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micro:bit circular RGB LED expansion board with micropython examples

The next add on board I looked at was essentially an RGB LED ring that you connected to the micro:bit, you attached it and...

A piano module for the micro:bit with micropython example

This is an interesting add-on for the micro:bit, its a little piano. Lets take a look at it It has the following features micro:bit edge...

A look at the scroll:bit for the Micro:bit with some Micropython examples

In this article we look at the scroll:bit, this is an add on from Pimoroni which contains a lot of LEDs, in fact there...

BMP280 barometric pressure sensor Micropython example

In this example we connect a BMP280 barometric pressure sensor to an ESP32 running Micropython BMP280 is an absolute barometric pressure sensor especially designed for...

Si7021 I2C Humidity and Temperature Sensor example in Micropython

In this example we connect a Si7021 I2C Humidity and Temperature Sensor to an ESP32 running Micropython The Si7021 I2C Humidity and Temperature Sensor is...

A Si1145 sensor Micropython example on an ESP32

In this example we connect a Si1145 sensor to an ESP32 running Micropython The Si1145/46/47 is a low-power, reflectance-based, infrared proximity, ultraviolet (UV) index, and...

A HDC1008 digital humidity sensor Micropython example on an ESP32

In this example we connect a HDC1008 digital humidity sensor to an ESP32 running Micropython The HDC1008 is a digital humidity sensor with integrated temperature...

A BMP180 Micropython example on an ESP32

In this example we connect a BMP180 barometric pressure sensor to an ESP32 running Micropython The BMP180 is the new digital barometric pressure sensor of...

HC-SR04 Ultrasonic ranging module and Pyboard example in Micropython

In this example we connect a HC-SR04 Ultrasonic ranging module to a Pyboard Ultrasonic ranging module HC - SR04 provides 2cm - 400cm non-contact measurement function,...

Connecting an AD keypad to a Micro:bit with Micropython example

I purchased this module as part of another microcontroller kit, its an interesting little module as it has 16 buttons but with only 1 I/O...