MicroSD Breakout With Level Shifter Hookup Guide

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Resources and Going Further

Now that you know how to add more storage to your Arduino projects, it's time to get out there and create something amazing. Need some inspiration? Check out these other SparkFun tutorials.

  • SD cards are a great way to add more storage to Internet of Things projects. You can add a microSD Shield to a WiFly Shield to serve up larger web pages or hold more data. You can also use the CC3000 Shield, which has a microSD card slot built in.
  • Need more power than your Arduino can provide? Check out the Edison, which also has a microSD card Block to add more storage to larger projects.
  • Logging data is a common use for SD cards. Take your logging project to the next level with the Logomatic.

Or check out any tutorial tagged with logging for inspiration:

MicroSD Shield and SD Breakout Hookup Guide

Adding external storage in the form of an SD or microSD card can be a great addition to any project. Learn how in this hookup guide for the microSD shield and SD breakout boards.

Photon Remote Water Level Sensor

Learn how to build a remote water level sensor for a water storage tank and how to automate a pump based off the readings!

Logging Data to Google Sheets with the Tessel 2

This project covers how to log data to Google Sheets two ways: using IFTTT with a web connection or a USB pen drive and "sneakernet" without.

SparkFun gator:log Hookup Guide

The gator:log is a serial communication based data logger. This tutorial will get you started using the gator:log with the micro:bit platform.