Nanobit is a micro control board developed by KittenBot, it has all the functions of the BBC Micro:bit except it doesn’t have the LED matrix found on the Micro:bit. Because the LED matrix has been omitted, the pins previously occupied by the matrix can be freely used on the Nanobit.
Despite Nanobit’s small size, it has an array of useful sensors including but not limited to programmable buttons, accelerometer and temperature sensor, ensuring the full comprehensive functionality of the Nanobit. Nanobit and Micro:bit’s similarity extends to the programming platform, like the Micro:bit, Nanobit can be programmed using the Microsoft MakeCode platform.
Nanobit’s form factor is designed to facilitate Makers in designing and building smaller application use cases with full and complete functionality.
Compact yet fully featured, suitable for creating use cases with a small footprint
Supports programming via MakeCode, users already familiar with Micro:bit can pick up immediately
I2C port is prearranged to be compliant with the pinout of OLED modules commonly found on the market
Compatible with existing expansion shields for Arduino Nano
Can be used with Nanobit Shield to bring power functions to the Nanobit
The GPIO pins are Dupont connectors, allowing for easy connection to breadboards or conventional sensors
Nanobit Downloader x1
Dimensions: 18.3 x 75 x 17 mm
Main Controller: nRF51822 ARM Cortex-M0
Input Voltage: 3.7V(Battery)/5V(USB)
Output Voltage: 3.7V/5V
Working Voltage: 3.7V
Onboard Resources: Programmable Buttons x2, Temperature Sensor, Magnetic Sensor, Accelerometer, Wireless 2.4GHz&Bluetooth, I2C Port, Programmable LED(P15)
Programming Platform: Microsoft MakeCode、KittenBlock、Python Editor、Arduino IDE
Dimension on Breadboard: 6x15
Nanobit Detailed Pinout
Please beware of the orientation for the Nanobit Downloader