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This project is extension to the previous tutorial which explains how to interface the SD card with an LPC1768. Here we will program to log the temperature reading from a LM35 sensor to a text file periodically. The ARM Cortex M3 runs on 3.3V power supply with a built in crystal frequency of 16 MHz. A 32GB SDSC card from Transcend is used in this particular project, but the code will work with most of the SD cards. The SD card is formatted with FAT32. The ultimate aim of this project is to create a file in the FAT32 file system of the SD card. For setting up the Environment for the development of ARM cortex M3 is well discussed in this article.

Insert an SD card into the card holder and upload the sketch to your LPC1768. If the sketch is able to write to the SD card OK, it will create a text file called ‘Temperature.txt.

This project explains how to interface the SD card with an LPC1768. The ARM Cortex M3 runs on 3.3V power supply with a built in crystal frequency of 16 MHz. A 32GB SDSC card from Transcend is used in this particular project, but the code will work with most of the SD cards. The SD card is formatted with FAT32. The ultimate aim of this project is to create a file in the FAT32 file system of the SD card. 

The SD card has been formatted as FAT32 before interfacing. The generalized code for the FAT32 is written to interface the SD card. 

This is the article to explain the implementation of Human Interface device(HID) in the USB module of the LPC1768. For setting up the Environment for the development of ARM cortex M3 is well discussed in this article.

The LPC 1768 is ARM Cortex- M3 based Microcontrollers for embedded application features in low power consumption and a high level of integration. The ARM Cortex M3 is designed in a such way to enhance debug features and a higher level of system integration. 

Simple Raspberry Pi Projects. This section of EG Labs brings you some interesting projects based on Raspberry Pi. Explained with the help of circuit diagrams, source codes, and working videos, these Raspberry Pi projects can serve as a good reference for final year electronics engineering projects.
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