Xadow SD moduleDesigned by Whatnick INC, Ships from Australia
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What is it? The Xadow SD board allows use of upto 32GB SDHC cards and is compatible with the SDFat and SD libraries. The Xadow SD can be powered by 3.3V. And it is compatible with Xadow system. Why...Read More…
The Xadow SD board allows use of upto 32GB SDHC cards and is compatible with the SDFat and SD libraries. The Xadow SD can be powered by 3.3V. And it is compatible with Xadow system.
The pre-existing Xadow - Storage module offer only 64K of storage in EEPROM, an opportunity to make something new.
SD card shields are easily available in the standard arduino ecosystem, but none exists for the FFC cable based Xadow form factor. So I took an SD shield design and shrunk it down to the Xadow size. It is now available on the Seeed Wiki as Xadow - SD component.
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Whatnick INC is an Energy analytics company for all electricity consumers across the world to help reduce their power costs at an affordable price point using user friendly products & analysis. I also build bespoke analog-digital hybrid systems to analyse other real world signals particularly music.