Things used in this project

Hardware components:
Microbitheart
micro:bit BBC micro:bit board
Hardware
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USB-A to Micro-USB Cable
Use to upload Script for the Step-o-meter with either Bluetooth MS Touch Editor App or a standard Mac or PC.
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2x AAA battery 3v Clip
For Powering the Step-o-meter once hex file is uploaded and is disconnected from the Up-loader where the HEX file is from.
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Software apps and online services:
BBC Micro:bit http://www.microbit.org

Schematics

Hexadecimal File
HEX file to Upload from PC to Hardware Drive (Shown once USB connection is established).
WhKn5cuamwqOENoJ0pKO.hex

Code

Step-Counter.jszHTML
No preview (download only).

Credits

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Jack Cookson

Mental Health User, yes a nut! Hobbies and time spent enjoying the Internet of Things include instructables.com and hackster.io. More ideas just recently.

Contact
Thanks to IET.

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