microSD breakout board
uSD cards is quite thin a 0.8mm laminate should be just fine (uSD cards is 1mm at it thickest place). A regular card is 11mm by 15mm, so a printout should be 11mm wide where the card get wider after the cuts on the side.
Start counting from the cut corner.
|4||VDD||Controlled by PD02 / pin 154|
8 strand 50mil pitch ribbon wire soldered to 50mil breakout board and a 100mil pin head (unused wires hanging in air).
|microsd.lbr||Eagle library with uSD card connector||CC BY-SA||2010-09-02 14:11|
|ribbon.lbr||Eagle library with 50mil(1.27mm) pitch ribbon connector||CC BY-SA|
|breakout.sch||Eagle scematics for breakout board||CC BY-SA||2010-09-02 14:11|
|breakout.brd||Eagle board layout for breakout board||CC BY-SA||2010-09-02 14:11|
|breakout_50mil.sch||Eagle scematics for breakout board with 50mil pads||CC BY-SA||2011-01-27|
|breakout_50mil.brd||Eagle board layout for breakout board with 50mil pads||CC BY-SA||2011-01-27|
|50-100mil.sch||Eagle scematics for 50mil to 100mil board||CC BY-SA|
|50-100mil.brd||Eagle layout for 50mil to 100mil board||CC BY-SA|
KiCad library with uSD foot print, and more (by Werner Almesberger).
uSD pcb with LEDs, and software to controll them (by Werner Almesberger).
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