Kaloyan RaevReni Stambolieva
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Snap:bit - Infrared (IR) Controlled DC Motor

Use a TV remote control to the micro:bit to turn on and off the DC Motor of Snap Circuits.

IntermediateFull instructions provided1 hour67
Snap:bit - Infrared (IR) Controlled DC Motor

Things used in this project

Hardware components

BBC micro:bit board
BBC micro:bit board
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snap:bit board
snap:bit board
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Snap Circuits ® 300 Experiments
Snap Circuits ® 300 Experiments
2 x Battery Holder (B1), 1 x Slide Switch (S1), 1 x DC Motor (M1), 1 x NPN Transistor (Q2), 1 x 1kΩ Resistor (R2), 4 x 1-Snap Wire, 4 x 2-Snap Wire, 4 x 3-Snap Wire, 2 x 4-Snap Wire
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Snap Circuits® LIGHT
Snap Circuits® LIGHT
1 x Infrared Module (U24)
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Infrared (IR) Remote Control
Any would work.
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Software apps and online services

pxt.microbit.org
micro:bit pxt.microbit.org

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Schematics

Connect Infrared Receiver (U24) and DC Motor (M1) with NPN Transistor (Q2) to Micro:bit

Credits

Kaloyan Raev

Kaloyan Raev

36 projects • 5 followers
I am a software engineer in my day job. I love hacking. I spend half my day repairing my kid's toys. I am the creator of the snap:bit.
Reni Stambolieva

Reni Stambolieva

36 projects • 2 followers
Hi! I'm Irena a mother of two. I am a homeschooling mom and we like to play and learn.

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