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How to caculate the needed capacity of the SD card

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mz8e08

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Hi, I gonna interface a microcontroller with SD flash memory card for data log. How to caculate the needed memory capacity?

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I've plan to choose a SD card, and thought the bigger capacity the better. But, will it happen that some of the memory addresses can not be accessed? I chosed the msp430F2274 microcontroller.
 

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The following steps i have taken,

1.We are going to write to a sector record by record
2.First of all u have to know the max record size.
3.If for example, each record has 100 bytes and u want to write 100 records
then 100 x 100 bytes is your required size.
 

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