Here is the wiki page for Both Seeeduino V2.21 Atmega 168P and Seeeduino V2.21 Atmega 328P.
Seeeduino is Arduino compatible board. Its design is based on Diecimila scheme, 100% compatible to its existing program, shield and IDEs. On the hardware part, remarkable changes are taken to improve the flexibility and user experience.
Here is the Seeeduino FAQ, now the version is v2.21, users can list the Frequently Asked Questions here, example as below:
Answer: Seeeduino is a ...
Answer: Select the "Arduino Dueminalove 328" in the Arduino IDE and also make sure the reset switch is set to AUTO for programming.
Answer: This is a non-authoritative (user-submitted) response. The JST connector is connected to a L1117-50 voltage regulator which takes the input voltage down to 5.0 VDC. The L1117 is a LDO (low-drop out) regulator, so it needs a minimum of +1.2 volts over the regulated voltage to operate. In conclusion, you need a minimum of at least 6.2 VDC but more is preferred. The maximum voltage is 15 volts DC for the regulator, however this assumes best-case scenario for the regulator. To be on the safe side with adequate margins on both ends, you should keep the voltage between 7 VDC and 13 VDC.
""Answer:""M_RST_A switch , turn on 'M' mean when you download the program the board will auto restart , turn on 'A' will not auto restart ,default to turn on 'M'
|Seeeduino V0.9||Initial public release|
||Dec 16, 2010|
||Jan 12, 2011|
||Jan 1, 2012|
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