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  • BARGRAPH
    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. ..
    S$21.90
  • BEND SENSOR
    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. ..
    S$28.80
  • BIT SNAPS
    bitSnaps are the color-coded, magnetic connectors found on either end of all Bits. Use these to make your own Bits by attaching bitSnaps to either end of your printed circuit board. ..
    S$28.80
  • BRICK ADAPTER
    The brick adapter enables you to easily snap your Bits to LEGO® bricks. Each pack comes with brick adapter studs and sockets. ..
    S$18.20
  • BRIGHT LED
    The bright LED (or "Light-Emitting Diode") is a small Bit that puts out a big light. Just like our other LED Bits, 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. ..
    S$18.20
  • BUTTON
    SHORT DESCRIPTION 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! GEEK SPEAK The button module will make or break the signal path between two modules. When the button is pressed, the output of the module is directly connected to the signal line input. When not pressed the output of the module is weakly pulled low through a 1meg resistor. ..
    S$14.40
  • BUZZER
    Bzzz! The buzzer Bit is just what it sounds like: it makes a noise like an alarm clock that you just can't ignore. It buzzes whenever it receives an ON signal. Try using it to make your own doorbell or alarm! ..
    S$21.90
  • DC MOTOR
    DC MOTOR 1 OUT OF 2 The DC motor rotates a shaft when it receives a signal. The more signal it receives, the faster the motor will spin. Click the arrow to the right to learn more about how it works! 2 OUT OF 2 A switch on the board lets you choose which direction the motor spins. CW spins clockwise and CCW spins counterclockwise. When the switch is in VAR (variable) mode, the amount of signal the motor receives from previous Bits allows you to control the speed and direction (clockwise or counterclockwise) of its motion. In this mode, using an input like a slide dimmer makes steering easy! SIZES Height 20.0 cm Width 77.0 cm Length 77.0 cm ..
    S$53.00
  • DELAY
    The delay Bit takes incoming audio and repeats it, like an echo. Delays can be long and spacey, like shouting into the Grand Canyon, or loud and crazy. ..
    S$28.80
  • DIMMER
    Twist this dimmer back and forth to control your circuit. As you twist the knob clockwise, more signal goes to the Bits that follow, brightening lights, speeding up motors, or raising the volume on buzzers. ..
    S$14.40