Seeeduino Microcontroller Board Series
We have mentioned about our Seeeduino Microcontroller board series in our last month’s blog when we released the Seeeduino Cortex-M0+.
So here is an updated version of the comparison table between all the Seeeduino boards that we currently have.
So this week, another new member gets added to this family, and that is the Seeeduino Nano.
Why Seeeduino Nano?
The Seeeduino Nano stands out because of it’s compact size (less than a quarter of the size of Seeeduino V4.2/ Arduino UNO) and this is really useful to use in projects that only have a small space to work with. Also, it features an ATmega328P and an 8-bit AVR microcontroller, just like most other Seeeduinos and Arduinos.
The Seeeduino Nano has the same header pinout as the Arduino Nano, including 14 digital I/O (6 PWM) and 8 analog I/O. Also, it provides one I2C Grove connector to connect I2C devices. So if you need to use many I2C devices with this port, you can use our Grove – I2C Hub and connect all your I2C devices together.
Future is already here
When the Seeeduino Cortex-M0+ released last week, it became the first development board by Seeed with a USB Type C interface that can power and transmit data. And we told you many other developments boards will be released in the future with the Type C interface. Well…We kept that promise and here you are…..
As you all know, Arduino Nano is a very famous platform for projects that require smaller space. So, now let’s have a quick comparison between Arduino Nano and Seeeduino Nano.
We thought that one Grove port will not be enough if you want to use many Grove modules at the same time. So we made the Grove Shield for Arduino Nano, which has 8 Grove ports with 3 Digital, 3 Analog, 1 I2C, and 1 UART interfaces.
So now, let’s have a look at the hardware overview of the Seeeduino Nano
GSo that is it for this week’s product release. Hope you all liked our products! Stay tuned for more products that will be releasing in the future!