Is there any news when we get buy one? Are there any European distributors stocking it?
It's in stock in the Netherlands now.http://www.pieterfloris.nl/shop/category.php?id_category=45
BTW, Paul, the pagehttp://www.pjrc.com/store/teensy3.htmlisn't navigable from the pjrc.com home page, you have to go to it directly (I picked up the link from the KS page).
#define FILE_SIZE_MB 10#define FILE_SIZE (1000000UL*FILE_SIZE_MB)#define BUF_SIZE 8192
Free RAM: 4207Type is FAT16File size 10MBBuffer size 8192 bytesStarting write test. Please wait up to a minuteWrite 1934.99 KB/secMaximum latency: 11333 usec, Minimum Latency: 4144 usec, Avg Latency: 4228 usecStarting read test. Please wait up to a minuteRead 2111.61 KB/secMaximum latency: 4220 usec, Minimum Latency: 3870 usec, Avg Latency: 3877 usec
I recommend using an industrial SD like this one http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=9SIA12K0CT6829
QuoteI recommend using an industrial SD like this one http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=9SIA12K0CT6829I'm curious what the term "industrial SD" means. I gather this is not SDHC, but is there something specific about this particular SD card that makes it better for use with Arduino and sdfat ?
Industrial-grade cards are made to endure severe operating conditions such as high impact, continuous vibration, low and/or high operating temperature. These cards are durable and can last intensive reads/writes. Certain cards are even made to be moisture-resistant. Consumer-grade memory cards are not as durable. For most of the industrial applications which normally require intensive I/O cycles, the consumer-grade cards tend to fail prematurely.reliable storage of 2,000,000 write/erase cycles and 10-year data retention,http://www.psism.com/industrialsd.htm
Consumer-grade memory cards are not as durable.