Part of the series littleBits Wire Bits.
The inverter is an example of a logic Bit. It sends out the opposite of whatever it receives: send it an on signal, and the inverter changes it to an off signal, or vice versa. Would you like a button that turns things off instead of on? Try the inverter.
How it Works
The inverter sends out the opposite of whatever it receives: send it an ON signal, and the inverter changes it to an OFF signal, or vice versa. Anytime the inverter receives a signal lower than 50% power (2.5 volts) the inverter sends full power (5 volts) to the next Bit in the circuit. If the inverter receives a signal greater than 2.5 volts, the inverter sends 0 volts to the next Bit in the circuit.
|Product Type||Technology, Maths & Science Equipment,|
|Year Level||Year 3, Year 4, Year 5, Year 6, Year 7, Year 8,|
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