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Our flagship conductive ink pen is now available alone! Order pens as replacements to use in your Circuit Scribe kits. Draw on any surface a rollerball pen will write on. The Circuit Scribe conductive ink pen can draw 60-200 meters depending on writing surface and speed (60 meters on absorbent surfaces like a napkin, and 200+ meters on photo paper). Photo paper also has other benefits: you can erase ink by scratching a trace away, and you also get the highest conductivity on this surface (
1 Pen Dimensions: .5 x .5 x 6.25 in | .003 lbs
Everything you need to create dynamic and fun paper circuits that light up, sound off, or move! Explore concepts like conductivity, touch-sensitive circuits, timed circuits and more, all in the guided workbook.
Plus, with the included Connector Cables you can connect your paper circuits to an Arduino, Raspberry Pi, or Makey Makey (not included) and start coding. With the Ultra Kit, you can make complex, hand-drawn circuits while still using our accessible Circuit Scribe technology.
The Basic Kit is an entry level kit with a full-size pen, light outputs, and so much more! Explore basic circuit concepts like conductivity and work up to creating two kinds of blinking circuits using both the blinker circuit module and hand-drawn momentary switches.
The Basic Kit comes with an Inventor's Notebook with an overview on how to use the kit and 8 pages of circuit drawing projects. Our Basic Kit Plus contains a workbook with 27 pages of lessons that works through resistance, elements in parallel and series, open circuits and short-circuits, and drawing electrical circuits.
The Super Kit contains a full-size pen and modules that introduce more advanced concepts, including light & sound to take your circuit sketches to the next level!
This electronics kit for students allows you to explore conductivity & touch-sensitive circuits, and to build your understanding of inputs, outputs, and signal processing in your circuits. Additional topics to explore in the guided workbook include light sensing, drawing circuits, timed circuits, piezoelectric materials, and more.