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What time is it? You tell me! We make tons of clocks here at LucidTronix... We often use the DS1307 Chip to keep track of the time. We love thinking of new and inventive ways to display the passage of time. For example check out our color clock.
A wearable real-time clock with vibrant color display....
Connecting the MCP79410 real-time clock chip and our Heart Matrix you can show the time with love....
Use the Wearable Wayfinder and the MCP79410 Real time clock chip to make an Arduino alarm clock....
The MCP79410 breakout board gives easy access to this cute little timekeeper....
Build your own clock with the MCP79410 chip and 4 7-Segment LED modules....
The Wearable Wayfinder is a totally programmable, beautiful little computer for your wrist packed wit...
Standalone programmable Heart-Shaped LED display....

Parts

Title Description Cost Link Picture
PCB Wearable Wayfinder PCB holds a DS1307 rtc clock and TFT LCD Screen $9.95 Link Pcb_front_naked
Clock IC RTC DS1307 Serial 512K 8-SOIC I²C, 2-Wire Serial Leap Year, NVSRAM, Square Wave Output Value: 4.5 V ~ 5.5 V $3.53 Link 8-soic_751
Real Time Clocks DS1307 SMD Real time clock chip DS1307 surface mount, needs oscillator and 2.2k resistors. Value: I²C, 2-Wire Serial $3.53 Link 8-soic_751
PCB DS1307 Breakout Board Breakout board for the DS1307 Real time clock chip. Uses I2C protocol. $4.5 Link Ds1307_breakout_pcb
Clock MCP79410 Real-Time Clock Chip I²C, 2-Wire Serial 1.8 V ~ 5.5 V Alarm, Leap Year, Square Wave Output, SRAM, Unique ID Value: I²C $1.08 Link 8-soic

Assets

MCP79410 Arduino Library

Download the library here! Unzip it and move it into your Arduino libraries folder. Quit Arduino and restart and then check out the example code under File > Examples > MCP79410 > mcl_79410_serial
Click Here to Download: MCP79410 Arduino Library
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