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Here at Seeed, we also offer various Arduino boards like the Nano, MKR1000, Mega, Micro, Pro Mini and many more! Not to mention, we also have our own line of compatible boards called Seeeduino that is very cost-effective.
In order to be compatible with our Grove system, we have released many shields for Arduino or Seeeduino which includes Grove interface to connect the boards and Grove modules easily without jump wires. For different users, we also provide kits for different needs. You may need some accessories like wires or cases as well, you can find them in our Accessories catalog.
We also provide a lot of useful guides for Arduino to help you get started more easily.
Just got your Arduino UNO but do not know what to do with it? No worries as today, we compiled 20 cool Arduino UNO projects to get you started! These 20 projects are carefully handpicked and are some of our editor’s special personal favorites! Hope you like it.
With this comprehensive Arduino guide, you will learn all about the Arduino from:
- Introduction to Arduino – What is it?
- What can the Arduino do?
- Why use the Arduino?
- What is the difference between an Arduino and a Single Board Computer?
- About the Arduino
- Arduino Hardware
- Arduino Board
- Arduino Sensors and Shields
- Arduino Software
- Arduino Hardware
- Types of Arduino
- Getting started with the Arduino – What do you need?
- Other helpful resources
Through this guide, we listed specifications including processor, operating voltage, input voltage, clock speed, digital I/O, PWM, analog inputs, UART, Grove connectors, flash memory and USB connectors for 7 Arduino official boards and 13 Seeeduino boards. Hope this guide will help you quickly compare different Arduino boards and we will keep updating the guide for sure once we get new products released!
In order to be compatible with our Grove system, we have also released many shields for Arduino or Seeeduino which includes Grove interface to connect the boards and Grove modules easily without jump wires.
The Arduino Nano. It has always been popular for Arduino projects due to its tiny footprint and also reliability which allows it to be integrated into many projects like wearables, mini robots and many more!
This blog will be covering:
- Introduction to Arduino Nano v3
- Seeeduino Nano – Alternative to the Arduino Nano
- 20 Best Arduino Nano Projects that you must try 2019
For more information about Arduino, we also recommend our previous blogs introduced related Arduino basics:
- UART vs I2C vs SPI – Communication Protocols and Uses
- SPI – Introduction to Serial Peripheral Interface
- ATmega328P, the one microcontroller you should start with
- PIR Sensor Introduction and How PIR Motion Sensor works with Arduino and Raspberry Pi
- Introduction to CAN BUS and How to use it with Arduino
- L298 – All about L298 Motor Driver
Please don’t hesitate to let us know what do you want to know more Arduino, stay tuned with our blog updating!