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Shannon Hicks
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If you’re trying to use a Zigbee module and a microSD card with an Arduino board, you could buy a bee adapter shield and a memory card shield and stack them all together. If you’re logging data over time, you’ll also want a real-time-clock module to be able to timestamp the data on the memory card. But instead of trying to get 4 separate boards to work together, that’s why we created the Mayfly board. It has the Bee socket, memory card socket, real time clock, and several other handy features that make it super simple to do everything you’re looking for all with one board.