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raddevus24-May-21 2:45
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Over the weekend I was working on building a device I've wanted for a long time (see snapshot)[^]: time / temperature data collector. Mine is Arduino-based (Nano).

First I connected an LCD using I2C.
Next I connected my RTC (realtime clock) module using I2C again.
Finally, I added the SD Card reader/writer module using....tada...SPI (mosi, miso, cs (aka ss) and sck (serial clock)).

Here's my point. Look for an example using ESP32 and sd card module and see if someone has worked this out -- it probably uses SPI.

Here's one I found => ESP32 and microSD card example | ESP32 Learning[^]
Images on that site don't show up on the page, but if you right click and view them they do. Unsure | :~
Hope this helps.
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