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Seeeduino Stalker - Waterproof Solar KitSeeed Studio
Seeeduino Stalker - Waterproof Solar Kit is based on the Seeeduino Stalker v2.3 which is a feature rich Arduino compatible Wireless Sensor Network node and it's modular structure and onboard peripherals makes it convenient to log and time stamp sensor data on a periodic basis. The Seeeduino Stalker is a candidate for all your tracking, monitoring and control projects.The Stalker Kit includes some components which may make your ideas easier.If you want to use it somewhere outside, the Stalker Kit can help you. You can put it in the desert,in the jungle or some other place. It has a plastic waterproof enclosure, so you can even put it in the water if you have some special ideas.
- Seeeduino Stalker v2.3 ×1
- Lithium lon polymer Battery-980mAh ×1
- SanDisk microSD™ Card 2GB ×1
- Mini USB cable 110cm ×1
- UartSBee V4 ×1
- 6 pin cable X1
- Seeeduino Stalker v2 enclosure ×1
- 0.5w Solar Panel 55x70 ×1
- CR2032 Button Cell X1
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