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Nano Data Logger

The Nano Data Logger is an easy and inexpensive way to start collecting environmental data. It relies on a shield (a PCB which plugs into another PCB) which snaps onto an Arduino Nano. The shield adds a real time clock and microSD card holder to the Arduino microcontroller. When the components are prepared properly, no soldering is required to start saving data from a sensor.

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