections

    The Crumble has been designed to encourage tinkering, using ‘croc leads’ for quick and simple connections. Pads allow terminal blocks to be fitted or a direct solder connection made, while the larger 4mm holes make an easy target for conductive thread and needle.

    Crumble with croc leads

    The Crumble software runs on PC, Mac and, in the near future, Linux (including the Raspberry Pi). Inspired by MIT Scratch, programs are simply built by snapping blocks together on screen. Sending a program to the Crumble is almost instant, allowing rapid experimentation.

    The Crumble can be extended with digitally controlled full-colour LED, called Sparkles. Additionally, several expansions board (Crumbs) are also in the works.

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    £65.95
  • Adafruit NeoPixels v2 - Pack of 4 Flora Smart Neo Pixels 24-Bit RGB LEDs (#1260)

    Adafruit Neo Pixels - Pack of 4, RGB LEDs (Model #1260)


    What's a wearable project without LEDs? Our favorite part of the Flora platform is these tiny smart pixels. Designed specifically for wearables, these updated Flora NeoPixels have ultra-cool technology: these ultra-bright LEDs have a constant-current driver cooked right into the LED package! The pixels are chainable - so you only need 1 pin/wire to control as many LEDs as you like. They're easy to sew, and the chainable design means no crossed threads.

    This is the second version of the Flora NeoPixels, which runs at at 'high speed' 800KHz communication. Unfortunately they are not back-compatible with the chip-on-back 'low speed' (400KHz) Flora NeoPixels. If you have a project that already uses low speed pixels, and you want to attach more pixels to the chain, you will need to purchase version 1's as these are not cross-compatible.

    These pixels have full 24-bit color ability with PWM taken care of by the controller chip. Since the LED is so bright, you need less current/power to get the effects you want. The driver is constant current so its OK if your battery power changes or fluctuates a little.

    Each pixel draws as much as 60mA (all three RGB LEDs on for full brightness white). In theory, the Flora can drive up to 500 pixels at 30 FPS (it will run out of RAM after that). However, after about 10 pixels (or if the distance between pixels is more than an inch or two) the resistance of the thread can affect the power supply. For large quantities of pixels over 10, you may want to consider using stranded core wire or copper braid to provide a "power bus" for the pixels - the current draw will add up fast!

    Each order comes with 4 individually controllable pixels.
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    £7.00
  • Adafruit NeoPixel Quarter 60 Ring - 15 x WS2812 5050 RGB LED with Integrated Drivers (ADA-QRING15)

    Adafruit NeoPixel Quarter Ring - 15 x WS2812 5050 RGB LEDs (Model #1768)

    The biggest NeoPixel Ring yet! With four of these you can make a huge ring with 60 ultra bright smart LED NeoPixels are arranged in a circle with a 6.2" diameter. Each order comes with just the quarter ring. Four of this item are required to make a large ring. You will have to solder them together as well, so for the full ring of 60 LEDs, buy four and solder them together!

    The rings are 'chainable' - connect the output pin of one to the input pin of another. Use only one microcontroller pin to control as many as you can chain together! Each LED is addressable as the driver chip is inside the LED. Each one has ~18mA constant current drive so the color will be very consistent even if the voltage varies, and no external choke resistors are required making the design slim. Power the whole thing with 5VDC and you're ready to rock.

    There is a single data line with a very timing-specific protocol. Since the protocol is very sensitive to timing, it requires a real-time microcontroller such as an AVR, Arduino, PIC, mbed, etc. It cannot be used with a Linux-based microcomputer or interpreted microcontroller such as the netduino or Basic Stamp. Adafruit's wonderfully-written Neopixel library for Arduino supports these pixels! As it requires hand-tuned assembly it is only for AVR cores but others may have ported this chip driver code so please google around. An 8MHz or faster processor is required.

    Comes with one quarter ring of 15 x individually addressable RGB LEDs assembled and tested. We recommend you buy four to build the full circle as this is just the 1/4 of the circle.
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    £6.95
  • USB DIY Connector Shell - MicroB Plug (ADA1390)
    DIY Micro-USB Connector Shell

    Make your own USB connections without slicing apart a USB cable and soldering those thin wires inside.

    Each shell comes with a two-part snap plastic shell and a proper connector with easy-to-solder tabs
    Add to Cart
    £1.00
  • Crumble Starter Kit: Croc Clips, LEDs. Sparkles. USB Cable (CRMSTART)
    Crumble Controller - Basic Starter Kit

    The Crumble is a cheap, easy-to-use electronics controller. A few ‘croc’ leads and a USB cable are all you need to connect motors, LEDs and sensors and begin experimenting. No programming experience is required as the FREE software is a graphical, drag-and-drop system inspired by MIT Scratch.

    This Basic Starter Kit Comprises:
    • Crumble controller (the bit that does the magic!)
    • 2 x Sparkles (RGB colour pixels)
    • 10 x Crocodile clip leads (2 of each: Black, Red, Yellow, Green, White)
    • 5 x LEDs (Red, Yellow, Green, White, Blue) - connect directly to the A, B, C or D outputs
    • 1 x LDR (light sensor) - use Analog inputs to determine light levels
    • USB Cable
    • Battery Crumb with switch and indicator and Crumble compatible connections (Requires 3xAA batteries - not included)
    View our Crumble quickstart guide here

    Download Crumble Software here

    Download Crumble Getting Started Guide

    The Crumble is an easy-to-use programmable controller. It can drive 2 motors forwards and backwards at variable speeds. It has 4 IO (Input/Output) pads which allow connections to switches, LDRs, low power LEDs and so on.

