ELECFREAKS Power:bit is a pocket-sized extension board. It is powered by two 2025/2032 button batteries and carries a buzzer on the board. Due to its small cute size and abundant electric power, it is quite suitable to be applied to micro:bit wearable devices like pedometers, timers, portable music broadcasters and so on.
Powered by two CR2025/CR2032 li-batteries.
The buzzer onboard is connected to P0 port on micro:bit.
P0, P1, P2, 3V, GND can be lead out by pins.
Enable to be used together with micro:bit and acrylic watch band.
The end marked I is for power on, and the other marked O is for power off.
1x4 Pin Connector
It can export pins like P1, P2, 3V, GND. We can use it to do some extensions.
Two CR2025 Battery Sockets
You can place two 2025 batteries（or 3V button battery）into the socket.
The buzzer is controlled by P0 port.
Fix micro:bit onto power:bit with 5 screws. Then place a pair of 3V 2050 battery into the battery socket of power:bit. When we slide the switch to the end marked I, the whole device is powered on. When we slide the switch to the end marked O, the whole device is powered off.
Click to open Makecode online editor, and write your code to make micro:bit screen display a flashing heart.
You can see the whole program from the link here:https://makecode.microbit.org/_MP28fbDmUMfz
Or you can download it from the page below.
A heart flashes on micro:bit screen.
1 x power:bit
7 x 3x5Countersunk Screw