Feather M4 Adalogger is Pretty in Pink ….

Pink

We’ve been meaning to do a little revision of our favorite Feather M4 – all the things we’ve learned to love in the last few years! From our RP2040 we’re borrowing the built-in STEMMA QT I2C port and 8MB QSPI flash. From the STM32 Feather, the bottom SD card slot. From our upcoming ESP32-S2 Feather, lower power usage by putting the I2C/SD/NeoPixel on disable-able power. We still like our original Feather M4 but who doesn’t love a glow-up? Gonna try this new PCB in pink 🙂 It also comes with USB-C.

We are thinking of doing a RP2040 Adalogger as well, with an SD card, but only if a bunch of ya’ll want it, so make some noise if so 🙂

We have a rainbow of colors for our PCBs coming out soon, stay tuned!


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8 Comments

  1. Yes please, love the pink!!!

  2. Well that looks fun! I recently bought an rp2040 feather and ada logger feather wing for a very similar purpose: it was a good price, USB c, Stemma QT port, and definitely enough power to let me log whatever I want without having to go back to Arduino from CircuitPython.

  3. I will come up with a project as an excuse to buy this just because it is pink… please do more colorful boards!

  4. Love the pink PCB! As an SD card? Oh yes please!

  5. Love this! Was just on your site today to see if an M4 version of the Adalogger had been released. Have tons of miles on the M0 version and looking forward to the added umph and memory. Can’t wait to place an order. And LOVE the pink!

  6. DON PREFONTAINE

    Yes, a new datalogger, please!

  7. NOISE!
    Feather M4 Adalogger is Pretty in Pink ….
    Pink

    We’ve been meaning to do a little revision of our favorite Feather M4 – all the things we’ve learned to love in the last few years! From our RP2040 we’re borrowing the built-in STEMMA QT I2C port and 8MB QSPI flash. From the STM32 Feather, the bottom SD card slot. From our upcoming ESP32-S2 Feather, lower power usage by putting the I2C/SD/NeoPixel on disable-able power. We still like our original Feather M4 but who doesn’t love a glow-up? Gonna try this new PCB in pink 🙂 It also comes with USB-C.

    We are thinking of doing a RP2040 Adalogger as well, with an SD card, but only if a bunch of ya’ll want it, so make some noise if so 🙂

  8. Love the PINK !!!
    And all with an M4, 8MB QSPI, SD logger … can’t wait for it to be available. Only catch is I’ll need to use clear cases to admire the beautiful color.

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