Our most popular chip just got better.
    8x larger program memory, 2x more RAM, up to 32MHz operation
    Up to 4 parallel tasks and supports infrared, serial and i2c
    Small but perfectly formed!

  • PICAXE-20X2 Microbot

    Follow a line, seek a light, draw a pen trace, bump off obstacles.
    Your choice.
    A high performance PICAXE-20X2 robot kit that you can easily reconfigure with just a screwdriver.

  • OLED is the new LCD

    Brighter, better viewing angle, lower current.
    Once you have seen an OLED you will never look back.

    And now affordable, with our new 18M2 powered 'Serial OLED' kit.

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  • What is PICAXE?

    The complete guide to everything you want to know about PICAXE.

    What is PICAXE?
  • Getting Started

    How to get going with the PICAXE system. It's easier than you may think!

    Getting Started
  • Software Downloads

    Windows, Linux or Mac? BASIC or flowchart? Our PICAXE software options explained.

    Software Downloads
  • PICAXE Chip Sizes

    Which size PICAXE chip - 8, 14, 18, 20, 28 or 40 pin - is right for you?

    PICAXE Chip Sizes

What did you make with PICAXE?

Rocker-Bogie Rover

Rocker-Bogie Rover

Submitted by: pippofjk

Rocker-Bogie Rover is a radio frequency controlled robot, that uses the famous Rocker-bogie suspension system developed by JPL NASA for exploration rovers (l...

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  • Flowcharting Software

    The Logicator software is one of the most common software applications found within school Technology departments.

    Logicator for PICAXE
  • Maker Faire NY 2012

    PICAXE are sponsoring 4 'make a robot' hands-on sessions at Maker Faire New York 2012.

    Maker Faire NY 2012
  • Low cost take home kits

    These low cost projects enable students to 'design and build and take home' a complete microcontroller project.

    Project Kits
  • Classroom Resources

    Systems for teaching about 'systems and control' with microcontrollers in the classroom.

    Classroom Resources