Data-logging made simple with Arduino

Alessandro PaganelliJanuary 23rd, 2013

One of the best capabilities provided by Arduino regards its very high modularity, which helps users to quickly translate ideas into physical artifact, as practically demonstrated by Mauro, which shows on his blog how to build a simple data-logger by properly combining different shields. By using few additional components (mainly resistors and buttons) a fully-functional data logger can be easily implemented.

More information can be found here.

[Via: Mauro Alfieri's blog]

2 Responses to “Data-logging made simple with Arduino”

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  2. Paul Furley Says:

    I can see this being quite disruptive to companies who rely on charging a fee for customisation – Arduino makes it so easy to create a bespoke datalogger, I imagine they’re worried! Anyone know of any serious commercial dataloggers / sensor modules out there which are based on Arduino?

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