Simple to configure and use
Automatically logs data received on the serial input port
Can be configured using a config file on the SD card
Supports 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400, 57600, 115200 and 230400 serial baud rates at 8-N-1.
Supports both standard SD cards up to 2GB (FAT16) and SDHC cards up to 16GB (FAT32)
Large input buffer (2048 characters)
Full-size SD card form factor
14.7456 MHz crystal oscillator for precise baud rate generation
Input voltage range: 3.3 to 12V
Arduino-compatible bootloader installed for easy program update
Full Arduino environment support - can be used as an inexpensive Arduino board for program development
I/O ports supported in Arduino environment (in addition to the main serial port): 4 analog inputs, second serial port, I2C port
Simple SDLogger original firmware restore procedure using the Arduino environment
SDLogger hardware/firmware designed by Saanlima/Magnus Karlsson and released under CC BY-SA v3 license
Design files, Arduino code and other ported code available on GitHub
|Dimensions||100mm x 60mm x 6.5mm|
|SDLogger - Open Hardware Data Logger||1|
I lost my FTDI circuit and I need to complete my project within a week!
I've been told I can use an Arduino UNO to reflash any arduino-based board, just by connecting TX,RX,VCC,GND and RST to a board with detached chip, but I can't get it working bo
As written in the Title i think it would be a nice feature if there where a small RTC clock chip on the Board (for file creation date and time). Also i looked at the code and it seems there is no possibility to log non standard Baud Rates (10400 comes
Hi Magnus Karlsson,
Where could I find the hex files for the lastest version of the SD Logger firmware ?
I'm looking at the Github repository for the SDLogger as well as the sales page. I have two questions:
1. Does my SDLogger drop into a low power mode like an OpenLog running v3.11?
2. Does my SDLogger automatically flush buffers after 1/2 seco
hi, i just purchased this & it's been great so far. I'm looking to use this on a very low power application. So far what i've seen is the unit runs @ about 8mA without really doing anything. I've read that Sparkfun's openlog had similar results until t
I need to build some small and low power consumption data loggers.
I have to log data from a couple of I2C sensors (LSM3030DLH from Sparkfun and a Pressure sensor) and from an analog sensor (low sample rate).
Furthermore I have to time stamp each
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