Easy to assemble, low-cost microcontoller board with two input and two outputs, ready for your project!
Embedding electronics into textiles is an exciting way to get kids interested in electronics. Unfortunately, the techniques necessary to create a robust project are not trivial. We've created this system which allows you to:
- Easily create and test a working microcontroller circuit with basic inputs and outputs using standard through-hole components and a printed circuit board.
- Snap the pieces apart and easily sew them into a soft circuit project.
- Use the included low profile sewable LEDs to add light to any piece of fabric.
What you get
- 1 - PCB
- 1 - Attiny 8-pin microcontroller
- 1 - 20MM Coin cell holder
- 1 - Pizeo speaker
- 1 - DPDT slide switch
- 1 - 330 Ohm resistor
- 1 - 3mm red LED
- 1 - Photo transistor
- ~10 feet conductive thread
- 1 - needle
- 3 Low Profile Sewable LEDs
- 5 CR2032 Batteries
Both written and video directions can be found in our Knowledge Base