The bargraph shows you how much signal the Bit is receiving with a display of 5 light-emitting diodes (LEDs) in different colors. Try it with a dimmer to make your own adjustable lamp.

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The bargraph Bit shows you how much signal the Bit is receiving with a display of five light-emitting diodes (LEDs) that can be illuminated in different colors. Try it with a dimmer Bit to make your own adjustable lamp.

Real World Applications:

  • Battery Charge Display
Users
Ages 8
Grades 3+
Sizes
Height .5
Width 5.0
Length 8.0
Weight
0.04 kg / 0.08 lbs
Model No.
650-0109
UPC
859477003782

 

 

 

The bargraph Bit uses five LEDs to turn electricity into light. Each LED needs a certain amount of signal in order to light up. As you increase the signal sent to the bargraph, more LEDs will shine.

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MEET THE BIT

Description:

The bargraph Bit shows you how much signal the Bit is receiving with a display of five light-emitting diodes (LEDs) that can be illuminated in different colors. Try it with a dimmer Bit to make your own adjustable lamp.

Real World Applications:

Battery Charge Display

PRODUCT SPECS

Users
Ages 8
Grades 3+
Sizes
Height .5
Width 5.0
Length 8.0
Weight
0.04 kg / 0.08 lbs
Model No.
650-0109
UPC
859477003782

 

 

 

HOW IT WORKS

The bargraph Bit uses five LEDs to turn electricity into light. Each LED needs a certain amount of signal in order to light up. As you increase the signal sent to the bargraph, more LEDs will shine.

COMMUNITY INVENTIONS

GET INSPIRED

Find more than a thousand invention ideas and then share what you invent on littleBits Classroom. Here are just a few:

Capsule Machine

KITS WITH THE BIT

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