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Hardware design for BBC micro:bit V2

This repository contains the schematics and bill of materials for the BBC micro:bit V2

Technical documentation for the BBC micro:bit

The main technical documentation for the BBC micro:bit is located at the micro:bit Tech Site. The site will provide your information on how the micro:bit works, a reference-design based on the micro:bit, as well as a detailed overview of the schematic contained in this repository.


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There are three versions of the BBC micro:bit board that have been produced, V1.3, V1.5 and V2. V1.5 was created to address the end-of-life of the micro:bits motion.

  • Schematic and Bill of Materials for the V1.3
  • Schematic and Bill of Materials for V1.5

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The schematic and Bill of Material for the BBC micro:bit V2







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