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I have the Adafruit data logging shield and am planning to connect it to my (yet to receive) Arduino Due. My question is whether this is possible since the Due runs at 3.3V and the data logger is made for 5V boards?

Furthermore, I am currently using the Data Logger with the Mega using the Megalogger.pde sketch that was written by fat16lib. I guess I can use the same sketch on the Due?

Any help would be greatly appreciated!

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No, the Adafruit Datalogger shield was designed before the IOREF was added.  It actually uses 3.3v onboard but only to the SD card.  It uses 5v interfacing for the Arduino pins.


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