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The power Bit lets you use a 9-volt battery to supply power to all your connected Bits.
Connect a USB cable to your computer or phone charger to start powering your inventions.
The motion trigger is a sensor that detects the slightest movement around it.
The mp3 player allows you to play your very own mp3 files using littleBits.
The pressure sensor is a touch-activated Bit. Give its pad a squeeze to activate it!
The temperature sensor responds to the temperature surrounding its probe.
The light sensor measures how much light is shining on it. It has 2 modes: light & dark.
The microphone Bit translates sound into the electronic language of littleBits.
The oscillator creates audio tones that can be manipulated with its pitch nob and tune dial.
The bend sensor turns on as you flex the long strip.
This Bit lets you connect to up to eight outputs and control them in sequential patterns.
The remote trigger lets you use a common remote control with your Bits.
The slide dimmer is an analog input. Adjust it by moving its lever from side to side.
You've used a button before! This is a clicker, tact switch, etc...
The sound trigger sends an ON signal when the noise gets over a certain level.
The timeout Bit is a settable timer.
The dimmer Bit lets you control your creations with a simple knob.
The micro sequencer sends out voltages based on the position of each of the four knobs.
The pulse Bit is like an electronic heartbeat. It sends out a stream of short ON signals.
The Keyboard features 13 switches that make an octave of notes so you can play melodies.
Think of the threshold as a toll booth for signal passing through your circuit.
The toggle switch is perfect for those inventions where you want a sturdy on-off switch.
The filter affects a note's timbre by changing the relative volume of certain frequencies.
This Bit has a little lever with a wheel, and activates when something pushes the roller in.
The mix Bit allows you to combine two inputs and send them to a single output.
This Bit has two modes: “noise” (white noise) and “random voltage” that controls oscillators.
The envelope modifies the loudness contour of a sound.
The littleBits delay Bit takes incoming audio and repeats it, like an echo.
The slide switch is a small and convenient way to turn your creations on and off.
Turn everyday objects into touchpads, or control your computer's cursor with this Bit.
The easiest way to create internet connected devices. Snap the internet to anything!
Easily incorporate programming into your inventions with Arduino.
The wireless transmitter Bit sends a signal to your wireless receiver.
The wireless receiver Bit receives a signal from your wireless transmitter.
The wire does just what it sounds like: it allows you to put more space between two Bits.
Send and receive MIDI messages with the MIDI Bit.
Integrate your littleBits circuits with other analog synthesizers.
The USB I/O Bit allows you to record digital audio directly into your computer.
The split Bit sends a single input to two wired outputs.
Connect one output to as many as three other Bits to trigger multiple actions at once.
Use the latch to turn any momentary input into an ON/OFF switch, like a toggle!
The branch Bit lets you connect the output of a single Bit to as many as three others.
The proto Bit is what littleBits engineers use to build and prototype new Bits for you.
Inverter is a very contrary logic Bit. It sends out the opposite of whatever it receives.
The perf Bit is an easy way to prototype a circuit for the littleBits collection.
double AND is a logic gate. It sends an ON signal when its two inputs receive an ON signal.
The NAND Bit is a logic gate with two inputs. Think of it as “not and”.
The XOR Bit is a logic gate with two inputs. Think of it as “exclusive or”.
Double OR is a logic gate. The output is active if either of its two inputs is active.
This logic gate sends an ON signal when neither of its two inputs is receiving a signal.
The light blue light wire is about four feet long and can be bent, shaped, sewn or stapled.
The DC motor rotates a shaft when you send it an ON signal. Attach wheels and more!
The number Bit displays information about the signal it’s receiving from other Bits.
If you ever wanted an LED in a tiny little space, the long LED is your bit!
The bright LED (or Light-Emitting Diode) is a small Bit that shines out a big light.
The synth speaker amplifies your sonic explorations.
The fan is just what you'd think: a small electric fan tethered to a Bit.
The servo is a controllable motor that can swing back and forth.
With the vibration motor Bit, you can make anything vibrate and buzz!
Bzzz! The buzzer is like the sound in an alarm clock: it makes a noise you just can't ignore.
The RGB LED Bit is a special light whose color you can adjust.
The bargraph is like an equalizer. Get an instant view of the signal going through.
The IR LED Bit sends out light with longer wavelengths than visible light.
Make certain things glow in the dark with this Bit whose light looks purple to the eye.
The LED (or light-emitting diode) Bit is a very small board that shines a green light.
Bits snap together with magnets for easy, foolproof inventing with electronics.
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