In the Maker Shed: SD card shield for Arduino

In the Maker Shed: SD card shield for Arduino

The SD Card Shield from the Maker Shed is an inexpensive break out board for a standard SD Card. It makes adding mass storage and data logging to your next Arduino project a lot easier. The shield allows you to select either 3.3V or IO port power, allowing for added flexibility depending on you application.

2 thoughts on “In the Maker Shed: SD card shield for Arduino

  1. Webmeister says:


    I just tried to write data to the sc card shield with the provides library and example file.
    I always get an error “Fail initializing”.

    For my tests I used an old 128 MB SD card and a newer with 1 GB.

    Do I need to use a special SD Card?

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