LoRabee RN2483 and the Seeeduino Stalker v3

Hi all,

I’ve been following the sodaq site for a while now and i have a Sodaq Autonomo with the LoRaBee RN2483. Now i bought a Seeeduino Stalker V3 (with lipo and solarpower). On the Bee i connected the RN2483 but it does not recognize Serial1.

I also bought a grove shield and some grove sensors. Also i bought the Grove XBee connector. Is it possible to connect it with that if the onboard Bee doesnt work?

could someone help me get a working config with the Seeeduino Stalker V3?



As far as I can see the Seeeduino Stalker V3 is based on the ATmega 328p which only has a single UART (labelled Serial). The SODAQ AVR boards (except the Moja) are all based on the ATmega 1284p which has two UARTs (labelled Serial and Serial1).

You will need to modify any code you have to use Serial instead. There will be a conflict with any debug output which you would normally send to PC console over Serial.

So i need to change Serial1 to Serial and not use the serial monitor?

Yeah that should be most of the changes you need to make.


I tried to change everythign and i added a oled display to see the device response. It still says that the device does not respond. I think i’m using the wrong beePin. Any ideas :smile:?

As far as I am aware the LoRaBee RN2483 only uses the VCC, GND, RX & TX pins of the Bee socket.

You check the solder jumpers on the board to ensure that the Bee socket is powered and the RX/TX pins are correctly connected.


It looks the same:

Stalker: http://www.seeedstudio.com/wiki/images/6/69/Seeeduino_Stalker_v3.0_Sceme_3.PNG
Lorabee: http://forum.sodaq.com/uploads/default/original/1X/508f268d4c438a72c9e27cced0dfc6f6318dd73b.png

I will check it out further.