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Mini 7-Segment Clock [Project]
posted February 13 2014 3:38.16 by spic0m




Kevin Rye made this small 7 segment clock as an improvement to one of his older clock projects.

"I managed to make it 10mm smaller than version 1 by swapping out the 28-pin Atmega328 for the SMD version. Although it's that much smaller, I was still able to add an ICP and FTDI header.....
I remember being so pleased with version 1 after I made it. At the time, I didn't think I could make it any smaller, and yet I did!"




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