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Beginning Arduino by Michael McRoberts

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Project 42 – Simple SD Card/Read Write

You will need an SD Card and some way of connecting it to an Arduino. The easiest way is get an SD/MMC Card Breakout Board from various electronics hobbyist suppliers. I used one from Sparkfun.

Parts Required

SD Card & Breakout* images
3 × 3.3K ohm Resistors images
3 × 1.8K ohm Resistors images
*image courtesy of Sparkfun

The resistors are to create a voltage divider and to drop the 5v logic levels down to 3.3v. ...

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