Seeeduino Stalker v3
  • Seeeduino Stalker v3

Seeeduino Stalker v3

SKU 102010017
  • Arduino compatible
  • On-board Real Time Clock chip
  • MicroSD card socket
  • Lipo Battery Charger
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    Seeeduino Stalker v3 is an Arduino compatible main board which has various functions. It's an X-Bee carrier board while using with X-Bee modules, such as GPS Bee, Bluetooth Bee and Wifi Bee, etc. It's a charger for Lipo while plugging a solar panel onto the board. Also, you can get time from the inside RTC chip, and all data can be easily stored through the SD card. In a word, Seeeduino Stalker v3 has an independent ecological system and it's good for applications in outdoor environment.


    •     • Arduino compatible, based on Seeeduino

    •     • Onboard microcontroller: ATmega328P

    •     • Onboard Real Time Clock chip with a supercap as a backup power source

    •     • Serial interface with DTR for auto reset during programming when operating in standalone mode. (For programming, UartSBee must be bought separately)

    •     • MicroSD card socket

    •     • I2C Pin header (operation voltage is selectable: 5.0V or 3.3V)

    •     • User defined LED

    •     • Bee series socket - 2*10 pin 2.0mm pitch (which will mate with - one at a time - any of the wireless modules: XBee, BluetoothBee, GPSBee or RFBee.)

    •     • Please note that The IO Ports work in 0~3.3v level only.


    Please visit our wiki page for more info about this product. It will be appreciated if you can help us improve the documents, add more demo code or tutorials. For technical support, please post your questions to our forum.

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    Questions and Answers
    hello. I need to replace the Lithium battery on my V3 board. Has anyone done this? The battery seems to be soldered and I wanted to ask if that's the case and therefore how to do the change. Thanks!
    on Jun 13,2017
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    Hello, yes you can replace the battery on the board. 

    Any 3.0~3.7V battery will work.


    on Jun 13,2017 14:24 PM
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    Thanks AE

    But the current setup is soldered, so it seems that the battery won't simply slip out to be replaced!


    on Jun 13,2017 23:06 PM
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    Yes, you need a soldering iron to replace it.Thanks.
    on Jun 15,2017 09:32 AM
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