Connect a microSD filesystem to your Arduino without looking up pinouts. This handy MicroSD Breakout Board plugs into your Arduino breadboard project, no jumpers. Or, use it with any microcontroller project for data logging, music file playback, and more.
All taken care of. Run your project on 5V or 3.3V.
You can now choose between a familiar push-push MicroSD Socket or save a little and use my favorite, the flip-lid socket.
Did you know there's no standard layout for breadboard power pins? I found four variations when developing the original eeZeeMicroSD a few years ago. The giant holes on this board may look odd but as a result this MicroSD breakout fits all the common breadboard designs with 2-row power.
So, what do you think? If you're ready to try one, order one now and I'll send it your way as fast as possible.
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Hi, my name is Mike Shimniok, author of the Bot Thoughts robotics blog (www.bot-thoughts.com). I've been building electronic circuits since 1985 and robotics since 2007. I hold a BS in Computer Engineering, from University of Arizona and an MS in Systems Engineering, from The George Washington University.