This data logger lets you save data to files on any FAT16- or FAT32-formatted SD card easily from an Arduino, which can then be read by most plotting, spreadsheet, or analysis programs.
Adafruit’s Data Logging Shield for Arduino makes it easy to save data to files on any FAT16- or FAT32-formatted SD card in a way that can be read later by most plotting, spreadsheet, or analysis programs. The included real time clock (RTC) timestamps all your data with the current time, so that you know precisely what happened when.
For documentation and resources to help you use the data logger, see the tutorial on Adafruit’s site.
For Arduino-compatible boards with integrated microSD support, consider the microSD configurations of our A-Star 32U4 Primes.
The shield ships with all of its surface-mount parts populated. However, soldering is required for assembly of the included 0.1″ male headers. If you plan on stacking multiple shields, we recommend our stackable 0.1″ female header set for Arduino shields. The shield also ships with a coin cell battery for use as a backup RTC power source.
An Arduino and SD card are not included.
Note: This product is Adafruit product ID 1141.
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