Flash Memory TinyShield Tutorial

by TinyCircuits Staff January 23, 2017

Flash Memory TinyShield Tutorial

This TinyShield lets you add robust, lightning-fast storage memory to your TinyDuino. Built around the Winbond W25Q80DV, this board is a simple way to store settings, logs, or any other data your project needs to keep through power cycles.

The Flash Memory TinyShield is low power and works through the I2C interface. It has 1 MB of storage and is byte addressable. 

Click here for the zip file from our Github, open it in the Arduino IDE, and upload it. Thanks to Marzogh for providing the SPIFlash library we use in this snippet.

If this is your first time using a TinyDuino, please see this tutorial for setup of your TinyDuino and the Arduino IDE.



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