microSD Card with Adapter - 16GB (Class 10)

This is a class 10 16GB microSD memory card, perfect for housing operating systems for single board computers and a multitude of other information. Since this is a class 10 microSD it is capable of transferring data at speeds up to 45MB/s allowing it to have a noticeable increase in performance while running an on-board OS.

Each microSD card comes with its own SD adapter for better ease of access. Additionally this microSD card is perfect when used with the Raspberry Pi 3, as its boot card.

  • 16GB MicroSD card
  • MicroSD Adapter
  • Class 10 (up to 45MB/s read-write)
  • 16GB Storage

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  • Member #186566 / about 6 years ago / 1

    I was following the hookup guide for the Arduino CAN shield and it linked me to the retired 8GB card. Will this 10GB card work the same as the retired 8GB card with the Arduino CAN shield? Are there any hardware or software incompatibility with the 10GB card and CAN shield being it was different size and speed? Thanks, J

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Delivered in good time and performed as expected

I am using this for the OS on my Raspberry pi plus. I was able to copy the os onto it and it performed seamlessly.

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Your stuff rocks!

Recently, my neighbor has been putting together a project that we can deploy in homes where the occupants are gone for extended lengths of time to monitor the temperature. We use these SD cards in Raspberry Pi 3's along with RHT-03's to sense temperature. I get updates every fifteen minutes with an alert any time the temperature drops below 50 degrees. We love being able to pick up our purchases locally at the SparkFun World Headquarters.

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Don't know

Haven't used it yet

Fast, rugged easy to use.

The assembly of the micro SD chip into the SD adapter is a good fit, the memory card connects to the computer quickly and read/write speed is good.

Works as designed.