Seeed had designed many development boards that can work with Arduino IDE, including below.
- Seeeduino XIAO
- Seeeduino Wio Terminal
- Seeeduino Lotus Cortex-M0+
- Seeeduino LoRaWAN/GPS
- Seeeduino Cortex M0
The board mentioned above is the AT SAMD21 Microcontroller series. Please copy the below url to Additional Boards Manager URLs in the step2 .
- Seeeduino V3/4
- Seeeduino Lotus
- Seeeduino Stalker 2.3/3/3.1
- Seeeduino Lite
- Seeeduino Mega
- Seeeduino Mega Protoshield Kit
- Seeeduino GPRS
- Seeeduino Ethernet
- Seeeduino Cloud
- Seeeduino Nano
- Seeeduino Crypto (ATmega4809 ECC608)
- LinkIt ONE
- RePhone Series
The board mentioned above from Seeeduino V3 to RePhone Series isn’t the AT SAMD21 Microcontroller series. Please copy the below url to Additional Boards Manager URLs in the step2.
There are a few steps to be followed to get these boards working.
You need an Arduino IDE of version 1.6.4 or later, please download one if there’s no Arduino IDE on your computer.
Open your Arduino IDE, click on File > Preferences, and copy the below url to Additional Boards Manager URLs
Click on Tools > Board > Board Manager.
Now you can search the board by name, if you need to use
LinkIt ONE, then search
LinkIt; and if you need to use
RePhone Series, just tap
RePhone. In this post, we will use
Seeeduino Stalker V3 as an example.
Click Seeeduino Stalker V3, then an Install button will appear. Click on the Install button to finish the step. This process can take between five minutes to half an hour, depending on the speed of your network.
After Step 3 was successful, a board named Seeeduino Stalker V3 will show up in the boards list.
Click on Tools > Board, Seeeduino Stalker V3 is available now.