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PCB a Week 19: SD Card Breakout for breadboards

Posted on Thursday, August 1st, 2013 in PCBs, project logs by DP

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Mats continues his challenge of designing one PCB every week.  In week 19  he came up with breakout board for micro SD cards:

This weeks PAW is just a breakout board for micro SD cards. There’s a number of boards like this on the market already, but they are kinda expensive and I like doing my own stuff, so here it is… :-)
The board have a LDO that supplies the SD card with 3.3 volts and there are proper level shifters on the board so it can connect to 5 volt devices. I’ve added a LED that will light up whenever a card is inserted and it will also double as a power indicator.

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One Response to “PCB a Week 19: SD Card Breakout for breadboards”

  1. Vick says:

    Any give away contest for this ? Would like to have them Haha :)

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