The LAMP:bit is designed to connect directly to your BBC Micro:Bit. It simulates a street light in both form and function. A phototransistor on the top of the LAMP:bit allows the LED to react to changes in light levels, switching on or off as a real street light would.
The LAMP:bit is designed in the same style as the STOP:bit and ACCESS:bit, allowing you to create a simulation transport or town project with them.
Power is supplied to the board from the micro:bit that is connected to it via the 0V and 3V pins.
The LAMP:bit is an accessory for the BBC micro:bit that replicates a street light.
It features a built-in phototransistor for autonomous switching.
The micro:bit can bolt-on/clip-on to the board.
Follows the same aesthetic as theSTOP:bit.
It can be used in conjunction with the STOP:bit for larger projects.
We have created custom code blocks for theMakeCode Editorthat are available as an Extension to the editor.
The bottom of the LAMP:bit PCB snaps off to form a stable cross base.