March 20, 2013

Make an inexpensive Arduino serial data logger

 As either an experiment in parsimonious project creation or a bare data logger - this project by Instructables user "RayBurne" fits the bill. They've used the absolute, below-specification application of an ATmega328P-PU with the Arduino bootloader as the heart of the simple device, which simply records incoming data from an RS232 stream and writes it to an SD card. You may damage some parts in the process so take care and heed all the instructions. All the instructions and sketches are included so with some time you can reproduce it yourself. 

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