After building a few projects I'd like to start working with SD-cards.
2 GB will be huge for now, if a smaller one works better, it could be great as well
whatever its capacity. (I hope it's still available though
I wonder which SD(HC)cards have been most successful in combination with an
arduino so far since I get the impression some can be quite difficult/impossible to work with.
Advice on which card's best for arduino is greatly appreciated.
Besides a weather-station data-logger I'm building a 5x5x5-led cube at the moment.
Being able to read the patterns from SD would be great, but to prevent flickering
I'll probably need to read a block of data as fast as possible.
Reading speed will probably differ depending on card and reading method used. Reading at
at max speed of most card-specs may also never be possible with an arduino. But, how fast (~)
might I be able to read blocks of 512 bytes if I'd find a good card/way of reading it ?
Thanks in advance, best wishes.