The ELECFREAKS Ring:bit Car is a small DIY smart car driven by the BBC micro:bit and the ELECFREAKS Ring:bit. The Ring:bit extends the micro:bit's 3 GPIO ports and allow for different sensors and components to be easily attached to the micro:bit. A basic Ring:bit Car can be easily programmed to run autonomously, with a remote control, and even create rainbow beacons of light. Just add one of the many extensions available and your Ring:bit Car can do even more things like line and light following, obstacle avoiding, drawing and more!
micro:bit is a tiny programmable computer, designed to make learning and teaching easy and fun!
The servo is special for micro:bit and it works well at 3V, unlike many other servos.
The speed is accuracy for better for better driving experience.
|Name||Ring:bit Car V2|
|Power supply||3 x AAA|
|Continues running time||More than 240 miuntes|
|Number of IO||3|
|Line follow||Need extend package||Optinonal|
|Light bar||Need extend package||Optinonal|
|IR evading obstacle||Need extend package||Optinonal|
|Ultrasonic||Need extend package||Optinonal|
|Size||90mm x 40mm x 150mm|