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Switching off SD cards for low power data logging

Tuesday, June 6th, 2017

Edward Mallon writes: I saved SD power control to the end of my quest for low power logging, because of all the potential weirdness that could arise with the Arduino libraries. But after a reasonably thorough round of testing it all seems to be working OK with a BJT switching...

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Portable temperature, humidity and light ambient datalogger

Friday, September 2nd, 2016

A battery-powered small datalogger based on a PIC18F2620 microcontroller project from Jesus Echavarria: The idea comes a few months ago, talking with a friend. He needs something to  monitoring temperature and humidity inside a sea container, for a three weeks travel from Spain to China. Low consumption is important, in order...

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Datalogging Accelerometer Data To An SDCard

Wednesday, January 27th, 2016

MindForge built a datalogger project which logs accelerometer values to an SDCard: This project started as an EMG datalogger to study my dad's Parkinson's disease, but after some testing I determined wearing electrodes wasn't practical for the long term datalogging that I wanted to do, the data ended up very...

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