Quarky Technical Specifications

Quarky‘s powerful 3.7V Liion battery support gives it portability and durability. Quarky can be charged using its USB C port and has protections for reverse polarity, overvoltage, and overcurrent. Quarky’s 3.3V ecosystem can supply 1A current to output devices like motors. Quarky has power indication LEDs for charging, low battery, and power.

Power Switch


3.3V Output

LED Indicators

Reverse Polarity Protection

Overcurrent Protection

Overvoltage Protection

Hardware Interface

The Quarky has two tactile switches, five capacitive touch sensors, two infrared sensors, and generalpurpose inputoutput pins that you can use to connect digital and analog sensors. With the Quarky, there‘s no need for messy circuits. Simply connect your sensor to one of the inputoutput pins and you‘re ready to go!

Tactile Switches

5 Capacitive Touch Inputs

IR Sensors

Ultrasonic Sensor

Digital & Analog Pins

Plug and Play Hardware Interface

The Quarky Board has a plug-and-play interface for connecting and controlling direct output devices like DC motors, servo motors, stepper motors, pneumatics, and relays (for low current consuming hardware approx. 1A). This makes it easy to use your device with Quarky by simply plugging it into the Quarky Board and playing with it using the PictoBlox.

2 x DC Motor

2 x Servo Motor

1 x Stepper Motor



LED-Animation fear

Modes of Feedback

Quarky has 35 programmable RGB LEDs in a 7×5 grid that act as a display for creating animations, writing text, and displaying patterns. Additionally, Quarky has a good-quality speaker that can create human-like audio or act like a buzzer.


Programmable RGB LEDs​

Internet of Things

Quarky is an excellent choice for IoT projects because it includes WiFi and Bluetooth compatibility. PictoBlox makes it easy for users to create complex projects using Block Coding and Python Coding



Core Interface

The Quarky has multipurpose input/output pins that can be used for interfacing with any thirdparty sensors. It has 3 digital I/O pins, 3 analog input pins, and 4 PWM pins that are accessible on the top side. SPI, IIC, and TTL interfaces are also available

Digital I/O Pins

Analog Input Pins

PWM Pins