littleBits cloudBit Starter Kit

Code with the cloud, expand power and drive home the essence of STEM education with Internet-connected circuitry.

 

  • -Spark inventive simplicity with smart devices and ingenious solutions 
  • -Design, connect and automate in the IoT with extraordinary precision 
  • -Seize control of creatively crafted circuits from anywhere in the world 
  • -Reimagine and personalize popular smart gadgets with snap-and-go ease
  • -Develop a ground-breaking billion-dollar idea born from artistic tinkering
$99.95
MNF#
680-0003-0000A

The kit includes the awesomely innovative cloudBit plus six of littleBits’ best prototyping modules that let active learners snap the Internet to just about anything. Perfect for hackers, designers, tinkerers and makers of all ages, the cloudBit Starter Kit enables children to connect their entire littleBits library to the Internet and vice versa! Five intro projects get you started and well on your way to inventing customized projects and devices that can help solve your own unique problems, spark community innovation or even link with Web services like Facebook, Google and Twitter! Or, try controlling your home thermostat from anywhere using littleBits and the power of the IoT.

MNF# 680-0003-0000A
EAN 0 810876 020497
Manufacturer littleBits
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The cloudBit (the central piece of the cloudBit Starter Kit) is a tiny, single-board computer that runs Linux and connects to the littleBits cloud. The cloudBit sends samples of the voltage to the littleBits cloud on the input bitSnap and the cloud instructs the cloudBit where to set the voltage on its output bitSnap. Users can even set up access points for the cloudBit to communicate with the littleBits cloud. Once connected, the littleBits cloud can instruct the cloudBit to output any voltage between 0V and 5V or any interval of time between 0 and 32 seconds. The cloudBit’s embedded Linux system is based around a Freescale i.MX23 ARM926EJ-S processor and uses an 802.1 1b/g/n USB adapter for networking, the Freescale’s on-chip ADC and DAC for the input and output pins and the GPIO pins for the setup button and the status LED.

 

Kit Components

 

  • -USB Power Module 
  • -Long LED Module 
  • -Button Module 
  • -Servo Module 
  • -Sound Trigger Module 
  • -cloudBit Module 
  • -Mounting Board 
  • -USB Power Adapter and Cable 
  • -Project Book