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Anatomy of the Hummingbird Robotics Kit

Use this printable student notebook and activity sheet to learn more about the Hummingbird Bit hardware

Hummingbird Bit Controller
Components What Does It Do? Plug It In Icon
Outputs
Single Color LED

Single Color LED

Program the brightness of the light

Color: + (Positive)
Black: - (Ground)

Tri-Color LED

Tri-Color LED

Program the color of the light

Red: R (Red)
Green: G (Green)
Blue: B (Blue)
Black: - (Ground)

Position Servo

Position Servo

Program the angle of the motor from 0° to 180°

White: S (Signal)
Red: + (Positive)
Black: - (Ground)

Rotation Servo

Rotation Servo

Program the speed of rotation

White: S (Signal)
Red: + (Positive)
Black: - (Ground)

Buzzer

Buzzer

Program different musical tones

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Inputs
Distance Sensor

Distance Sensor

Measure the distance to the closest object

Yellow: S (Signal)
Red: + (Positive)
Black: - (Ground)

Light Sensor

Light Sensor

Measure the light around the robot

Yellow: S (Signal)
Red: + (Positive)
Black: - (Ground)

Dial Sensor

Dial Sensor

Measure how much the knob is turned

Yellow: S (Signal)
Red: + (Positive)
Black: - (Ground)

Sound Sensor

Sound Sensor

Measure the sound around the robot

Yellow: S (Signal)
Red: + (Positive)
Black: - (Ground)

Compass

Compass

Measure magnetic field strength

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Accelerometer

Accelerometer

Measure the robot's position in space

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A/B Button

A/B Button

Use buttons to get input

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Radio

Radio

Send and receive messages

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