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George_Goodfellow

Hi. Pretty new to the whole Arduino thing. Can an Uno Rev3 board store data which can the be later uploaded onto a computer?

Thank you

dannable

You don't give any information about your 'data', but you might want to look at SD card reader / writer, depending on volume. Easy to use, and you can just plug into the pc to read.
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wvmarle

It also has EEPROM memory built in but that doesn't store much data, it's meant for storing settings and so. Other than that indeed SD card storage.
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srnet

Hi. Pretty new to the whole Arduino thing. Can an Uno Rev3 board store data which can the be later uploaded onto a computer?

Thank you
Yes.
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jremington

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Oct 13, 2017, 08:38 pm Last Edit: Oct 13, 2017, 08:38 pm by jremington
The Sparkfun OpenLog is a cheap, extremely easy to use data logger that produces PC/Mac/smartphone readable files on microSD cards. Just connect it to a serial output and use Serial.print().

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