MicroSD module for Arduino is a small shield that you can connect to your Arduino board, once the shield is connected, you add SD flash memory to Arduino.
The SD socket is connected to SPI port.
With this module you can store a big amount of information (2Gb microSD card is included).
MicroSD Module Tutorial
Library developed by David Cuartielles (Arduino team)
Arduino Mega Connection: documentation and library.
See also the microSD tutorial of our friend Jeremy Blum.
Download the Fritzing library to include in your electronic designs here
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