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Arduino Data Logger Shield for Boards Compatible

Arduino Data Logger Shield for Boards Compatible

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  • This is Data Logger Shield for Boards Compatible with Arduino
  • The interface of the SD card works with cards formatted FAT16 or FAT32. 3.3 V level change circuits prevent damage to your SD card
  • Real-Time Clock (RTC) keeps the time going even when the Arduino is not connected.
  • The included libraries and sample code for SD and RTC mean you can go quickly
  • Prototype area for connecting connectors, circuits, or sensors.

Data Logger Shield

The Data Logging Shield of "Deek-Robot" is supplied with an RTC (DS1307) and thus has an extra compartment for a button cell. The SD Card Slot is designed for Micro SD Card. Onboard 3.3V regulator is both a reliable reference voltage and also reliably works SD cards that require a lot of power to run.

Package Includes:

  • 1 x Data Logger Shield


Shield Type 

Data Logger Shield 


5 x 4 x 3cms 


15 grams

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1. How to use Arduino data logger shield?

To use an Arduino data logger shield, follow these steps:

  1. Connect the data logger shield to your Arduino board. This typically involves plugging the shield into the top of the Arduino board, aligning the pins on the shield with the corresponding pins on the Arduino.
  2. Insert an SD card into the SD card slot on the data logger shield. The SD card will be used to store the data collected by the shield.
  3. Connect any sensors or other devices that you want to log data from to the appropriate connectors on the data logger shield. For example, if you want to log temperature data, you might connect a temperature sensor to one of the analog input pins on the shield.
  4. Write a program for the Arduino that reads data from the sensors or devices connected to the data logger shield and writes the data to the SD card. You can use the Arduino IDE and programming language to write the program.
  5. Upload the program to the Arduino board and start collecting data. The data logger shield will read data from the sensors and write it to the SD card at regular intervals, depending on the program you wrote.
  6. After collecting data, remove the SD card from the shield and transfer the data to a computer for analysis using a card reader or adapter.

2. What is a data logger shield?

An extension board called a data logger shield can be attached to an Arduino microcontroller to enable data logging. The shield includes an SD card interface that works with FAT16 or FAT32 formatted cards and 3.3v level shifter circuitry to protect the SD card. Additional features may include a real-time clock module and a prototype board for wiring sensor terminals or other modifications. The data logger shield uses several pins on the Arduino, including analog and digital pins. Various data logger shields are available, including the Adafruit Data Logger Shield.