The head of Bittle is designed as a clip to hold extensible modules. We compiled a sensor pack with some popular modules, but its contents may change. Thanks to the rich content of the Arduino and Raspberry Pi communities, you can also wire other add-ons.

To use the following sensors:

For NyBoard, you need to upload the firmware in a different mode.

For BiBoard, you can use the serial commands to switch modes.

You can also purchase the following third-party sensors (such as Seeed studio):

The loudness and light level modules can generate analog readings for the corresponding signals and should be connected to the analog Grove socket.

The touch, reflection, and PIR sensors can generate digital 1 or 0 as a switch signal. So, they should be connected to the digital Grove socket. We use the fourth socket with D6 and D7 in the demo code.

The intelligent camera, gesture, and OLED module should be connected to the I2C Grove socket.

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