The number one starting point for using the BASIC Stamp® 2 (either the Board of Ed (BOE) full kit, or the HomeWork Board is needed to use What's a Microcontroller? Over 40 hands-on activities with complete PBASIC 2.5 support. What's a Microcontroller? (WAM) answers the question of how to design customized, intelligent inventions using the BASIC Stamp 2. Activities using motion, light, sound and tactile feedback introduce the user to basic principles in programming, electronics, math and physics. Program circuits for light, sound and motor control. Over 40 hands-on activities including reaction timer game, potentiometer-controlled servo, 7-segment LED light meter, Nokia Cell Phone ringtone player and more. Write and download PBASIC code to a BASIC Stamp® build circuits on the breadboard and implement them with components which include: LED's, 7-Segment display, pushbuttons and a servo.
Key WAM features:
- Most popular starting point for everyone using the Board of Ed (BOE) programming board and BASIC Stamp module
- Program circuits for light, sound and motor control
- Over 40 hands-on activities with complete PBASIC 2.5 support Hours needed to complete: 40Level of difficulty (1-10)