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Crickit - Creative Robotics &...
Crickit - Creative Robotics & Interactive Construction Kit
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If you want to create your own robot friends then you are on the right page. Crickit is here to transform you favorite programming plateform into a robotic enabled plateform!
If you are wanting a companion, consider creating your own Johnny 5 robot. Robot are fun to program and open to your creativity (they will not complaint about the color used to paint him).
Adafruit designed Crickit to as a Creative Robotics & Interactive Construction Kit and this one is the perfect add-on to the BBC's micro:bit to create your friend by using MakeCode or Arduino.
Plug your Micro:bit into the Crickit 40 pin connector (it is a edge connector) and start controlling motors, servos, solenoids. Crickit also offers signal pins, a NeoPixel driver, several capacitive touch sensors and amplified output to wire a speaker. The crickit extends the functionnalities of your Micro:bit, you can still use all the features of your Micro:bit but now, woaw... you also get a lot of robotic oriented features.
Remark: at this stage, the Crickit is only supported on MakeCode and Arduino. MicroPython is not supported yet!
Under the hood, the crickit is powered by SeeSaw, an I2C multifunctionnal board created by Adafruit. Thanks to I2C, only 2 lines of signals are needed to control all the features of the Crickit board. The Seesaw on the Crickit board is like a co-processor handling the PWMs, sensors, timers, etc.
With Crickit, you get:
5 Volts based board
All the feature are powered with 5V DC power supply. So this board can be used to propel 5V servos, 5V DC motors, steppers, 5V solenoids, 5V relays and so on.
There is no voltage mixing so this board is made to avoids fatal mistake. So remember 5V only (do not use with 9V or 12V robotic components).
eFuse protected board
Adafruit designed the board with a solid power supply system to minimize risk of damages.
So the Crickit can drive high-current devices safely.
The Crickit power supply have an 'eFuse' management chip that will automatically turn off:
Every motor driver also have a fly-back protection diode.
For each order, you will receive the Crickit completely assembled and tested.
To use this board, you will need additionnal component like a Micro:bit, a 5V power supply. A 5V 2 Amp power supply will do the job.
We recommend a 5V 4A power supply if you are planning to work with large motors or large servos.
You can also find motors, servos, solenoids and other goodies on our shop.