The Kitronik Breadboard Breakout for the BBC micro:bit lets you plug a BBC micro:bit into a standard 2.54mm pitch breadboard. Two 11-pin headers are used to make connections into the breadboard. Works with micro:bit v1, v2, CLUE, HiFive Inventor, and other boards with the same edge connector.
The micro:bit slots into the familiar edge connector on the top side of the PCB. No extra tools are required for installation. The front of the BBC micro:bit (the side with the LEDs 😉 should be inserted facing the same side as the 3V pin.
The PCB is designed to plug across the middle slot of a breadboard, the same placement as an IC component. It’s a very slim and compact arrangement.
micro:bit’s pins are broken out to 2×11 header pins
Use jumper wires to connect from the header pins to the rest of your circuitry
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