by Keith Packard

An open-hardware Python microcontroller for LEGO®


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Product Choices



One Snekboard and one 3.7 V, 900 mAh LiPo battery.


Snekboard Cable Set

Four motor cables and four GPIO cables (pins to bare wires).


Snekboard Sensor Kit

Two QTR-MD-01A reflectance sensors and two GP2Y0A41SK0F distance sensors. All four sensors are Snekboard-ready with cables pre-soldered. Provides everything you need to follow along with existing Snekboard tutorials.


Keith Packard

Free Software / Free Hardware developer doing robotics instruction, amateur rocketry and RISC-V processor design.

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