Pinebook SDIO gpio control using SD card slot blog post
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This is a really cool idea, thanks for sharing.

The last post people are talking about issues with the current solution - I want to start a little opensource project designing a breakout for this, I can label all the pins and incorporate whatever else would be useful, LEDs, sensors, headers, etc...

Seeed can manufacture PCBs that are 0.6mm & 0.8mm, I believe a post above said they must not be thicker than 0.75mm, but the height of a uSD card is ~1mm - would the 0.6mm or 0.8mm be best?


I can also send out some free board for people. They'll be dirt cheep.

Let me know if anyone is interested in helping out (feedback, suggestions, etc...) we can set up a time on the IRC

~wlkr
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RE: Pinebook SDIO gpio control using SD card slot blog post - by machinehum - 08-23-2017, 06:01 PM

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