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Seeeduino Stalker is an extensive Wireless Sensor Network node, with native data logging features and considered modular structure. It could be conveniently used as sensor hub or integrated data collector for monitoring, tracking and etc.



Features:

    * Arduino compatible, based on Seeeduino
    * Native RTC, On board CR2032 battery holder
    * Native micro SD card socket
    * Easy stackable I2C pin header
    * Dual voltage (5V/3.3V) I2C hub
    * Standalone and shield mode
    * User defined button and LED
    * B” series socket (2*10 pin 2.0mm pitch, same as Xbee)
    * Interrupt evoking ready
    * Serial interface with DTR for auto reset during programming

Documents:

    * Datasheet http://www.seeedstudio.com/depot/datasheet/Seeeduino_Stalker.pdf

This product will available in near days, at the price of 35USD.
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do i see right that this thing is mounted on two PCBs??




As for the price: I guess it will ship without Xbee at 35$?
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The picture you saw is a Stalker sitting on a Seeeduino. Works as a shield.

Yes, without the Xbee, the price is 35 USD.

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uhhh.. i got that wrong then. i thought this was an all in one Seeeduino ;0)
Woops ^^
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uhhh.. i got that wrong then. i thought this was an all in one Seeeduino ;0)
Woops ^^
it can:
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* Standalone and shield mode
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Stalker is available in Seeed Studio depot now.

http://www.seeedstudio.com/depot/seeeduino-stalker-p-600.html?cPath=27
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How many and what pins does the Seeeduino Stalker use?
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If there is no USB how do you program it ?
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Like the Arduino pros, lilypads, and bare bones boards that are out there, you program it with an FTDI USB/Serial breakout cable (or equivalent.)
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Thanks! That's exactly what I wanted to hear.  smiley
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It's gd to hear about this smiley
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Hi, Stalkers

A newbie question: how do you connect your Stalker to USB? I've wired a FTDI/USB of Sparkfun to the stalker's FTDI bus (tx->rx, rx->tx: is it ok?), but when loading a sketch, one LED is on, an other is blinking, Sparkfun's txLED blinking, arduino console says "uploading", but nothing else happens!
Where could be the problem?  Should I choose another board from arduino's menu? Which one? Using Arduino21.

Could anyone help, please?
Thanks a lot
Andrais
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