Do you want to make a logger with Arduino? Are you out of memory for your new project? Arduino Logger Shield gathers all the pieces to make your own logger without having to use another Shield. It has the same features of the Arduino uSD Shield, has a microSD connector, an input LED, a reset button, and a 13x12 mesh with 0.1” of separation for through-hole component mounting.
What makes this Shield unique is that it has a Real Time Clock (RTC) built in, giving Arduino the ability to log date and time, even when it’s not connected to a power source, thanks to the 12mm coin cell holder. With this you can create a file in the microSD card and save events or values associated with a date and time.
The Arduino Logger Shield uses the 8, 11, 12, 13 digital pins; 4 and 5 analog pins, and the Reset signal, so you have to verify compatibility with other Shields before using.
We recommend 6 and 8 header pins, which are specially designed for Arduino.
Note: You may be interested in our card Access Control Shield.