We have 1 units of the Joystick:bit v2 for micro:bit in stock at our Sydney warehouse.
Joystick:bit v2 for micro:bit
We can get a further 100 units from Elecfreaks Australia.
If you order today we can dispatch this stock between Wednesday, Dec 26 and Monday, Dec 31 2018.
Elecfreaks's Description of the Joystick:bit v2 for micro:bit
Joystick:bit V2 is a JoyStick based on micro:bit. It contains a 4-direction joystick and 4 undefined buttons as as classic JoyStick. At the same time, with the board buzzer and vibration motor, it also enhance game experience. Joystick:bit V2 can be remote control handle for micro:bit which on compact appearance and comfortable touch.
Vibration feedback for better game experience
Add makecode package, simple for software
Automatically power outage while micro:bit is pulled out
Lead out 7 IO ports of micro:bit board
Appearance & location dimension
Function module introduction
Connect X & Y of joystick to P1 & P2 of micro:bit.
The buzzer is a passive buzzer which is connect to P0 of micro:bit.
The vibration motor is connect to P16 of micro:bit.
The four buttons C&D&E&F are respectively connect to P12&P13&P14&P15 of micro:bit.
7 GVS ports
It contains 7 GVS extension ports which could be soldered pin head and master more extension possibilities.
Let's do it
Install two 3A batteries to game:bit and insert the micro:bit.
Add game:bit package
Go ahead makecode and add new project, click on Extensions.
Search joystickbit and add joystick:bit package.
Make your code. Ever once you press buttons of your joystick:bit, it comes about vibration feedback with buttons sign showing.
You also could directly download program visit website as below:
When download is finished, turn on the power switch and you will hear system sound.
Push button C, the game:bit will vibrate once. Push button D, the game:bit will vibrate once. Push button E, the game:bit will vibrate once. Push button F, the game:bit will vibrate once.
1 x Joystick:bit 2 for micro:bit
- joystick:bit v2