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      SDLogger - Open Hardware Data Logger
      • SDLogger - Open Hardware Data Logger
      • SDLogger - Open Hardware Data Logger
      • SDLogger - Open Hardware Data Logger
      • SDLogger - Open Hardware Data Logger

      SDLogger - Open Hardware Data Logger

      SKU 105990002
      SDLogger is a simple serial logger based on SparkFun/Nathan Seidle's OpenLog
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      Description
      SDLogger is a simple serial logger based on SparkFun/Nathan Seidle's OpenLog. It is using an ATmega644P processor running at 14.7456MHz and logs to full-size SD cards. It supports both standard SD cards (FAT16) and SDHC cards (FAT32). SDLogger ships with OpenLog firmware 1.61 installed (compiled with SDHC/FAT32 support and large 2048 character input buffer) together with an Arduino-compatible bootloader for easy program update.

      Features
      • 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
      Documents

      Please visit our wiki page for more info about this product. It will be appreciated if  you can help us improve the documents, add more demo code or tutorials. For technical support, please post your questions to ourforum.



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      on Oct 19,2016
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      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

      on Oct 19,2016
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      <p>you can refer to this product:<a href="http://www.seeedstudio.com/depot/125khz-rfid-module-uart-p-171.html?cPath=19_24" rel="nofollow">http://www.seeedstudio.com/dep...</a></p>
      on Oct 20,2016 10:47 AM
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      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

      on Oct 19,2016
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      <p>The page "NewSoftSerial" doesn't exist.</p>
      on Oct 20,2016 10:47 AM
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      <p>Hi Robert for special feature like logging non conventional Baud Rates I recommend you HydraBus with latest firmware, of course the firmware is fully open source and can be customized to your needs</p>
      on Oct 20,2016 10:50 AM
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      Hi Magnus Karlsson,

      Where could I find the hex files for the lastest version of the SD Logger firmware ?

      Thanks.

      on Oct 19,2016
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      <p>The hex code that the board is shipped with is available at <a href="http://github.com/magnuskarlsson/SDLogger/tree/master/OpenLog_v1/Code/main.hex" rel="nofollow">github.com/magnuskarlsson/SDLo...</a> (or main_bl.hex including the bootloader). If you
      on Oct 20,2016 10:43 AM
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      <p>Hi,Mark.the Supply voltage is 5v,3.5v may not.</p>
      on Oct 20,2016 10:44 AM
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      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

      on Oct 19,2016
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      <p>Yes, SDLogger is dropping into a low-power mode by putting the processor to sleep between each received character. It might not be as low current as OpenLog due to the difference in processor. The buffer is automatically flushed after 5 sec of inactivi
      on Oct 20,2016 10:43 AM
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      <p>Sorry, we do not sell both of connectors separately. If you really want a pcs to put it in your project, maybe you could get an JST 2.54mm to 2.0mm Converter Pack, just cut the cable. (<a href="http://www.seeedstudio.com/depot/jst-254mm-to-20mm-convert
      on Oct 20,2016 10:44 AM
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      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

      on Oct 19,2016
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      <p>OpenLog_v3 (version 3.11) has been ported to SDLogger, tested and uploaded to the SDLogger GitHub repository. In order to use this you need to use arduino 1.0 with the SDLogger additions and follow the directions on the OpenLog wiki page on how to upda
      on Oct 20,2016 10:42 AM
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      <p>Hi, thanks for your interest in this product. We only distributor for this product, it work with the most 125k RFID card without special security such as the 125k RFID card we are selling, but we not sure that if it will compatible with HID Prox II car
      on Oct 20,2016 10:43 AM
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      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

      on Oct 19,2016
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      <p>Hi Gerardo. Yes, this board works just like the Sanguino version of Arduino with a limited set of pins available, and it should be fully compatible with the wire library etc. There is an example of reading a digital potentiometer in the wire library. I
      on Oct 20,2016 10:41 AM
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      <p>Sorry, we do not sell 134.2Khz RFID card read at present. While, thanks for you feedback , we appreciate if you would post your idea to our Wish page(<a href="http://www.seeedstudio.com/wish)" rel="nofollow">http://www.seeedstudio.com/wis...</a> , it w
      on Oct 20,2016 10:43 AM
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