    Basic Connections

    The Crumble has been designed to encourage tinkering, using ‘croc leads’ for quick and simple connections. Pads allow terminal blocks to be fitted or a direct solder connection made, while the larger 4mm holes make an easy target for conductive thread and needle.

    Crumble with croc leads

    The Crumble software runs on PC, Mac and, in the near future, Linux (including the Raspberry Pi). Inspired by MIT Scratch, programs are simply built by snapping blocks together on screen. Sending a program to the Crumble is almost instant, allowing rapid experimentation.

    The Crumble can be extended with digitally controlled full-colour LED, called Sparkles. Additionally, several expansions board (Crumbs) are also in the works.

    Add to Cart
    £20.00
  • Servo Crumb for Crumble Controller (CRSERVO)
    Servo Crumb for Crumble
    (AnalogOutput Crumb)

    This Crumb is fully compatible with the Crumble Controller and makes it easy to use Croc Clips to move the servo arm from -90 degrees to +90 degrees.

    The Crumble software can directly drive this servo Crumb using the servo commands to move 90 degrees left and right

    A micro servo is ready assembled onto the Crumb, but other servos can be connected instead if required to the 3-pin standard servo header.

    Crumb Colour Coding:
    Yellow: Analog Input
    Red: Analog Output
    Blue: Digital Input
    Black: Digital Output

    See our Crumble QuickStart Guide
    Add to Cart
    £5.50
  • Crumble Controller (CRUMBLE)
    The Crumble is a cheap, easy-to-use electronics controller. A few ‘croc’ leads and a USB cable are all you need to connect motors, LEDs and sensors and begin experimenting. No programming experience is required as the FREE software is a graphical, drag-and-drop system inspired by MIT Scratch.

    See our QuickStart Guide for Connectivity and Programming Suggestions

    Download Crumble Software here

    Crumble Getting Started Guide


    The Crumble is an easy-to-use programmable controller. It can drive 2 motors forwards and backwards at variable speeds. It has 4 IO (Input/Output) pads which allow connections to switches, LDRs, low power LEDs and so on.

    Basic Connections

    The Crumble has been designed to encourage tinkering, using ‘croc leads’ for quick and simple connections. Pads allow terminal blocks to be fitted or a direct solder connection made, while the larger 4mm holes make an easy target for conductive thread and needle.

    Crumble with croc leads

    The Crumble software runs on PC, Mac and, in the near future, Linux (including the Raspberry Pi). Inspired by MIT Scratch, programs are simply built by snapping blocks together on screen. Sending a program to the Crumble is almost instant, allowing rapid experimentation.

    The Crumble can be extended with digitally controlled full-colour LED, called Sparkles. Additionally, several expansions board (Crumbs) are also in the works.

    Add to Cart
    £10.00
  • Super Crumble Starter Kit with Crumble Controller, USB & Crumbs (CRMSUPER)
    Crumble Controller - SuperStarter Kit

    The Crumble is a cheap, easy-to-use electronics controller. A few ‘croc’ leads and a USB cable are all you need to connect motors, LEDs and sensors and begin experimenting. No programming experience is required as the FREE software is a graphical, drag-and-drop system inspired by MIT Scratch.

    This Super Starter Kit Comprises:
    • Crumble controller (the bit that does the magic!)
    • 2 x Sparkles (RGB colour pixels)
    • 10 x Crocodile clip leads (2 of each: Black, Red, Yellow, Green, White)
    • USB Cable
    • Battery Crumb with Switch and indicator LED
    • Button/Switch Crumb
    • Traffic Light Crumb
    • Slider Crumb
    • Motor Crumb with wheel
    • Presented in a solid plastic parts case (we are now using a clear case, not the yellow one shown)
    See our article on getting started with Crumble and Crumbs

    Download Crumble Software here

    Crumble Getting Started Guide

    The Crumble is an easy-to-use programmable controller. It can drive 2 motors forwards and backwards at variable speeds. It has 4 IO (Input/Output) pads which allow connections to switches, LDRs, low power LEDs and so on.

    Basic Connections

    The Crumble has been designed to encourage tinkering, using ‘croc leads’ for quick and simple connections. Pads allow terminal blocks to be fitted or a direct solder connection made, while the larger 4mm holes make an easy target for conductive thread and needle.

    Crumble with croc leads

    The Crumble software runs on PC, Mac and, in the near future, Linux (including the Raspberry Pi). Inspired by MIT Scratch, programs are simply built by snapping blocks together on screen. Sending a program to the Crumble is almost instant, allowing rapid experimentation.

    The Crumble can be extended with digitally controlled full-colour LED, called Sparkles. Additionally, several expansions board (Crumbs) are also in the works.

    Add to Cart
    £29.05
  • Edge Connector for BBC Micro:Bit (Microbit) (HDRMBIT)

    Edge Connector for BBC Micro:Bit

    The standard through-hole edge connector for use with the BBC Micro:Bit.
    The edge connector has 40 pins on either side at 1.27mm pitch, which translates to the 20 "actual" pins on the Micro:Bit

    This is the same connector used in our Bit:Bot, Robo:Bit and Bit:2:Pi products

    View PDF Datasheet here
    Add to Cart
    £1.80
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