ric355 wrote: ↑
Sat Jan 09, 2021 9:46 am
… It uses a wired connection between the Arduino board and the Pi,… It will log data whenever it and the arduino has power. You must remove the SD card from the Pi to get to the datalogs. …
Well, it appears to be a solution for the "black box" automated background logging I mentioned.
Assuming it is only for occasional data retrieval, manual SD card removal is not a big burden. Please confirm if background Serial3 logging may be simultaneous with Serial1 tuning, TS, MLV, etc?