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Arduino clock on OLED with DS3231 precision
posted December 8 2014 20:27.12 by Giorgos Lazaridis




OLED displays are soooo cool! Here is a typical clock based on the Arduino Micro and an OLED 128x64 display with the SSD1306 and I2C interface. The DS3231 provides the timebase for extra precision and battery backup. The design uses the Adafruit graphics libraries for the drawings.

Here are some demo videos







Code in this link
Build instructions here

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