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LED Analogue Clock [Project]
posted October 2 2013 4:11.53 by spic0m




This homemade clock uses a PIC16F877 Microcontroller with a 20MHz clock, it also has a DS1307 real time clock with battery backup.
169 x 700mcd diffused white LED's connected in a matrix configuration.
24 hand positions which gives a resolution of 2 to 3 minutes per hand.


[Link: electronicsdiy]
 
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