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Date(s) - 01/17/2017
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
If you’re already familiar with what the Arduino and the Arduino IDE you may want to check this one out. We’ll go over how to use your Arduino microcontroller to get data in and out of SD cards. SD cards are and easy and inexpensive way to add external non-volatile memory to your projects. One common use of this type of arrangement is in data loggers used to collect data over long periods of time.
You need to have at least a basic knowledge of the Arduino and Arduino IDE for this class.
What to Bring:
Bring a laptop. If you have an Arduino microcontroller bring that as well.
We have Arduino Uno compatible boards available if you would like to purchase one at the workshop or reserve one of the seat that come with a board.
If you want to get one of the seats that come with an Arduino or Arduino and Datalogger please reserve your seat before the 10th in order to insure that we can get them in time for the class.
Reservations are closed for this event.