Electronics kits & radio kits for young sparks. Kits to build circuits, buzzers, radios & more. No soldering. Learn about electrical circuits with our fun electronics kits.
9V + cable kit
- This package contains a 9v alkaline battery and a cable to connect it to the power Bit. Connect it up and then flip the switch to power all of your creations!..
- You can now easily incorporate programming into your littleBits circuits! It’s everything you know and love about Arduino without the breadboarding, soldering or wiring. Simply plug into your computer, snap together needed modules, and program away! You focus on the code, we'll cover the electronics..
- The bargraph is one of our favorite Bits: it has five LEDs in different colors that light up to show you how much signal the module is receiving. Try it with a pressure sensor to make your own strength-o-meter...
bend sensor kit
- The bend sensor turns on as you flex the long strip. To send signal to your output Bits, bend the strip down, towards the Bit's feet. But make sure not to crease it: that could damage your Bit! Try it with a bargraph to test its sensitivity...
- bitSnaps are the color-coded, magnetic connectors found on either end of all littleBits modules. Use these to make your own modules by attaching bitSnaps to either end of your printed circuit board. They allow you to snap modules together with ease and prevent you from connecting modules the wrong w..
- The Branch Bit gives you more options for connecting your Bits: it lets you connect the output of a single Bit to as many as three others, oriented in different directions. Use it when you want to trigger light, sound and motion at the same time...
brick adapter kit
- The Brick Adapter enables you to easily snap littleBits modules to LEGO® bricks. Each pack comes with brick adapter studs and sockets...
bright LED kit
- The bright LED (or "Light-Emitting Diode") is a small module that puts out a big light. Just like our other LED modules, it's a great way to shed some light on your creations. Choose the bright LED when you want a LOT of bright white light...
- A powerful brushless motor specially designed for the AR.Drone, is supplied with its own electronic speed controller, to guarantee high performance and a long life. The motor has a power rating of 15 Watts and rotates at 28,000 revolutions per minute when hovering. It represents 3,300 RPM at the pro..
- The button Bit is a classic: big, round and springy for comfortable pressing! Push to turn your creation on, and release to turn it off. Snap a buzzer in place after your button to sound out signals in morse code!..
- The buzzer Bit is just what it sounds like: it makes a noise that you just can't ignore. It buzzes whenever it gets an ON signal. Try using it to make your own doorbell or alarm!..
Cambridge Brainbox Cars And Boats Electronics Kit
- The Cambridge Brainbox Cars and Boats Electronics Kit will provide many happy hours of experimentation and enhanced learning. Over 50 experiments to be discovered by your child - and you.Learn about electric circuits Experiment with sensors Find out how to control the speed and direction of an elect..
Cambridge Brainbox Explorer Electronics Kit
- The Explorer Electronics Kit offers over 1200 electronics experiments. The kit comes with a well written manual detailing the experiments. This fabulous kit has over 60 individual components including transistors, resistors and capacitors. Circuits range from the basic - lighting a single bulb ..
Cambridge Brainbox Making Science Fun Kit
- A fun introduction to the world of electricity and electronics. Make spooky space war sounds. Includes colourful manual with easy to follow instructions. All the parts are designed for simple and quick assembly. Suitable for all ability levels, as all the parts are numbered and colour coded. Th..
Cambridge Brainbox Primary 2 Electronics Kit
- The Cambridge Brainbox Primary 2 Electronics Kit is designed to teach children the basic principles of electricity and electronics in a fun way. The Primary 2 Kit covers the requirements of the Science National Curriculum at Key Stages 1 & 2 with links to Design and technology, and adds many ext..
Cambridge Brainbox Primary Plus 2 Electronics Kit
- The Cambridge Brainbox Primary Plus 2 kit offers over 500 electronics experiments for your child to discover! Topics covered include the use of sensors to automatically control the world around us, how to make an AM radio and the use of sound modules to enhance the imagination. Much of the experimen..
Cambridge Brainbox Secondary 2 Electronics Kit
- The Cambridge Brainbox Secondary 2 Electronics Kit offers over 500 experiments and shows children how to explore circuits, use a multi-meter and make and test fuses amongst other things. Learn how to use a digital multi-meter (provided) to measure current and voltage. Find out about series and paral..
Coin Battery kit
- The coin battery is a small rechargeable power source. It can power most littleBits, but the mechanical Bits will deplete it quickly. Just flip the switch to turn it on and let power flow; when it's out of juice, plug it in with the included micro USB cable until the light goes from yellow to green...
DC motor kit
- The DC (or "Direct Current") motor rotates a shaft when you send it an ON signal. It even has a switch to set the direction of rotation! It also includes the motorMate-- an accessory that makes it easy to attach wheels, paper, cardboard, and lots of other materials to the motor. Simply slide it on t..
- The littleBits delay module takes incoming audio and repeats it, like an echo. It has two knobs: "time", which sets the delay length between a sound and its repetition, and "feedback", which controls how many times the sound repeats. Delays can be long and spacey, like shouting into the Grand Canyon..
- Our dimmer Bit lets you control your creations with a simple knob. Turn it clockwise to send more signal to the following Bits. Try using it to control how much your vibration motor is buzzing and bouncing around...
double AND kit
- The AND Bit is a logic gate with two inputs. Just like its name implies, it sends an ON signal from its output only when input one AND input two are both receiving an ON signal...
double OR kit
- The OR Bit is a logic gate with two inputs. Just like its name, if input one OR input two is receiving an ON signal, then it sends an ON signal from its output...
Electronics Learning Circuits
- This great kit for beginners is the perfect introduction to the world of electronics! Come to recognise circuit symbols and diagrams and have fun building projects that include an alternating blinker, a police siren, an alarm system, a light detector, a timer and more! The 64-page guidebook takes yo..
- The envelope modifies the loudness contour of a sound. It takes a sound input and shapes it into something you'd hear from an acoustic musical instrument, like a piano or saxophone. This envelope has two controls: "attack", which is how long it takes to ramp up to maximum volume, and "decay", which ..
- The fan Bit is just what you'd think: a small electric fan tethered to a littleBits module. It's great for those hot summer nights. Use our little fan to create fluttering movement in your creations or just to keep yourself cool...
- The filter has the most effect on the sound’s character or “timbre”. It affects the timbre by changing the relative volume of certain frequencies in the sound. Use it to give the impression that a sound is “brighter" (more high frequencies) or “darker” (more low frequencies.) The "cutoff" knob sets ..
- The fork Bit gives you more options for connecting your Bits: it lets you connect the output of a single Bit to as many as three others. The additional Bits will be right next to each other. Use it when you want to trigger light, sound, and motion at the same time...
- The Hardware Development Kit (HDK) is the quickest way to get started developing your own module for the bitLab. The two proto modules allow you to connect to PCBs and breadboards, while the perf module allows you to build a small circuit right on the module. When you're ready to design your own PCB..
- The inverter is a very contrary logic Bit. It sends out the opposite of whatever it receives: send it an ON signal, and the inverter changes it to an OFF signal, or vice versa. Try putting it between two lights after a button: clicking will make the LEDs blink back and forth, like the lights on top ..